Gov.: Lifespan, CharterCare vacancies can absorb Memorial staff

GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO's office said that Lifespan and CharterCare Health Partners have said they will strongly consider applicants displaced from Memorial Hospital if the R.I. Department of Health approves a Reverse Certificate of Need to close the hospital. / COURTESY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF RHODE ISLAND
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO's office said that Lifespan and CharterCare Health Partners have said they will strongly consider applicants displaced from Memorial Hospital if the R.I. Department of Health approves a Reverse Certificate of Need to close the hospital. / COURTESY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE — Should Care New England’s filing to close Pawtucket’s Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island be approved by the R.I. Department of Health, there are sufficient openings to employ displaced staff at Lifespan and CharterCare Health Partners hospitals, where officials say they’ll strongly consider such applicants. “If Memorial Hospital closes, no one should lose their…

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