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Auxiliary Celebrates Volunteers During Christmas Luncheon

The Auxiliary recognized volunteers with service pins and awards during its annual Christmas Luncheon. Auxiliary President Betty Pullam announced that the hours volunteers worked in 2018 had a value of $634,570 to the hospital. The Auxiliary also distributed checks to the many hospital initiatives they have raised money for throughout the year, including North Rehab,View Full Post

School Choir Shares Christmas Spirit

As long as it’s not in the middle of October, Christmas carols really help spread the joy of the Christmas season. The Holy Souls Catholic School 6th Grade Choir treated the Infirmary to some of their Christmas spirit with a concert of carols both traditional and contemporary. The children sang a dozen songs to thoseView Full Post

Labor and Delivery Phasing Out at the Infirmary

Our ability to deliver the highest possible quality of care for patients while sustaining the viability of the ministry over time is a significant challenge for CHI St. Vincent and leaders across the healthcare industry. In meeting this challenge, our leadership team, board of directors and physicians spent many months developing a strategic plan thatView Full Post

Volunteer Named President-Elect of State’s Hospital Auxiliary

Congratulations to volunteer Jan Gardner, who was recently named president-elect of the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association. She will serve as president-elect for the next year before assuming her role as president in October 2019. During that time, Jan will travel to the state’s seven districts, championing the auxiliary’s various projects. Those projects include the HelmetView Full Post

Behavioral Health Hosts Coat Drive

Help our patients stay warm throughout the winter. Behavioral Health is hosting a coat drive, continuing now through Dec. 1, at the Infirmary. Items needed include new and gently used coats, hats, gloves and scarves in adult sizes. Donations may be left in the bins located by the east and west elevators on the 8thView Full Post

Changing the Way Doctors Respond in Surgery

The following story was featured in the Fall 2018 issue of the OneSpirit Magazine. Dr. Emad Aboud, director of the Microneurosurgery Laboratory at Arkansas Neuroscience Institute at CHI St. Vincent, is changing the way surgeons from around the globe train for surgery. A brilliant neurosurgeon, Dr. Aboud developed the Aboud Model: The Live Cadaver –View Full Post