Congratulations to Beverly Honeycutt who recently celebrated 45 years with CHI St. Vincent. To mark the milestone, the staff, physicians and management team presented Beverly with a service plaque signed by her team. Beverly was hired on June 25, 1975 as a HIM Tech. Since then, she has served as a lead medical transcriptionist and… 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.
The Infirmary’s CVICU, CVSD and Heart teams recently completed their annual competency training. During the week-long training, team members from these units received additional education on the latest updates on the high tech equipment, including ECMO machines, used to serve our patients and the community. The Heart team has more ECMO machines than any other… View Full Post
Wouldn’t it be great to have work news and resources in the palm of your hand without digging through emails or logging into your computer? Introducing connect – our new employee mobile app. connect delivers important CHI St. Vincent and CommonSpirit Health information in an easy-to-access, easy-to-read format. connect is best accessed through a mobile… View Full Post
After over 50 years of collective dedicated and compassionate service, Dr. Joseph Cenac, Hot Springs pediatrician (28 years) and Dr. Mark Floyd, Hot Springs Family Medicine (23 years) are retiring. Our ministry is incredibly grateful for these two caring and compassionate physicians and for their tireless dedication to serving the people of Hot Springs and… View Full Post
Volunteers from across the country are showing their appreciation for our healthcare heroes. Lockdown Letters was started by students as a way to show appreciation to frontline workers who are dedicating their time and energy to support our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Volunteers write letters of appreciation and encouragement to frontline workers. To date,… View Full Post
Our coworkers have once again answered the call to help community members in need. During the recent Cards & Cans drive, coworkers donated canned goods and other nonperishable items as well as gift cards to area grocery stores. Donations from the Infirmary and North were given to the Arkansas Foodbank; Hot Springs sent donations to… View Full Post
Like many people, the members of Mercy Church in Little Rock felt led to help when COVID-19 arrived in our community. When Pastor Terrance Long saw a Facebook post from a friend who is a nurse at the Infirmary, it sparked an idea. He contacted Robin Milner, a patient care coordinator at the Infirmary, and… View Full Post