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Newport Hospital, through its Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund, is accepting grant proposals for creative ways to engage local children in physical activity. Now through Feb. 1, individuals and organizations can submit grant proposals geared toward improving the health and fitness of Newport County school-age children. more
After helping to include a $15 million appropriation for mental health first aid in the fiscal 2016 omnibus spending bill, Democratic U.S. Sen. Jack Reed is encouraging more Rhode Islanders to take part in this public education and awareness program. more
Christopher J. McManus, a Newport resident, has joined CharterCARE Health Partners as assistant administrator for Roger Williams Medical Center. more
Radiation oncologist Dr. Scott Triedman works to cure cancer here in Rhode Island and in Rwanda. He talked with Providence Business News about his experiences in Rwanda, his collaborations with colleagues and the progress they are making toward providing high-quality care for those in need. more
Earlier this month, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Hope Hospice & Palliative Care Rhode Island announced a renewed and expanded affiliation for five additional years. more
South County Home Health received a $19,700 grant from The Champlin Foundations to purchase 10 new video telemedicine units, which will allow remote clinical oversight by a registered nurse for patients receiving home care. more
As the health care field grows increasingly complex, doctors are expected to assume leadership roles in business and management while continuing their expertise in science and medicine. more
Nearly 35,000 individuals have signed up for health insurance coverage through HealthSource RI as of Jan. 2. more
ShapeUp, a provider of corporate well-being solutions, said 2015 was record-setting for the company as it welcomed 260 new customers to its client base, growing it to more than 800 employers worldwide. more
Digital breast tomosynthesis, more commonly called 3-D mammography, is now available at Newport Hospital. By taking multiple three-dimensional images of breasts in layers, 3-D mammography allow physicians to better evaluate a patient and improve the identification of tumors. more
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