Bonnie Stephens was named Service Hero at Hot Springs for displaying the value of REVERENCE. Some people have the power to touch all those they come in contact with Bonnie “Miss Sunshine” Stephens is such a person. Ever smiling and joyful, she touches the lives of coworkers and patients alike, as evidenced by her patient… View Full Post
Dr. Gregory Whorton was named Service Hero at Hot Springs for displaying the values of COMPASSION and EXCELLENCE. It’s only natural for physicians to develop relationships with their long-term patients. That’s why it’s especially rewarding when they take the time to praise their physician, just as Dr. Whorton’s patient did when submitting his service hero… View Full Post
Coworkers at the Orthopedic clinic in Hot Springs celebrated Joanna Marchese, who recently became a registered nurse. Joanna continued her education while working full-time as an LPN. Those coworkers celebrating Joanna included Nikki Williams (from left), Chris Young, MD, Joanna Marchese, RN, Jared Wilson, PA-C, and Sherry Edwards, CMA.
Officer Pelsynski was named Morrilton Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. During the holidays, Officer Pelsynski volunteered to play Santa in Morrilton’s annual Santa’s Workshop community event. While playing Santa, he visited several patients, and one young patient became so excited to see Santa that it truly touched his heart. In fact, it… View Full Post
Tim Baier, a certified medical assistant in Hot Springs, celebrated with his team at the Orthopedic Clinic on his 30th anniversary with Hot Springs. Tim recalled beginning work on Jan. 13, 1989 at what was then St. Joseph Regional Medical Center as an EMT-A. “The opportunities at Lifemobile EMS brought many challenges as a field… View Full Post
Congratulations to Rhonda Mayfield and Karolyn Thompson, who recently completed the first Leadership Circle for Healthcare offered by the University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton College of Business. Rhonda, director of interventional services in Hot Springs, and Karolyn, market director of rehab services, were among 20 healthcare leaders throughout the state to complete the course, which met monthly… View Full Post
The lab team at the Infirmary was recognized with the Spotlight Award for the love they are showing other departments. During the month of December, shoe boxes, decorated as Christmas gifts, were placed around the lab. When lab team members felt coworkers outside the lab were going above and beyond expectations, they dropped hand-written accounts… View Full Post
North has created a new CHI St. Vincent North Coworker of the Quarter award to further recognize excellence of team members that support their coworkers/teammates, patients and their hospital through their reliability and creativity. Candidates for this award must be a budgeted coworker in good standing that demonstrates excellence by having zero absentees or tardiness… View Full Post