At today’s CHI St. Vincent, we offer a blend of tradition and forward thinking. As we focus on our ministry, we are encouraged by our rich spiritual heritage. Many of our nurses call CHI St. Vincent their home and their team family. As we look forward, we have established an empowering environment for CHI St. Vincent nurses where professional development is encouraged and supported.
Nurses at CHI St. Vincent are ever aware of the commitment to Living Our Mission. We underpin our Values in Action through the principles of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. These principles serve as our foundation and power the relationships that help us “… to be a great place to work, a great place to practice medicine and a great place to receive excellent and compassionate care.”
Our relationship-based model of care aligns with the ongoing effort to grow and learn as we build a more diverse body of nursing professionals while celebrating the vast contribution of multigenerational nurses. CHI St. Vincent has a proud history of thriving and surviving in the midst of challenge and change, both known and unanticipated. At CHI St. Vincent, nursing professionals welcome change and embrace the mandate for continuous and bold innovation. Through innovation, we meet the commitment to serve the poor and vulnerable while we grow as professionals. We evidence that commitment each day – through education, practice and professional development.
The nurses of CHI St. Vincent play an integral part in the organization’s constant strive for providing excellent patient care and being an excellent place to work. Nurses who go above and beyond in maintaining St. Vincent’s core values are recognized with DAISY awards. Click here to learn more about the DAISY award and click here to read some of these amazing stories. Furthermore, CHI St. Vincent Nurses use their professional knowledge to drive clinical practice. These passionate nurses are involved in projects such as the Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) Program Certification (Infirmary) and the Journey to ZERO CLABSI initiative (Hot Springs). Read about these achievements and more in the Infirmary Nursing Pride Book and the Hot Springs Nursing Annual Report. Or take a look at our Professional Practice Model.
Infirmary Celebrates Magnet Redesignation
CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, Arkansas’s first hospital to achieve Magnet status, has earned its first redesignation as a Magnet hospital for its continued commitment to nursing excellence and patient care, CHI St. Vincent leaders learned on May 24, 2018.
The announcement by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program follows a rigorous recertification process that included site visits, nurse and patient interviews and public comments. Magnet hospitals are recertified every four years. CHI St. Vincent Infirmary first earned Magnet status in 2013. Learn more.
As we look forward, we have established an empowering environment for CHI St. Vincent nurses where professional development is encouraged and supported. St. Vincent is focused on placing our resources in the most important place possible… at the bedside in support of our patients. RN Residency Program (RNRP) for new graduate RN.
The DAISY Award was established by the DAISY Foundation in memory of J. Patrick Barnes who died at 33 of ITP, an auto-immune disease. The Barnes Family was awestruck by the clinical skills, caring and compassion of the nurses who cared for Patrick, so they created this national award to say thank you to nurses everywhere. Click here to see past recipients.
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