News & Notes

Pulse Survey Shows Positive Engagement

The results are in from November’s coworker engagement pulse survey—and the numbers are positive! More than 26,300 CHI coworkers completed the November survey, 43 percent of all those eligible. At CHI St. Vincent, our engagement score was 4.25 (out of 5), compared to 4.06 across all of CHI—that’s a 10 percent increase in the nationalView Full Post

Morrilton Helps Spread Holiday Joy

Morrilton came together in this holiday season to help families in need. They collected and distributed Thanksgiving baskets to needy families in the area. They also helped 11 families with food, meat boxes, desserts and gifts for the children at Christmas time as part of the Angel Tree program. And, on December 10, they hostedView Full Post

5 Things to Know About the CommonSpirit Health Name

Last month, we learned that CommonSpirit Health will be the name for the new ministry that’s being created with Dignity Health. A powerful combination of “common good” and “Holy Spirit,” CommonSpirit Health will represent our new national non-profit, Catholic health ministry that’s dedicated to creating healthier communities. The new ministry, scheduled to be completed by the endView Full Post

Hot Springs Hosts Annual Pancakes with Santa

Hot Springs hosted their 3rd Annual Pancakes with Santa event on Saturday, December 8th. It was an opportunity for families and coworkers to have a pancake breakfast and get pictures made with the jolly ole elf himself. Approximately 140 were treated to breakfast, crafts, cookie decorating station, and of course pictures with Santa.  The event isView Full Post

School Choir Shares Christmas Spirit

As long as it’s not in the middle of October, Christmas carols really help spread the joy of the Christmas season. The Holy Souls Catholic School 6th Grade Choir treated the Infirmary to some of their Christmas spirit with a concert of carols both traditional and contemporary. The children sang a dozen songs to thoseView Full Post