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Joe Sparks Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Joe Sparks was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Joe was nominated by a patient for the care he provided, even printing a coloring page out for the patient’s son. Dr. Sparks was excellent and hit the nail on the head with no long and drawn outView Full Post

Mary Thomason Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Mary Thomason, RN, was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Mary was working the morning of Wednesday, July 31 when a sprinkler head on the 7th floor malfunctioned. Her critical thinking and quick action led her to create a dam with blankets, diverting the water to theView Full Post

New Pharmacy Residents Join Infirmary

The pharmacy department at the Infirmary has welcomed two new pharmacist residents, Jenny Belz, PharmD, and Barrett Carter, PharmD. Jenny received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Arkansas before earning her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Barrett received his Bachelor of Science DegreeView Full Post

Randy Harden Celebrates 40th Anniversary with CHI St. Vincent

Congratulations to Randy Harden, who recently celebrated his 40th anniversary with CHI St. Vincent. Randy, a staff pharmacist at the Infirmary, began work at Doctor’s Hospital in June 1979. During his service, Randy has helped care for many patients, including psychiatric populations as well as labor and delivery.

Sign Up Now for Pack Shack Parties

Pack Shack parties are returning! The Values in Action team will host Pack Shack party to pack thousands of meals for neighbors in need. Coworkers will be able to volunteer for 30 minutes – 1 hour time slots on these dates: Infirmary/NorthTuesday, July 30, 11am-2pmTerrace Room Hot SpringsThursday, Aug. 1, 11am-2pm Mercy / McAuley RoomView Full Post

Latest Group of Patient Care Techs Graduate

Congratulations to our new Patient Care Technicians. The PCT program allows interested individuals an opportunity to enter healthcare without a certification or degree requirement. During the course, students learned medical terminology and how to take vital signs. The new hires also meet the demand for more PCTs at the bedside. In the spirit of growingView Full Post