Blood donation is especially important right now. However, hundreds of blood drives have been canceled, resulting in the loss of thousands of blood units. The Arkansas Blood Institute will be at the Infirmary on Thursday, Dec. 3. You can help save a life when you donate. Thursday, Dec. 310am-3pmVincent dePaul Room All donors will receive… View Full Post
Congrats to Kristin Lambert, Pharm.D MS BCCCP BCPS, on becoming a Board Certified Critical Care Pharmacist. The purpose of the BCCCP program is to validate the pharmacist has the advanced knowledge and experience to optimize patient outcomes by: Quickly assessing clinical data and delivering direct patient care to the critically ill and injured patient who… View Full Post
Congrats to Tara Lowery, a clinical pharmacist at the Infirmary, who recently celebrated her 30th anniversary with the pharmacy department. Tara serves our patients with compassion and excellence every day. The team celebrated Tara with lots of sweet treats. Thank you for your continued service to our ministry.
Kashaye Fluker, a patient tech in Geriatric Psych 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). Kashaye was nominated by a coworker for always having a smile on her face and compassion in her heart. The Honey Bee Award… View Full Post
The Infirmary chaplains will honor patients and coworkers who have died during a special observance of All Souls Day on Monday, Nov. 2. The chaplains will offer a three-minute reflection at the beginning of every hour, from 9am to 5pm. There will not be a reflection at noon because of the regularly-scheduled Mass. Coworkers may… View Full Post
Beth Estell was recognized as an Infirmary Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Beth was nominated by a patient’s spouse for the quick care she provided. The patient, who has COPD, was walking from front lobby to the Radiology Department. He did not have portable oxygen and ran out of air walking the… View Full Post
Michaela Meadows, who works in patient access at the Infirmary, was recognized as a Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Michaela was nominated by a coworker for the kindness she showed to a patient who arrived just as Michaela was finishing her shift. The physician had sent the patient to the hospital but… View Full Post
Crystal Gibson, a patient tech in CVICU 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). Crystal was nominated by a patient who thanked her for being attentive and helping to decrease their anxiety about surgery. The Honey Bee Award… View Full Post