Clinical Advancement Program
Program focuses on professional advancement and recognition of CRHS' clinical team members and at enhancing our clinical practice environments.
Yearly bonuses for participants at the Clinician III and Clinician IV levels.
Tuition Reimbursement Program
Employees that are Full Time or Part Time with Benefits are eligible to receive up to $5,200 of tuition reimbursement per calendar year for attending a qualifying college program ($20,800 maximum lifetime benefit per employee).
CRHS is an approved provider of contact hours for nursing-continuing education programs.
Shared Governance (PCSG)
The purpose of PCSG is to provide a mechanism to establish, uphold and communicate its values and standards within CRHS.
Employees can get involved in PCSG by participating in their department council or a functional council. Conway Regional’s interprofessional shared governance model was the third in the nation to be accredited by the Forum for Shared Governance. For more information on Shared Governance, visit click here.
A six-month-long program designed for our new nurse graduates to help them transition from the role of student nurse into the role as a professional nurse.
Resuscitation Quality Improvement Program
CRHS is the first in the state to implement the American Heart Association's RQI program.
RQI is an evidence-based program that will improve patient outcomes while allowing employees to renew their BLS, ACLS and PALS onsite, during work hours, without having to attend a traditional class.
CRHS has three SIM Labs with high-fidelity patient simulators.
- SimMan® Essential - allows staff to train on the core skills of airway, breathing, cardiac and circulation management for multiple healthcare disciplines.
- Noelle® Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Simulator - allows staff to train on core labor and delivery skills as well as deliveries with complications such as shoulder dystocia, breech presentation and uterine rupture.
- Baby Hal® - allows staff to train on post-delivery care for the newborn.