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Meet Max, the Infirmary’s Newest Coworker

We’re excited to welcome a new employee at the Infirmary! His name is Max, he’s 7-years-old and quite fluffy. Max is a golden retriever born with the gift of recognizing and sharing compassion with those around him. He is a canine therapy specialist certified through Therapeutic Dogs International. He has provided support to many withView Full Post

Infirmary Selects Marcus Hill as Service Hero

Congratulations Marcus Hill, Transport, for being chosen as an Infirmary Service Hero! Marcus was nominated by a coworker for exemplifying the ministry’s core values, including excellence. The coworker said Marcus speaks to patients as he’s transporting them, he makes sure to announce going through doorways and over bumps. Marcus is also known for communicating wellView Full Post

Sonya Ward Named Infirmary Service Hero

Congratulations Sonya Ward, Paramedic, for being recognized as a Service Hero! Sonya was nominated by a coworker for the award. The coworker said on the overnight shift of March 3rd/4th, the Emergency Department experienced challenges that were making it very difficult to deliver excellent care. The fast track area was closed due to staffing issues,View Full Post

Coworkers Invited to Upcoming Town Halls

Infirmary and Morrilton coworkers, mark your calendars for the upcoming coworker Town Halls! Town Halls are a vital avenue of communication between leadership and employees. These hour long sessions will give you a chance to talk with leaders and find out the latest news about our ministry. InfirmaryDate and Times: Wednesday, March 6 at 6:30am,View Full Post

Infirmary “Feel Good Friday” Winners

On Friday, March 1, Dr. Jones recognized the Executive Assistant team as his Feel Good Friday winners! He said he wanted to celebrate them for “keeping the wheels on the bus turning!” Congrats to the Feel Good Friday winners for February! Dr. Jones recognized Clinical Informatics in Safety huddle for all the work they’ve doneView Full Post

Hot Springs, Infirmary, North Earn National Recognition for Organ, Tissue and Eye Donor Awareness

CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, Hot Springs and North have earned national recognition from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for its efforts to engage hospital staff in increasing organ, tissue, and eye donor awareness across the state through the DoNation Campaign. Formerly known as the Workplace PartnershipView Full Post

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