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Brown University admits 5.2% of applicants for 2028 class

PROVIDENCE – A total of 2,521 prospective students have been offered admission into Brown University for next fall’s entering undergraduate class. The Ivy League institution...

Five Questions With: Victoria Heimer-McGinn

Victoria Heimer-McGinn is the president of Brain Waves Rhode Island. The organization recently held its annual celebration, both in Pawtucket and at Brown University,...

AARP Rhode Island names Howlett state president

PROVIDENCE – Former Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Howlett has been named state president of AARP Rhode Island, the nonprofit organization announced Tuesday.  Howlett succeeds Marcus Mitchell,...

Aaron Simmons Joins Napatree Capital

Napatree Capital Welcomes Aaron Simmons as a Principal and Senior Wealth Advisor Westerly, RI – April 15, 2024 – Napatree Capital is pleased to announce...

Five Questions With: Dr. Methodius Tuuli

Black Maternal Health Week is recognized each year from April 11-17 to raise awareness and inspire action for improving Black maternal health outcomes. Dr....

Endowment created in memory of University Orthopedics spine surgeon Dr. Mark...

EAST PROVIDENCE – After receiving a $1.5 million commitment from anonymous donors, University Orthopedics Inc. has announced the creation of an endowment in honor...

Chen to serve as director of Lifespan’s Brain Tumor Program

PROVIDENCE – The Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute and the Lifespan Cancer Institute recently announced the addition of Dr. Clark C. Chen as director of...
HEALTHY DISCUSSION: PACE Organization of Rhode Island CEO Joan Kwiatkowski, right, speaks during a panel discussion at Providence Business News’ Health Care Summit and Health Care Heroes Awards event at the Providence Marriott on April 4. Also on the panel are, from left, Dr. Michael Wagner, Care New England Health System CEO and president; Dr. Kristin Russell, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island chief medical officer; Sen. Pamela J. Lauria, D-Barrington; and Dr. Raj Hazarika, Point32Health Services Inc. chief medical officer and vice president of commercial ­products. 
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Education, compensation key to addressing staffing shortages in health care

Now that American Rescue Plan Act funds have expired, the next six to eight months will be telling of what challenges remain in addressing...
ONE OF A KIND: This overdose prevention center on Willard Avenue in Providence will be the first state-regulated facility of its kind in the country when it opens later this year. 
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Providence to host nation’s first state-regulated overdose prevention center

The first-ever state-regulated overdose prevention center in the country is on track to open later this year at 45 Willard Ave. in Providence. An overdose...

State medical school worth considering

Hospital staffing shortages have stabilized since the height of the pandemic but aren’t going away anytime soon, according to panelists at PBN’s April 4...
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