Extraordinary Care: Nursing at Arkansas Heart Hospital

At Arkansas Heart Hospital, we strive to provide extraordinary care to our patients. Our nurses play a critical role in our patients’ time at AHH. They go above and beyond to deliver that extraordinary care every day. What sets our nurses apart is the relationships they build with our patients, physicians, and all members of our healthcare team.

Patient-focused care is one of our most important values, and the close nurse-physician relationship helps to ensure that a patient’s experience is extraordinary in all aspects. We work to bring all the care we can to the patient’s room which includes x-ray, blood draws and many others. Arkansas Heart Hospital pioneered a vision for patient-focused care 23 years ago, and it’s since set the standard for patient care.

We recently started collaboration with various nursing schools to help recruit the best if the best for our patients. We seek out nurses with great personalities and the right skill set to fit our patients’ needs. At Arkansas Heart Hospital, we truly treat each other like family. This friendly, personal culture makes it easy for our nurses to show the same culture to our patients.

However, hospitals nationwide are experiencing a nursing shortage. Nursing can be a difficult and stressful job that requires the right kind of person to perform it. But there will always be a need for nurses, as there will always be patients who need care. Arkansas Heart Hospital is an organization employs about 360 full-time RNs and LPNs, with a number of APNs. Arkansas Heart Hospital is pleased to announce our expansion to Encore and will start actively recruiting in the near future.

To learn about the nursing positions we have available or for more information about Encore, visit jobs.arheart.com.