If you were at the Infirmary the week after Christmas, you may have heard something beautiful classical musical being played on the piano. The musician was a patient’s family member. He said that when his father was in the hospital, he would be here for hours a day and always sit at the piano and… View Full Post
This is what humankindness is all about! Coworkers at CHI St. Vincent Morrilton recently held a fundraiser to help a coworker in need. They were able to write a check for $414 to Angela Cossey, RN, MedSurg. We love seeing coworkers help each other in times of need!
November is a time to reflect on our many blessings. I am especially thankful this Thanksgiving for all people in this ministry. The coworkers, doctors, board members and volunteers each played a role in serving our community for more than 130 years, and I am grateful for each of you. Please watch this short video to… View Full Post
From Sept. 24-30, we will celebrate 130 years since the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and the Sisters of Mercy founded this ministry. While we celebrate our heritage, we remember that this ministry extends beyond the four walls of our hospitals and clinics into the community we serve through programs, such as East Clinic, Conway Interfaith… View Full Post
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Coworker Engagement Survey earlier this year. The results we received were very positive, including the highest coworker engagement score of any market in CHI! If you weren’t able to attend the Coworker Forums in August, you may not have heard all the exciting results from the survey and… View Full Post
We are just about half way through our August OneSpirit Forums for our coworkers across the hospitals and clinics. If you haven’t attended yet, please make plans to do so soon. These forums are a valuable way to share information with and gain feedback from all coworkers. These forums focus on how together we’re improving our… View Full Post
Reducing hospital borne infections is key to keeping our patients safe while they’re in our care. Our entire North facility has taken their “Journey to ZERO” to heart and is celebrating massive patient safety strides! They have had ZERO CLABSIs in the last year and ZERO CAUTIs in the last 10 months! This huge success… View Full Post
Clinical Educators are getting creative to maximize safety efforts at the Infirmary. Rex Genovia is a unit-based educator trying to “Ace” the drug library compliance for the nursing units he supports. He asks coworkers to “pick a card, any card” and then the nurse must demonstrate proper programming of the smart IV pump based on… View Full Post