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 Director… View Full Post
The Emergency Department at Morrilton collected Christmas Gifts for two foster children with the Department of Human Services. Dinosaurs, clothes, shoes, complete make up kit, lip gloss, make up bag, toboggan/gloves, games, and a lot more toys were collected by the ER staff.
Congratulations to Shawna Andrews and Delores Hartman, who were honored at the 2019 Conway County Emergency Services Banquet. Shawna, an RN in the Emergency Department, received the ER Professional Award of the Year, and Delores, a volunteer and member of the Morrilton Auxiliary, was named Volunteer of the Year. The annual banquet honors those who… View Full Post
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 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
The cafeteria wants to find out from you how they can improve. A consumer experience survey is being conducted at each of the four hospitals until Friday, March 1. The survey takes less than 10 minutes and asks for feedback on a variety of topics, including quality of food, menu options, hours of service and… View Full Post
Forums are changing in February. We’re introducing Common Grounds chats–a chance for coworkers to talk with our leaders. These chats will be relaxed and informal. Coworkers can grab a cup of coffee and spend a few minutes getting to know our new leaders or visiting with leaders who have been in their roles for a… View Full Post
Coworkers from the Morrilton and Conway Primary Care clinics hosted a holiday party for the Southern Christian Home in Morrilton, which cares for children in foster care or who are orphaned. The 24 children who attended the party ranged in age from 18 months to 17 years old. Dr. Keith Lipsmeyer and his band played Christmas… View Full Post