When it comes to healthcare and providing quality medical services, it is important to be efficient without sacrificing quality. The NARMC Pharmacy has adapted its processes with the goal of efficiency in mind. “We simply focused on areas where we could make an impact and efficiency followed. With medication reconciliation, also known as med rec, for example, taking medication histories from our patients is an area where we have a lot of experience. By helping with this proce
Exercise is an important aspect of diabetes care. It can help decrease blood sugar by decreasing insulin resistance and increasing blood sugar use from your muscles. The American Diabetes Association recommends getting 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise per week. That comes out to about 30 minutes at least five days per week. So what is moderate intensity exercise? In general, if you are doing moderate intensity exercise you can talk, but not sing during the activity
NARMC welcomed the community and local business leaders at the quarterly Spotlight event on Thursday, September 12. Members of the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce joined the celebration for the monthly Business After Hours hosted jointly. The Spotlight event celebrated recently accomplishments and introduced new team members to the community, including physicians Ashley Merrick and Elizabeth Morgan.
The 24th Annual Governor’s Quality Award Celebration was held on Thursday evening, September 13th at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Little Rock. Twenty-five organizations from throughout the state received recognition for their commitment to quality. North Arkansas Regional Medical Center of Harrison was presented the Achievement Level Award by Governor Asa Hutchison. This is the third consecutive year that the hospital has received this honor. Vince Leist, president and CEO
Adequate sleep is crucial to a productive day. Unfortunately, many people struggle with getting enough restful sleep each night. Signs that you have sleep issues may include daytime sleepiness, snoring, morning headaches or periods in which you stop breathing during your sleep. This can result in poor sleep quality which can make daily functions difficult, such as driving and staying awake during work hours, poor concentration, poor work efficiency, poor decision making, mood