January 16, 2020
The Therapeutic Thursdays series has begun! Our partnership with KATV Good Morning Arkansas aired today. The segments will feature timely topics pertaining to mental health and substance use treatment and recovery. Our first segment featured Brooks Higginbotham, LMSW, therapist for our substance use disorder program. Brooks discussed the treatment of substance use disorders through a continuum of care provided by The BridgeWay. If you miss a segment, they will also be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
January 4, 2019
On behalf of the patients served by The BridgeWay, we are proud to announce that the readers of Arkansas Money and Politics chose The BridgeWay as the Outstanding Leader in Mental Health! You may find this accolade in the special section, Outstanding Health Care Professionals, in the January 2019 issue.
November 21, 2018
Arkansas Hospital Association Honors The BridgeWay with Diamond Award: The BridgeWay’s Empathy Matters video was recognized as best in class.
The Arkansas Society of Hospital Marketing and Public Relations recently awarded The BridgeWay with the Diamond Award for their Empathy Matters video. The video, produced by Neely Kimbrell, Human Resource Director, highlighted the various ways the hospital displays empathy. This core element of the Service Excellence program is shown during each new-hire orientation.
The Diamond Awards recognize excellence and encourage improvement in the quality, effectiveness and impact of healthcare marketing and public relations in the state of Arkansas. Awards are presented in various categories, including advertising, annual report, website, publications, special video production and writing.
“This award recognizes the compassion that our staff exude to our patients and each other,” said Jonathon Gammon, Interim COO. “It is a privilege to work alongside the staff of The BridgeWay, who care so much about the patients we serve.”
November 3, 2018
The BridgeWay Supports AFSP – More than 20 Employees and their friends and family of The BridgeWay took part in the 2018 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) out of the Darkness Walk of Central Arkansas. The BridgeWay was one of the first Arkansas-based psychiatric hospitals to support the AFSP the Darkness Walk of Central Arkansas and we’re proud supporters today.
There is still time to contribute to the Central Arkansas AFSP Out of the Darkness Walk! There is still time to donate through the link below:
November 1, 2018
The BridgeWay is the Face of Mental Health: The publishers of AY magazine chose The BridgeWay Face of Mental Health in their annual special feature, Faces of Arkansas, which appeared in the November 2018 edition. Celebrating 35 year of service to Arkansans, The BridgeWay is proud to have been selected as the Face of Mental Health.