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St. Bernards Receives National Award for Exceptional Care of Heart Attack Patients

St. Bernards Medical Center has received the Mission: Lifeline® Receiving Center GOLD PLUS Quality Achievement Award for treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks. It is the only hospital in Arkansas that has earned the American Heart Association Mission: Lifeline® Receiving Center GOLD PLUS Level Recognition Award. And it is the first hospital in the state ever to receive that recognition for two consecutive years. The award was presented to physicians at a press conference at St. Bernards at  


Employees Recognized for Years of Service

One hundred fifty-four employees – including one with 40 years of service – were honored at a recent recognition dinner at St. Bernards. Honorees included those whose employment anniversary dates came in the first half of 2016 and whose length of service fell into five-year increments. ...  


Dr. Willie Harper Will Read at Aug. 6 Stories in the Forest Program

Dr. Willie Harper, surgeon with St. Bernards Surgical Associates, will serve as reader at the August Stories in the Forest on Saturday, Aug. 6, at the St. Bernards Fun Forest at The Mall at Turtle Creek. He will read Oh, the Places You Will Go by Dr. Seuss. ...  


St. Bernards Welcomes Inaugural Class of Internal Medicine Residents

St. Bernards is taking medical training to a new level as it welcomes the inaugural class into a new Internal Medicine Residency program with an osteopathic focus. Recognizing the need in this region for more physicians with advanced training in the field of internal medicine, St. Bernards has established a residency program to train medical school graduates in the broad field of internal medicine. ...  


Brandie Lieblong Named Honoree for 2016 Arkansas Ride for the Cure

When bikers take to the roads for the 2016 Arkansas Ride for the Cure on Saturday, July 30, they will ride in honor of Brandie Lieblong of Jonesboro. Lieblong, who is a one-year cancer survivor, will be recognized at a ceremony immediately preceding the start of the ride at 8 a.m. in the 200 block of Main Street in downtown Jonesboro. Proceeds from the eighth annual Arkansas Ride for the Cure will benefit Susan G. Komen. ...  


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