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When Yuri Tomikawa needed a therapist and had trouble finding one, the Brown University graduate eventually founded an innovative business to do just that. Zencare features clinicians who are referred, recommended and/or vetted. The Providence-based … more
Since April, a partnership between Southcoast Health and the United Way of Greater New Bedford’s Hunger Commission has facilitated the donation of hundreds of gallons of frozen soup to those in need. more
Taking a page from such high-risk industries as nuclear power, aviation and amusement parks, Hospital Association of Rhode Island President Michael Souza said that HARI is collaborating with Press Ganey, a health care industry consulting firm, to conduct High Reliability Organizations training for its member hospitals. more
Three residents in the Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program/The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University won the American College of Physicians Rhode Island Chapter’s Medical Jeopardy Competition. more
At Butler Hospital’s fundraiser, A Gallery Affair, Butler’s President and Chief Operating Officer Dr. Lawrence Price presented awards to two community members, Dr. Robert J. Westlake and G. Wayne Miller, for their contributions to the hospital and mental health in Rhode Island. more
At 14, Kathleen Repoli knew she wanted to help people heal. She volunteered in hospitals and entered nursing school, but after two years and an impactful experience with a woman dying of breast cancer, Repoli stayed in the health care industry, as … more
Dr. Eden Cardozo has joined the division of reproductive endocrinology and infertility in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island. She is also an assistant professor at The Warren Alpert Medical School … more
Dr. Randall Ingham has been hired by Newport Hospital as part of the Comprehensive Care Center at Rhode Island, The Miriam and Newport hospitals. He is a hematologist and oncologist, and earned his medical degree from New York Medical College. more
In the early 1990s, before joining Lifespan, Bradley Hospital was a very different place than it is today. It sometimes maxed out its credit line, operated in a 1930s-era building and offered a narrow line of services – inpatient hospitalization, … more
In the Kettle Point development, University Orthopedics will consolidate its offices in an 88,500-square-foot building. The project, which began in November, is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2018. More than 100 employees will … more
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