Redoubling focus on women’s health

ACCESS ADVOCATE: Shannon Sullivan, Women & Infants Hospital president and chief operating officer, says she’s concerned that fewer women have sought health screening during the pandemic and the effects that might have in the future.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ACCESS ADVOCATE: Shannon Sullivan, Women & Infants Hospital president and chief operating officer, says she’s concerned that fewer women have sought health screening during the pandemic and the effects that might have in the future. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
When cases of COVID-19 were spreading quickly across the country in the spring, Kent County Memorial Hospital executive Shannon Sullivan was tasked with assembling a team and transforming a former office building in Cranston into a 335-bed field hospital to handle the expected surge of sick people. It was completed in less than a month.…

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