Morrilton coworkers continue to work together to help a team member fighting cancer. Coworkers hosted a fundraiser and wore shirts that were sold to support Dorothy Jeffers as she battles breast cancer. In July, Morrilton team members raised $1,900 for Dorothy and presented the check to her before her surgery.
Congratulations to Robin Dunlap, Nurse Director at Morrilton, who received a $13,000 scholarship from Walden University’s Masters Health Care Administration Program. Robin is one of only 10 people in the country to receive the scholarship. Morrilton coworkers celebrated Robin’s achievement with cake and balloons. Robin was also the recipient of a CHI St. Vincent coworker… View Full Post
COVID-19 has dominated our lives since it arrived in our community in March. And while we are continuing to care for patients during these difficult circumstances, we want to share some of the work going on at all four of our hospitals. Each week, the presidents of each of our hospitals will provide an update… View Full Post
Morrilton coworkers joined together to raise $1,900 for Dorothy Jeffers as she battles breast cancer. Coworkers presented Dorothy with the check the day before her surgery. Dorothy said she was appreciative of the financial support and especially touched by the love and kind words of support.
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 care… View Full Post
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 purchased… View Full Post
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.