Morrilton

Sarah Gaines Named to STEMI Advisory Council

Congratulations to Sarah Gaines, a nurse-patient care coordinator in Morrilton, who was named to the Arkansas STEMI Advisory Council. Sarah was appointed as a non-PCI hospital representative for the Central Arkansas Region. Her term continues through Dec. 31, 2022. The Arkansas STEMI Advisory Council is responsible for determining the current status, defining gaps in careView Full Post

Morrilton ED Team Named Service Heroes

Morrilton’s Emergency Department team members were named Service Heroes for displaying the value of COMPASSION. A homeless man came into the ED, looking for help. He was very dirty, and his clothes were soiled. The ED team immediately stepped in. Becki Ellis and Sarah Gaines gave him a shower. Jackie Loyd and Hope Hartman purchasedView Full Post

Brion Simmons Named Service Hero in Morrilton

Chaplain Brion Simmons was named a Service Hero in Morrilton for displaying the values of EXCELLENCE and COMPASSION. Brion was recognized for the care he provided patients and ED staff during a multi-car accident. Brion, second from left, is pictured with Bubba Arnold, Morrilton President; Robin Dunlap, Nurse Manager; and Michael W. Millard, Market DirectorView Full Post

Dr. Owens Named Service Hero at Morrilton

Dr. Joel Owens, a physician in the Emergency Department, was named a Service Hero in Morrilton for displaying our core values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. Dr. Owens was nominated by his patients, who appreciate his caring, thorough and professional care.

Celebrate Our Volunteers April 7-13

Celebrate National Volunteer Week by thanking the many volunteers who help our ministry operate. In 2018, the hours volunteers donated had a value of more than $634,500. Campuses will host events throughout the week to say thank you to volunteers. The Infirmary will provide food and gifts on Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12,View Full Post