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Rhode Island’s capital city is one of four cities in the nation chosen by the National Resource Network and New York University for a pilot program that uses city-level health data to help shape policy decisions and public health investments. more
The Miriam Hospital’s Minimally Invasive Urology Institute began offering a completely laparoscopic surgery to appropriate patients with bladder cancer in spring 2016, the hospital announced recently. more
Dr. Cornelius "Skip" Granai III, director of the Program in Women's Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital, was recently awarded the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award. What steps do you take as a physician to provide … more
Two recent controversies highlight what hospitals face today. The first is the attempt by Care New England to eliminate obstetrics (and likely other) services at Memorial Hospital. The second is the attempt by Texas-based Neighbors Emergency Center … more
The theme of Providence Business News' 25th Anniversary story on the region's health care scene was change, and that lens is still the one to use when reviewing the trends in Rhode Island and its environs. Relatively recent changes – creating … more
The 2016 South County Hospital Auxiliary annual fashion show and luncheon will be held on June 15 at the Dunes Club in Narragansett. more
Members of the Kent Hospital Auxiliary celebrated 65 years of service to the hospital at their spring luncheon on May 11, at Quidnessett Country Club. Past presidents of the auxiliary were honored, as were lifetime auxiliary members. Lifetime membership is an honor bestowed on members who have supported the auxiliary with exceptional service for many years. more
After beginning my career at the International Longevity Center, an aging research, education and advocacy think tank in New York, I knew that I had to get direct-care experience in order to better advocate for seniors and their caregivers in … more
Johnson & Wales University’s Providence campus is the first institution of higher learning in Rhode Island to implement a campuswide tobacco-free policy, according to a Rhode Island Department of Health statement. On July 1, DOH Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott joined JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey and the JWU Student Government Association to announce the news. more
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
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