Every August, Arkansas Heart hosts Heart Summit. This year, hospital CEO Dr. Bruce Murphy continues to push AHH to new frontiers — including digital medicine, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). Digital medicine and AR are changing how patients access and receive care. AR is being used right now in innovative pain management. VR improves educational opportunities for providers.
Arkansas's child obesity rate is 40%. Children are our most precious asset. Which is why the hospital Foundation got a make-over. Champions for Health. They are partnering with experts across the country and have formulated a pilot program for Morrilton Intermediate School teaching students how to be champions for themselves.
Vein and Vascular Institute Clinical Director Dee White wants you to know your legs don't have to hurt and if they do what it could mean. Awarded Best Vein and Vascular Treatment, how your legs can give clues if there’s something wrong with your heart.
Arkansas Heart Hospital is innovative in its techniques and this new way of preparing patients for surgery is no different. Discover the only cardiac prehabilitation program in the nation, is right here in Little Rock.
Arkansas Heart Hospital is located in the heart of Little Rock. It started with humble roots as the state’s first specialty hospital completely dedicated to the heart more than 20 years ago. The road to success was paved with uncertainty and determination. Today that mission continues to be patient-driven and is as innovative as ever.
This isn't your college ramen. Chef Coby Smith traveled to Japan to learn the art of making authentic Japanese Ramen. Good food and great health go hand and hand. Chef Coby's culinary offerings at our cafe and the new Food from Heart food truck will satisfy even the most discerning foodies.
Nurses make an impact every day. They are caring, compassionate and at Arkansas Heart treat patients like family. According to the Labor Department it’s one of the fastest growing professions. If you’re looking for a career change or just curious about the profession, you won’t want to miss this podcast.
With grass-fed meats, ramen and a food truck, Arkansas Heart Hospital’s menu is far from that of a typical hospital. This week, we’re talking to AHH culinary department director Casey Atwood about all things food services and what makes the menu at AHH something special.
Just like any other muscle, your heart needs to be strengthened when it’s been sick. In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Christine Alongi, director of strong hearts cardiac rehabilitation program, about intensive cardiac rehab and how it can help your heart get back on its rhythm.
Heart heath and bone health go hand in hand, and you might be more at risk for osteoporosis than you think. This week, we’re talking with Eric Martin, Director of Wellness and Prehabilitation at Arkansas Heart Hospital about osteoporosis and how you can prevent it.
In our very first episode, Jason Henry, Senior Clinical Director of Ancillary Services at Arkansas Heart Hospital, is answering all the questions you never knew you had about sleep studies – is snoring really a bad thing? When is a good time to turn off your phone before bed? There’s a lot we can learn from sleep studies, and Jason is here to fill us in.