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HealthSource RI said enrollments climbed 3.2 percent over the last week, to 29,312 from 28,404. more
Elmhurst Extended Care has been acquired by Brick, N.J.-based Tryko Partners LLC, and will be renamed Elmhurst Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center as part of a more than $5 million renovation of the property. more
The New England Medical Training Institute, a for-profit school preparing its students to become medical assistants, certified nursing aides, allied health specialists, phlebotomy/EKG technicians, medical billers and coders, and emergency medical technicians, offers first aid and CPR classes, Nicholas Spencer, executive director, told Providence Business News. more
The van Beuren Charitable Foundation, based in Newport, renewed its funding for at-home pharmacist care implemented by the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy/Academic Health Collaborative in conjunction with Visiting Nurse Services of Newport and Bristol Counties, URI reported. more
Southcoast Health recently announced that its Southcoast Hospitals Group has been named to Becker’s Hospital Review 2016 list, “100 hospitals and health systems with great neurosurgery and spine programs.” more
Dr. Steven Lampert is president of Lifespan Physician Group Inc., a nonprofit, physician-governed group practice, with more than 500 medical providers specializing in primary care, psychiatry and behavioral health, women’s medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, cardiology, dermatology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology and physical medicine. more
By a vote of 958-6, Women & Infants Hospital’s nurses and health care workers ratified a new, four-year collective bargaining agreement with the hospital, the employee union reported. more
Rhode Island met seven out of 10 indicators of public health preparedness, while Massachusetts was the only state to receive a perfect score, according to “Ready or Not? Protecting the Public from Diseases, Disasters and Bioterrorism,” a report from the Trust for America’s Health. more
Carol A. Peterson, a lifelong resident of Cranston, retired as senior vice president, administration from FM Global in 2001 to focus her efforts on community volunteering, primarily helping children. 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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