Charity of the Baptist Health School of Nursing
Baptist Health is the largest non-profit healthcare organization in Arkansas. The charity organization has been delivering quality healthcare for over 80 years as part of their Christian ministry.
Baptist Health is committed to delivering their best in their responsibility for giving compassionate care healthcare of the whole person – body, mind and spirit. This is the expression of their Christian faith as they endeavor to become the instruments of God’s restorative power as revealed to them by God’s creation, the Bible, and Jesus Christ.
Baptist Health fulfills their mission by being the state’s most comprehensive healthcare system, with more than 120 facilities including major medical centers, family clinics, and therapy and wellness centers. Part of their health service commitment is the operation of the Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health.
The Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health offers many educational opportunities. All courses of the Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health are taught by qualified professional educators with a high repute for excellence, plus a heartwarming inclination to compassionate service. The Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health campus located at Colonel Glenn Road Little Rock has a big heart for service, honesty, respect, stewardship, and performance, combined with a commitment to patient satisfaction. Their shared Christian values and regard for continuous improvement, allows the Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health to have a steadfast unity of exceptional physicians, nurses, employees, and technology and access making them a family of the most comprehensive healthcare providers, delivering total health services to the citizens of Arkansas.
Working closely with physicians and other members of the healthcare team, the Registered Nurses (RN’s) of the Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health, provide nursing care and direct motherly supervision to their Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN’s) who also help patients by providing direct bedside care such as medication administration, personal hygiene and other medical treatments.
Approved by ASBN and accredited by NLNAC, the Baptist Health School of Nursing and Allied Health team also help sympathetic others in providing health care to patients in acute care settings and a variety of other healthcare agencies as well as offering General Education and Science courses to select individuals via the Pulaski Technical College at the Baptist School’s West Little Rock campus.
The Baptist Health thrives according to their mission of providing quality patient-centered services, quality health education, and responding to the changing needs of the of Arkansas, while also promoting and protecting a voluntary non-profit charity healthcare system imbued with Christian compassion and personal concern.