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Service First nomination deadline June 30

Now’s the time to recognize a team member who has made a memorable impression on you, other colleagues or a patient! Baptist’s Service First program provides an easy way to recognize team members who consistently exhibit Baptist’s values. Nominating …

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The survey that listens

When Sherry Mannon, RN, OCN, quality manager for Baptist Cancer Center and Beacon credentialed trainer, took the interdepartmental survey last year, she felt like many people in large organizations do. She took it with little confidence that anything …

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Keep summer travel safe

The only thing hotter than the summer sun is summer travel. As families and friends take to the road, it’s an ideal time for scam artists and thieves to target homes, luggage and your money. By planning ahead …

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NEA Baptist only Arkansas hospital to win awards

NEA Baptist is the only hospital in Arkansas to receive both the Outstanding Patient Experience Award and the Patient Safety Excellence Award from Healthgrades, the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals across the country. …

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Four Baptist hospitals get “As” for patient safety

Baptist Golden Triangle, Baptist Union County, Baptist North Mississippi and Baptist Union City all earned “As” for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group. Baptist Golden Triangle is the only hospital in Mississippi that’s earned straight “As” every year since 2012. …

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Required HealthStream training starts July 1

The mandatory HealthStream computer-based training for all Baptist team members will begin on July 1, and the deadline to complete the training is Aug. 31. Before July, it’s a good time to dust off your password and try …

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Baptist lung doctors and research drawing global attention

Under the direction of Dr. Raymond Osarogiagbon, the Baptist Multidisciplinary Thoracic Oncology program and the Thoracic Oncology Research Group have quietly garnered national and international recognition for innovation in lung cancer care, research models, and population-based improvement in …

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