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While deeply rooted in the traditions of Catholic health care, CHI St. Vincent is forging Arkansas’ health care future.
The Arkansas Neuroscience Institute at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary is a global leader and destination choice for neurological research, training and patient care. ANI has a mission of sharing knowledge to enhance education and serves as a model of excellence in the world of neuroscience.
The Jack Stephens Heart Institute at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary features technology and expertise like no other hospital in Arkansas for treating cardiovascular disease. It is home to the state’s first and only cardiovascular hybrid operating suite and is one of just a few among the most prestigious heart centers in the country.
The comprehensive CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Cancer Center is one of only seven Arkansas centers accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer. The quality standards required ensure that accredited centers provide comprehensive care, including a complete range of state-of-the-art services and equipment, using a multidisciplinary team approach to coordinate the best-available treatment options, information about ongoing cancer clinical trials and access to prevention and early detection programs, cancer education and support services.
CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Heart & Vascular Center is on the leading edge of technology for the care of patients with cardiovascular disease and is the regions only Chest Pain Unit for the diagnosis and management of chest pain. In addition to heart cauterization labs to diagnose and treat heart blockages, using digital technology, the center also has a full cardiac rehabilitation program that provides inpatient as well as outpatient care to help cardiac patients recovering from cardiac illness.
The CHI St. Vincent Orthopaedic and Spine Institutes are leaders in Arkansas orthopaedics. The Institutes were the first in the state to develop educational programs for orthopaedic patients. The CHI St. Vincent Joint and Spine Academies educate patients about joint replacement and spine surgery in a classroom setting, before surgery, to equip patients physically and emotionally for recovery. Clinical educators teach with the help of coaches selected by the patients to assist in recovery and rehabilitation. The goal and the results are improved patient outcomes and fewer complications. Since we opened the state’s first joint replacement unit in 1996, we’ve continued to foster innovation in orthopaedics. We completed the state’s first spine disc replacement surgery; we offered the state’s first live orthopaedic surgery seminar; and we were the first to air a live orthopaedic surgery.
The CHI St. Vincent Center for Women and Children strives to make the mother’s stay as special as the arrival of the new baby. St. Vincent celebrates the miracle of new life by attending not only to the needs of the baby and parents, but also by involving all significant people influencing the life and health of a new baby. Education for patients, caregivers and the community is offered to better prepare for childbirth, and child growth and development.