People use emergency rooms for more than emergencies, so doctors often catch symptoms of conditions unrelated to the patients reason for visiting.
Regular exercise is important for overall health, but it also helps people function better in their daily lives.
Impella Mobile Learning Lab will be at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary on November 13th. Health care providers will get hands-on experience with the world's smallest heart pump and other innovations used in cardiac care.
Many people put off going to the doctor because they fear the expense, but that need not be the case.
Two brothers from Van Buren underwent open-heart surgery this year, within months of each other, to take care of the same dangerous genetic condition.
Celebrating heart recovery and patients who received the Impella heart pump.
Do you know when you should call an ambulance over simply taking an antacid? Take our short quiz and see if you can tell the difference!
Erma Rogers has been volunteering for more than 20 years for CHI St. Vincent’s New Outlook cancer recovery program.
Cardiologist, Dr. Trace Garner is at home serving the residents of Monticello and the surrounding area.
Dr. Cari Cordell sat down with HER Magazine for an in-depth Q&A about how she is blazing a trail for women in orthopedics.
CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs formed strategic partnerships with National Park College and Henderson State University to address nursing shortage.
Together, with the help of our Diabetic Educators, a growing community of Arkansans are taking control of their diabetes.
Soiree Magazine featured Dr. Douglas Borg in their latest "Ask the Expert." He answered common questions about Heart Disease.
CHI St. Vincent and the Garland County Sheriff's Office are working together to ensure police have the resources they need to cope with stress of the job.
Vic O'Neal credits Dr. Kristi Sutton with saving his life. THV11's latest Wear the Gowns featured O'Neal's story and the importance of having an annual wellness exam.
Orthopedic specialist, Dr. Robert Olive Jr., hosted "Breakfast with a Doctor" in Hot Springs Village to talk about problems in the knees and hips, primarily related to arthritis, and available treatment options.
Dr. Rachel White helped one high school athlete avoid further injury after she discovered he had a herniated disc during a routine wellness exam.
Susie Reynolds Reece isn’t short on job responsibilities, but as of this year things in her professional life streamlined with the reorganization of Hot Springs-based Garland County Suicide Prevention Coalition.
Sleep is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. It reduces stress, is good medicine for the brain and promotes a healthy heart.
An internal medicine doctor at our Hot Springs Village primary care offices, Dr. Kristi Sutton sets her heart, mind and intent on achieving what fulfills her life.