St. Vincent Neurology hires new doctor

Kara Way, M.D., is currently accepting patients at CHI St. Vincent Neurology Clinic -- Hot Springs at One Mercy Lane, Suite 401, in Hot Springs.

Way is a Magnolia native and graduate of Magnolia High School. She attended medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock and completed her residency as part of the Neurology Residency Program at UAMS. She is a graduate of Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, where she obtained an associate's degree in nursing and a bachelor's degree in biology. Before attending medical school, Way worked as a registered nurse at Magnolia Hospital.

Way lives in Hot Springs. She and her husband, John, have two daughters.

To schedule an appointment with Way, call 501-623-5220 or visit http://www.CHIStVincent.com.

CHI St. Vincent, founded in 1888, is the largest integrated and community-based physician organization in Arkansas -- a system with more than 1 million patient visits per year, serving patients from all 75 counties in Arkansas. CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, an acute-care facility, licensed for 615 beds, is located in Little Rock and is ranked the "best hospital" in Arkansas by U. S. News and World Report and is the first hospital to earn Magnet recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs is an acute-care facility licensed for 282 beds. Other CHI St. Vincent hospitals include CHI St. Vincent North, licensed for 69 beds, in Sherwood; CHI St. Vincent Morrilton, a critical access hospital in Morrilton, licensed for 25 beds; and CHI St. Vincent West, an outpatient campus in west Little Rock.

The system includes a network of 300 primary care and specialty physicians, a home health agency, a joint venture inpatient rehabilitation facility, and affiliations with more than 1,000 physicians.

Visit Hot Springs names

2nd quarter EOQ

David Acord, maintenance/engineering technician for Visit Hot Springs, was named Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2017.

"David is invaluable in meeting the ever-changing requirements for all visitors to the Hot Springs Convention Center and Bank of the Ozarks Arena. We salute him for all he does to promote Hot Springs as Arkansas' No. 1 tourism destination," stated the press release.

Business on 08/07/2017

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