CharterCARE offers to invest $10M in Memorial, plans revival starting with ER, CNE downplays plan

CharterCARE Health Partners will offer Care New England $10 million for the Memorial Hospital building, where it intends to restore services, starting with the emergency room. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND
CharterCARE Health Partners will offer Care New England $10 million for the Memorial Hospital building, where it intends to restore services, starting with the emergency room. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND
PAWTUCKET — CharterCare Health Partners CEO John J. Holiver and Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien announced Thursday that the hospital system plans to buy the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island building and has committed $10 million for capital improvements, returning medical services there in stages, starting with emergency care. A spokesman for CharterCare said the…

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