CHI St. Vincent Morrilton

 

CHI St. Vincent Morrilton is a 28-bed faith-based, not-for-profit community access hospital serving the health care needs of the rural communities throughout west central, Arkansas.

 

CHI St. Vincent Morrilton [Get directions]
4 Hospital Drive, Morrilton, AR 72110
Free parking.
Phone: 501.977.2300

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Welcome to St. Vincent Morrilton

Originally called St. Anthony’s, the Benedictine sisters at St. Scholastica Monastery established St. Anthony’s Hospital as a fourteen-bed facility on December 4, 1925, initially using a private home belonging to the Burrows family of Morrilton. Almost 100 years later, St. Anthony's evolved into CHI St. Vincent Morrilton. Learn more about our history.

CHI St. Vincent Morrilton has provided quality care to its community for decades. Being part of CHI St. Vincent means the community has access to many centers of excellence, including our Heart Institute, Neuroscience Institute, gynecology, general surgery, home health, intensive care, laboratory services, orthopedics, outpatient/same-day surgery, radiology and imaging, rehabilitation, sleep lab services, urology and wound care.

The CHI St. Vincent Primary Care Clinic in Morrilton also offers extended hours for your convenience.

 

 

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Behavioral Health

Our inpatient and outpatient programs offer the best environment for rehabilitation and recovery.

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Cancer Care

Cancer specialists by your side from initial diagnosis all the way to remission.

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Heart & Vascular Care

Our Heart Institute provides excellent patient experience partnered with advanced technology.

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Neurosciences

Our patients receive the best outcomes for the most complex head, neck, and spine conditions.

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Primary Care

Expert care for you and your family so you can stay well during every phase of life.

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Other Specialties

Our network of providers and specialists are here for you when you need them most.

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Latest news from CHI St. Vincent Morrilton

 

CHI St. Vincent Morrilton Recognized Nationally for its Commitment to Quality Heart Attack Care

CHI St. Vincent Morrilton has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® STEMI Referring Center Gold Plus recognition for its commitment to ensuring science-based treatment for all people experiencing a specific type of heart attack known as an ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), known to be more severe and dangerous than other types of heart attacks.

“We know that fast access to quality care is a priority when a patient suffers a heart attack and we’re honored to have the compassionate care we offer our community recognized in this way by the American Heart Association,” said CHI St. Vincent Morrilton President Leslie “Bubba” Arnold. “This highlights our daily commitment to implementing best practices and improving outcomes for our patients.”

Each year, more than 280,000 people in the U.S. experience this type of heart attack, caused by a complete blockage in a coronary artery. Nearly 40% of people who go to the emergency room with acute coronary syndrome are diagnosed with a STEMI. Like all heart attacks, this requires timely treatment to restore blood flow as quickly as possible.

Mission: Lifeline is a national, community-based initiative improving systems of care for patients with STEMI, non-ST elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), stroke and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The program focuses on streamlining processes to speed the delivery of proper treatment for time sensitive, neuro-cardiovascular disease states.

Recognition as a Mission: Lifeline Referring Center is designed to showcase hospitals of every size on the front lines of care that do not have 24/7 cardiac catheterization lab availability but work in collaboration with emergency medical services to ensure patients receive guideline-directed STEMI and NSTEMI care.

“Care coordination is particularly important when someone experiences a STEMI heart attack, and American Heart Association guidelines call for specific science-based treatment,” said James G. Jollis, M.D., volunteer chair for the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® - Coronary Artery Disease Systems of Care Advisory Work Group and professor of medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. “Hospitals like CHI St. Vincent Morrilton are recognized for consistently supporting patients to ensure the best opportunity for recovery.”

The Mission: Lifeline Referring Center award is earned by hospitals that demonstrate a commitment to getting patients the most up-to-date research-based care for STEMI as outlined by the American Heart Association.

 

 

 

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