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Rhode Island State Psychiatric Hospital receives Joint Commission accreditation

CRANSTON – The Rhode Island State Psychiatric Hospital has received a three-year accreditation by The Joint Commission, which demonstrates its compliance with all standards...

6 R.I. senior living communities earn ‘best’ U.S. News & World...

PROVIDENCE – Six Rhode Island senior living communities have received recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Senior Living 2023 rankings. U.S. News analyzed...

RIHEBC awards $66K capital grant to Saint Antoine Residence

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp. has awarded Saint Antoine Residence in North Smithfield $66,700 as part of its Capital...

House OKs bill that would require insurers to cover the cost...

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. House of Representatives has approved a bill that would require health insurers to cover the full cost of epinephrine injectors,...

Centurion Foundation, Prospect Medical submit application for CharterCARE purchase

PROVIDENCE – Atlanta-based The Centurion Foundation and Prospect Medical Holdings Inc. announced Friday they have submitted an application to state regulators seeking approval for...

Five Questions With: Dr. John Tarro

Dr. John Tarro is an otolaryngologist at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital and is associated with Rhode Island Ear, Nose and Throat Physicians Inc.,...
SEEING THE LIGHT: Ian Prichett, CEO and president of Lumetta Inc., stands on the floor of the Warwick lighting manufacturer with some of its designs hanging overhead. He says technologies and product designs evolve quickly in the lighting world, so he’s constantly spending time on the floor and learning from each ­department.
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Prichett continuing his father’s illuminating work at Lumetta

(Editor’s note: This is the ninth installment in a monthly series highlighting some of the region’s ­unsung manufacturers that make products essential to the...
GOING BIG: This is a rendering of the planned building for Providence College’s new School of Nursing and Health Sciences, which will feature 60,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories and collaboration space. It is scheduled to be completed by December 2024. 
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PC poised to feed R.I.’s health worker pipeline

Rhode Island is about to get a new source of nurses and other health care professionals. Plans for Providence College’s new School of Nursing and...
SITE VISIT: Justin Kordas, left, and William Porter, co-owners of structural engineering consulting firm Stone Fleet Inc. in Providence, visit the construction site of one of their clients. 
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Engineering firm hopes new veteran-owned certification will bring in more clients

It is never easy readjusting to life after the military. Justin Kordas, who joined the U.S. Marine Corps never thinking he’d one day have to...

Providence Center School, Anchor Learning Academy to close this summer

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Center will close its Providence Center School and Anchor Learning Academy this summer, the center announced on Thursday. Both schools will...
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