Little Rock

OB/GYN Physicians Plan Move to LRDC Offices

To better serve patients, our three Obstetrics/Gynecology providers in Central Arkansas will move to the Little Rock Diagnostic Clinic in March 2019. Dr. Ananth Ranganathan currently sees patients in the Parkview Building, and Dr. Shelly Gibbs and Dr. Heather Owens see patients at the Women’s Clinic in the Doctors Building. The move will allow all threeView Full Post

The Cafeteria Wants Feedback from You

The cafeteria wants to find out from you how they can improve. A consumer experience survey is being conducted at each of the four hospitals until Friday, March 1. The survey takes less than 10 minutes and asks for feedback on a variety of topics, including quality of food, menu options, hours of service andView Full Post

Best Cellar Hosts Flash Sale

It’s time to shop for a good cause! The Best Cellar will host a Flash Sale on Friday, March 1, 7am-3pm, in the Terrace Room. Coworkers can bring in their clothing donations for the Flash Sale between now and Wednesday, Feb. 27. Items can be dropped off at the Infirmary’s Volunteer Office, Outpatient Therapy orView Full Post

Rhonda Mayfield & Karolyn Thompson Complete Inaugural Healthcare Leadership Course

Congratulations to Rhonda Mayfield and Karolyn Thompson, who recently completed the first Leadership Circle for Healthcare offered by the University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton College of Business. Rhonda, director of interventional services in Hot Springs, and Karolyn, market director of rehab services, were among 20 healthcare leaders throughout the state to complete the course, which met monthlyView Full Post

Whitney Francis Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Whitney Francis, an occupational therapist at the Infirmary, was named a Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION and REVERENCE. Whitney was nominated for the kindness she showed an elderly woman that she witnessed as she was walking to her car after work. The woman was carrying a large trash bag of clothes and wasView Full Post

Mary Heller Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Mary Heller, a speech language pathologist at the Infirmary, was named a Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Mary was nominated for the compassion she showed a young quadriplegic patient. She spent countless hours researching an electronic Augmentative Communication Device for the patient so he could communicate with his family and staff using eye gaze.View Full Post

Meet Your Leaders at Common Grounds Chats

Forums are changing in February. We’re introducing Common Grounds chats–a chance for coworkers to talk with our leaders. These chats will be relaxed and informal. Coworkers can grab a cup of coffee and spend a few minutes getting to know our new leaders or visiting with leaders who have been in their roles for aView Full Post