Rewards

Janie Elliott Recognized as Morrilton Service Hero

Janie Elliott, LPN and PCMH Care Coordinator, was recognized as a Service Heroe in Morrilton for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Janie was nominated by a coworker for love and dedication she shows to her coworkers. “Have you ever had one of those coworkers who you just know you can’t do without? And you know ifView Full Post

Pharmacy Residents Complete Program

Congratulations to Jayme Holland, PharmD, and Darby Ballestero, PharmD, for completing the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program at the Infirmary as well as their Teaching Certificate and Research Certificate Programs at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy.  Post-residency, Dr. Holland will join the Infirmary as a clinical pharmacist. Dr. Ballestero has returnedView Full Post

Mary Bradley Earns Critical Care Pharmacist Certification

Congratulations to Mary Bradley, PharmD BCCCP, a clinical pharmacist and residency preceptor at the Infirmary, on becoming a Board Certified Critical Care Pharmacist.  The purpose of the BCCCP program is to validate that the pharmacist has the advanced knowledge and experience to optimize patient outcomes by: Quickly assessing clinical data and delivering direct patient care to theView Full Post

Monal Patel Earns Infectious Disease Pharmacist Certification

Congratulations to Monal Patel, PharmD BCIDP, a clinical pharmacist and residency preceptor at the Infirmary, on becoming a Board Certified Infectious Diseases Pharmacist. The purpose of the BPS Board Certified Infectious Diseases Pharmacist (BCIDP) program is to validate that the pharmacist has the advanced knowledge and experience to: Use clinical and evidence-driven knowledge to developView Full Post

Congratulations to the 2021 Coworker Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to the coworkers who received the 2021 Coworker Scholarships. This year, $110,500 was awarded to 55 coworkers pursuing higher education. Furthering our education is one way we can improve ourselves. We try to provide encouragement to those wishing to do so, and when possible, provide assistance as well. CHI St. Vincent Nursing Excellence ScholarshipView Full Post

Tricia Kill Recognized with Honey Bee Award

Tricia Kill, a patient tech on 4W at the Infirmary, is the latest recipient of the Honey Bee Award. The award recognizes an outstanding non-licensed nursing care team member (PCT, MHT). Tricia was nominated by a patient’s mother who appreciated the great care she provided her son. The Honey Bee Award is awarded to non-licensed nursingView Full Post