CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs will work to improve access to vital, high quality prenatal care for pregnant women across 11 Southwest Arkansas counties thanks to a $4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services over the next four years. The grant will empower CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs to build upon the current Healthy Mom, Thriving Baby Project by establishing AR MOMS, a network of committed, rural healthcare partners to coordinate a continuum of pregnancy services from pre-conception through postpartum care.
Baptist Health Cardiothoracic Surgery Clinic in Little Rock recently welcomed heart surgeon Karol Mudy, MD.
Mudy, a native of Walbrzych, Poland, received a medical degree from Wroclaw Medical University in Wrocław, Poland. He completed a residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia and a fellowship at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs announced that gastroenterology hospitalist Nathan Voise, DO, has joined the hospital's team of healthcare professionals providing a comprehensive range of gastrointestinal services.
Baptist Health Family Clinic-Conway West recently welcomed Ashley Shuffield, MD, to the clinic’s team of family medicine providers.
Shuffield, a native of Stuttgart, received medical education from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She completed residency training in family medicine at UAMS Northeast in Jonesboro.
Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® and the American Stroke Association’s Heart-Check Mark for Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification.
Comprehensive stroke center certification is the highest level of certification for hospitals with specific abilities to receive and treat the most complex stroke cases, according to The Joint Commission. To qualify, a hospital must provide 24/7 access to the facilities, equipment, and staff necessary to carry out advanced stroke care.
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