Little Rock

City Director Joan Adcock Recognized as Service Hero

Little Rock City Director Joan Adcock was recognized as a Service Hero for her efforts to bring the COVID-19 vaccines to residents of southwest Little Rock. Joan, the longest serving city director in Little Rock’s history, has been a strong advocate for all residents of Little Rock, especially those in the southwest area of theView Full Post

Mary Musolf Recognized with Honey Bee Award

Mary Musolf, a patient tech on 3NW at the Infirmary, is the latest recipient of the Honey Bee Award. The award recognizes an outstanding non-licensed nursing care team member (PCT, MHT). Mary was nominated by a patient who praised the care she received from Mary throughout her hospitalization. “She was a true blessing from God. She wentView Full Post

Erica Reyes Recognized with Infirmary DAISY Award

Erica Reyes, RN, a Patient Care Coordinator on the Cardiovascular Unit at the Infirmary, was recognized with a DAISY Award for the attention to detail she showed to a recent patient. Erica was nominated by the wife of a patient who had began experiencing pain after undergoing a mitral valve replacement about a month earlier. AfterView Full Post

Infirmary Gospel Choir Looking for Members

Did you know the Infirmary once had its own Gospel Choir made up entirely of coworkers? The chaplaincy team at the Infirmary is planning to form this popular group once again with our coworkers. The choir would perform at coworker events and possibly some community events. If you are interested in joining the choir, click here.

Lalia Byrd Recognized with Honey Bee Award

Lalia Byrd, a patient tech on 4East at the Infirmary, is the latest recipient of the Honey Bee Award. The award recognizes an outstanding non-licensed nursing care team member (PCT, MHT). Lalia was nominated by a patient’s wife who praised the care she has provided during their frequent hospital stays. “She demonstrates such kindness and compassion.View Full Post