CNE receiving more interest on acquisition of R.I. hospital system

WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL is in danger of getting scooped up by an out-of-state, for-profit corporation as a result of the merger between its current owner, Care New England Health Systems, and Lifespan Corp. being denied by the Federal Trade Commission and Rhode Island's attorney general, according to Lynn Blais, president of the United Nurses and Allied Professionals. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEMS
CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM CEO and President Dr. James E. Fanale says his company is receiving more interest beyond the recent offer from StoneBridge Healthcare LLC to acquire the Rhode Island hospital company. Above, CNE's Women & Infants Hospital in Providence. /COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEMS
PROVIDENCE – Two weeks after Care New England Health System faced a rejection of its proposal to merge with Lifespan Corp., the Rhode Island hospital company is now receiving calls and interest from other organizations interested in a potential acquisition, according to its CEO. Care New England CEO and President Dr. James E. Fanale said…

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