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Congratulations are due for 16 individuals associated with St. Bernards and nine departments, services and pograms recognized in this year’s Jonesboro Occasions Readers’ Choice Awards.
Fourteen of the recognitions involved people and programs that were outright “Winners,” taking the top spot in reader polling. And 11 others were “finalists” in the voting.
Dr. Devi G. Nair, cardiologist
Dr. Angela Curry, obstetrician/gynecologist
Dr. Jeremy Swymn, orthopedic... Continue Reading
Dr. Kasey Holder, vice president for medical affairs at St. Bernards, has been recognized as a member of the 2017 Class of Arkansas Business’s 40 Under 40.
She and 39 other individuals from throughout Arkansas were honored at a luncheon in Little Rock hosted by Arkansas Business. She is a native Arkansan who grew up in Northeast Arkansas and now plays a key role in improving the health of residents through the eastern part of the state.
A graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Dr. Holder has spent time in private practice, has served... Continue Reading
The 2017 Triple Swing, a weekend-long fundraiser for the St. Bernards Foundation, will include a dinner dance and two different golf classics. Dates for the annual events are June 24-26.
Activities of the three-day long event will begin on Saturday, June 24 with a New York City-themed casual dinner dance at 6 p.m. at St. Bernards Auditorium. Entertainment will be provided by The Soul Shockers.
Those purchasing tickets for the fun evening will be eligible for a variety of giveaways and will have opportunity to make purchases at both live and silent auctions. Guests will be... Continue Reading
Dr. Don Howard, intensivist at St. Bernards, was recognized recently by the American Data Network Patient Safety Organization with an inaugural ”Good Catch Award.”
He was one of two outstanding Arkansas clinicians whose attention to detail in ensuring patient safety was recognized by Little Rock-based ADNPSO, a federally designated patient safety organization.
The Good Catch campaign helps foster a growing culture of safety by encouraging the recognition and reporting of potential risk and is based on the belief that a near miss or close call reported today can prevent an error from happening... Continue Reading
Drs. Roger and Connie Hill were recognized as recipients of the Dr. Willie C. Young Serving the Mission Volunteer Award at this year’s St. Bernards Medical Group Health & Fitness Expo.
The award is given to individuals who give selflessly of their time to make this community a better place to live. This marked the first time the award went to two people.
The Hills have played pivotal roles in ensuring that residents of this region receive the very best in heartcare services. Roger is a cardiologist who moved to Jonesboro after earning... Continue Reading