Infirmary and North auxiliary members recognized volunteers during their annual Christmas Luncheon. Auxiliary member-at-large Wendy Saer announced that the volunteers worked more than 22,700 hours in 2019. If the hospital had to pay for these hours, it would be worth more than $677,160. The Auxiliary also distributed checks to the many hospital initiatives they have… View Full Post
‘Tis the season for holidays, fun and forums! Make plans to attend one of the upcoming OneSpirit Forums. During the forums, coworkers will learn what’s going on in the Arkansas ministry as well as the latest news from CommonSpirit Health. Morrilton-Cafeteria Sunday, Dec. 1Noon Monday, Dec. 26:15am, 7:15am, 11am, 3:15pm Wednesday, Dec. 4 6:15am, 11am, 2:15pm Thursday, Dec. 56:15am,… View Full Post
Roger Alexander-McKinzie, a nurse on 3 North, received the DAISY Award at North. He was nominated by his coworker for going above and beyond–not only in the care of his patients but also helping his team with their shift. Roger spent a lot of time with his coworker’s very worried patient and was able to… View Full Post
Ronnie Ripple was named a Service Hero for displaying the values of COMPASSION. Ronnie, a nurse at North, was nominated by his coworkers for the kindness he showed a patient going through a difficult time. Ronnie was caring for a young man who had many challenges and little support from family and friends. Ronnie noticed… View Full Post
You can save a life when you donate blood during North’s upcoming blood drive, sponsored by the Arkansas Blood Institute. Wednesday, Nov. 69am-2pmNorth’s Admin. Conference Room All donors will receive a FREE Hog Wild Tshirt. Walk-ins are welcome or visit arkbi.org to schedule your appointment.
Congratulations to volunteer Jan Gardner, who was recently elected president of the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association. During the past year as president-elect, Jan has traveled to the state’s seven districts, championing the auxiliary’s various projects. Those projects include the Helmet Emergency Labeling Program (HELP) and Look Before You Lock, which reminds caregivers of the dangers… View Full Post
Kari Epperson was recognized as a Service Hero at North for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Kari was nominated for her efforts to advocate for patients and their families. During National Brain Cancer Awareness Month in May, she designed and sold “Go-Grey” T-shirts. She engaged all areas of the hospital and sought support for staff… View Full Post
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