To promote the Value of the Quarter, compassion, each facility will be hosting The Pack Shack in a Feed the Funnel party to pack thousands of meals for neighbors in need. Meals packed at Feed the Funnel parties are donated free of charge to local organizations, such as food banks and food pantries, for them to distribute… View Full Post
Why Spirituality of Work Matters Since the design and inception of Catholic Health Initiatives an explicit effort has been made to develop a culture “grounded in spirituality.” Early on, the four core values of our organization (reverence, integrity, compassion and excellence) were identified through a grass-roots process, as the hallmarks of this lived spirituality along… View Full Post
The value of the quarter is COMPASSION, and the Values in Action team is asking you to join them in showing compassion to our communities. Donations will be collected at each department beginning April 30 and then dropped off during Coworker Appreciation Week on the dates/locations below: Infirmary: May 10, from 11am-1pm, in the Terrace Room… View Full Post
The Mission of Catholic Health Initiatives is more than an assignment or a set of goals—it’s an expression of love. To learn more about how you play a significant role in our Mission, watch the Mission wellness webinars “Our Sacred Work” and “Our Spirituality Expressed” on InsideCHI well-being pages and earn a wellness incentive for… View Full Post
Our coworkers participated in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church on Monday, Jan. 15. Dr. Morris Kelley, along with nurses from the Heart Institute and Community Outreach, offered health screenings to participants and provided information on various health topics. CHI St. Vincent promotional items were given away,… View Full Post
In 2005 Fr. Leo Reidmueller began the process of creating grave sites for babies born too soon for viability (20 weeks gestation). He indicated that he would be willing to designate an area in Calvary Cemetery for these babies, upon approval from their parents, regardless of the family’s religious denomination. In 2006, Fr. Eric Pohlmeier,… View Full Post
The Patient Care Shared Governance Team recently held its annual Happy Birthday Baby Jesus event. To celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, a birthday party is held during the team’s December meeting. Department members from North and Infirmary donated baby items, which were provided to the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Central Arkansas.