Extraordinary nurses recognized at Chicot Memorial Medical Center

DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses Jennifer Lockett, RN DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award Zoe Hackett, RN FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5-8-24   CONTACTS: The DAISY Foundation Tena Carraher (404) 285-9158 tenabarnescarraher@DAISYfoundation.org                                                                                                 DAISYfoundation.org             Chicot Memorial Medical Center LaJuan Scales, Chief Nursing Officer (870) 265-9335 Lajuan.Scales@chicotmemorial.com   EXTRAORDINARY NURSES RECOGNIZED AT CHICOT MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER 5-8-24 (Lake Village, AR) –Jennifer Lockett, RN and Zoe Hackett, RN of Chicot Memorial Medical Center were recently honored with The DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses and The DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award, respectively. The awards are part of the DAISY Foundation’s programs to recognize the super-human efforts nurses perform every day.  The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses nomination submitted for Jennifer Lockett, RN read “My mother is there, and Jennifer has shown so much compassion towards her and my family. She always has a smile on her face. Whenever we use the call light she’s there. She answers our questions with knowledge. We are so thankful she crossed our paths.” The DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award nominations submitted for Zoe Hackett, RN included “Zoe is an excellent and much caring RN. I worked with her in the hospital setting for many years. She is very patient and family oriented. She goes far and beyond the job description that is required of her,” “I first met Mrs. Zoe at the beginning of my career just before I graduated nursing school. She was the first one there to teach me what real bedside nursing was like and I’m glad that I was able to

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Chicot Memorial Medical Center awarded for efforts to improve rural care for coronary artery disease

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 4-26-24 CONTACT: John E. Heard, Chief Executive Officer 870-265-9332  Chicot Memorial Medical Center awarded for efforts to improve rural care for coronary artery disease The American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® – Coronary Artery Disease Rural Recognition Bronze award recognizes efforts to address the unique health needs of rural communities Lake Village, AR 4-26-24 — People who live in rural communities live an average of three years fewer than urban counterparts and have a 40% higher likelihood of developing heart disease.[1],[2] Chicot Memorial Medical Center is committed to changing that. For efforts to optimize acute cardiac care and eliminate rural health care outcome disparities, Chicot Memorial Medical Center has received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® – Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) Rural Recognition Bronze award for suspected non ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTE-ACS). The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, recognizes the importance of health care services provided to people living in rural areas by rural hospitals that play a vital role in initiation of timely evidence-based care. For that reason, all rural hospitals participating in Get With The Guidelines® – CAD are eligible to receive award recognition based on a unique methodology focused on NSTE-ACS and/or ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) performance metrics “We are proud that our team at Chicot Memorial Medical Center is being recognized for the important work we do every day to improve the lives of people in Chicot County who are affected by coronary artery disease, giving

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We are so proud of our Chicot Memorial Auxiliary for winning the Volunteer Organization of the Year award at the Lake Village Chamber Banquet! What a honor and privilege it is for our community to recognize their hard work and dedication to our Hospital! Congratulations to all and we are so thankful! ... See MoreSee Less
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What a honor and a privilege it was to show our appreciation to the Chicot Memorial Auxiliary members today! Thank you all so much for everything you do for our Hospital and our community! A special congratulations to Ms. Rosemary Reginelli for being named Auxilian of the Year! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, during our Mini-MASH program with UAMS East Regional Campus - Lake Village, our students heard a great stroke survivor story from one of our own employees Cynthia Warren Jackson that reinforced what they learned yesterday about the UAMS IDHI Stroke Program (AR SAVES) and we took this fun picture holding up our #BeFast signs. We have a great group of MASH students this year! ... See MoreSee Less
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Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Every 3 minutes and 14 seconds, someone dies of a stroke. Check out this video of Arkansas Governor Sanders educating about stroke. #befaststrokeawarenessmonthSpread the news, strokes are happening every day, and you could save someone's life by calling 911 to get help quickly. Anyone at any age can have a stroke and risks increase with age. Encourage anyone experiencing stroke symptoms to call 911 for emergency medical treatment.By calling 911, Emergency Medical Services can initiate “Code Stroke” to have the hospital prepared for you. Stroke requires immediate attention and treatment so please do not wait to seek help. Know the signs and symptoms of stroke and #BEFAST! ... See MoreSee Less
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