CHI St. Vincent will host celebrations in honor of national Certified Nurses Day, which honors nurses who contribute to improved patient outcomes through national board certification. Hot Springs:Monday, March 167:30-8:30amDublin RoomBreakfast items will be served. Infirmary:Tuesday, March 175:30-8:30amTerrace RoomEnjoy breakfast, photo opportunities and prize drawings. North:Tuesday, March 1712:15-1:30pmAdmin. Conference RoomLunch will be provided.
The Infirmary will host a smoothie bar and omelet station for coworkers as a thanks for their hard work. Smoothies will be served by Tropical Smoothie Cafe:Thursday, March 12, 1-3pmSaturday, March 14, 9-11am An omelet station will be open for coworkers:Saturday, March 14, 10pm-midnight All the events will be in the Terrace Room.
Alyssa Huber, a diet tech at the Infirmary, was named a Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Alyssa was nominated by a patient who was especially grateful for the care she received. The patient said her medication often made her confused, and she was unclear what she should eat because of her dietary… View Full Post
Walden University is offering 10 scholarships to employees of Catholic Health Initiatives who enroll in a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree program. Coworkers must start classes between Jan. 1, 2020 and June 30, 2020. A total of 10 scholarships will be awarded for the following programs: Up to $11,000 for bachelor’s degree programs Up to… View Full Post
Jackie Cotton, a supervisor in the Emergency Department at the Infirmary, was named a Service Hero for displaying the values of REVERENCE and COMPASSION. On a very cold night, a homeless man came to the Infirmary’s Emergency Department because he had been beaten up. He brought his dog and her three puppies in a shopping… View Full Post
Congratulations to Sarah Gaines, a nurse-patient care coordinator in Morrilton, who was named to the Arkansas STEMI Advisory Council. Sarah was appointed as a non-PCI hospital representative for the Central Arkansas Region. Her term continues through Dec. 31, 2022. The Arkansas STEMI Advisory Council is responsible for determining the current status, defining gaps in care… View Full Post
Trish Nicholas was recognized as a Service Hero at Hot Springs for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Trish was nominated by the team at Arkansas Organ Recovery Agency. The mission of ARORA is to restore lives, and to do that, they work closely with their hospital partners. During one recent event, Trish helped when minutes mattered.… View Full Post
Lisa Sanders, a patient tech in the Infirmary’s PACU, was named the recipient of the Honey Bee Award. The new monthly award recognizes an outstanding non-licensed nursing care team member (PCT, MHT). Lisa was nominated by a coworker who praised the care she provides patients and the support she offers her team members. “She constantly… View Full Post