Hot Springs Patient Care Team Supports Local Non-profit

Hot Springs coworkers collected items for Change Point, a local non-profit that strives to help women with crisis pregnancies.

As part of our healing ministry, the Patient Care Governing Congress participated in the annual RICE (Reverence, Integrity, Compassion, and Excellence) project in which coworkers collected items to donate on behalf of their departments to give to those in our communities.

As part of the CHI St. Vincent Nursing Strategic Plan, our nurses and care partners participate in a RICE Project twice a year in order to meet the needs of the poor and vulnerable in our the community.

Infirmary and North departments collected baby items for the Caring Hearts Pregnancy Center of North Little Rock which provides care to mothers-to-be in a time of personal crisis.

Hot Springs departments collected baby items on behalf of Change Point, a non-profit, tax exempt volunteer organization that strives to help women with crisis pregnancies and families in crisis situations adhering to the principles set out by Jesus Christ.

Morrilton departments participated on behalf of the Conway Polk County Department of Human Services for Foster Children by purchasing Christmas gifts for foster children.

Thank you to everyone who participated in these efforts to minister to those in need!