News & Notes

Junior Volunteer Program Begins June 25

This summer you will see young people volunteering at the Infirmary and North as part of a five-week Junior Volunteer Program that begins Tuesday, June 25 and ends Friday, July 26. Around 15 qualified young people were selected for the program earlier this month after undergoing a thorough selection process. Each one demonstrated the skills necessaryView Full Post

Jen Perry, Kim Ferguson Promoted in Pharmacy

Congratulations to Jen Perry, Pharm.D., and Kim Ferguson, Pharm.D., who have been promoted in their roles within Pharmacy. Jen will serve as Division Director of Pharmacy Operations for Common Spirit’s Southeast Division, and Kim will be CHI St. Vincent’s pharmacy director. Kim will be responsible for all Pharmacy operations and functions within CHI St. Vincent,View Full Post

Register Now for the Annual Brain Injury Conference

Join us for the 2019 Brain Injury Conference: Management and Treatment Issues on Friday, Aug. 9, from 8am-4:30pm, at the Benton Event Center. This conference is targeted to nurses, therapists, case managers, social workers and other healthcare professionals from throughout Arkansas and surrounding states. The cost is $55 and participants will receive 6 CEUs. ToView Full Post

Sodexo App Shares Cafe Menus & Much More

Sodexo’s app–Bite by Sodexo–allows users to view cafeteria menus from their smartphones. In addition, users can find nutritional information for every item, including calories and allergens, instantly share feedback and sync what they have eaten to a Fitbit device. The app is currently available for the Infirmary, North and Hot Springs. Bite by Sodexo canView Full Post

Spring 2019 OneSpirit Magazine in Mailboxes

The Spring 2019 issue of the OneSpirit Magazine is now available. Flip through the pages of this issue and get inspired by our amazing coworkers. In our cover story, team members share how CHI St. Vincent helped them accomplish their professional goals. This issue also includes a story about coworkers whose little actions make a bigView Full Post