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CLIMBING THE LADDER: Mary Marran first began working at Butler Hospital in 1984 as a student. More than three decades later, she rose through the ranks to become just the second female president in the hospital’s history. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Butler Hospital’s Marran solves problems to keep community healthy

Business Women Awards 2022 Industry Leader Health Care Services Mary Marran, Butler Hospital Mary Marran, president of Providence-based Butler Hospital, calls herself a problem-solver by nature. That...
BOWING OUT: Care New England Health System CEO and President Dr. James E. Fanale is planning to retire early next year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

With CEO set to leave, Care New England at crossroads

While the CEO and president of Care New England Health System is planning an exit in the wake of a failed merger, Dr. James...
HELPING HAND: John Schreiber is one of about 50 travel nurses who have been hired temporarily to fill open positions at Kent County Memorial Hospital in Warwick. The use of travel nurses at hospitals has increased because of a labor shortage. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM/RYAN PICKERING

Hospitals find good, bad in hiring travel nurses

For most hospitals, employing travel nurses isn’t new: before the COVID-19 pandemic, Kent County Memorial Hospital in Warwick typically had eight to 10 travel...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS AWARDS announced Friday 30 honorees for its 2022 Business Women Awards program.

Taco’s Merchant among 30 honorees for PBN’s Business Women Awards program

PROVIDENCE – Cheryl Merchant, CEO of Taco Comfort Solutions, has been selected by Providence Business News as this year’s Career Achievement winner among local...

Blue Cross certifies 8 new LGBTQ Safe Zones

PROVIDENCE – Eight new organizations are on Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island’s list of LGBTQ Safe Zones. The providers join 45 others...

Nursing book by Butler Hospital staff claims first prize in AJN...

PROVIDENCE – A book written and edited by a group of nurses and a doctor at Butler Hospital has won first place in an...
ROMELL TAYLOR, a registered nurse who has worked at The Miriam Hospital for nearly 24 years, is featured in a new video advertising employment at Lifespan Corp. as the company seeks to fill 2,300 open positions. / COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP.

With 2,300 openings, Lifespan turns to employees for help with recruitment

PROVIDENCE – A 30-second video shows registered nurse Romell Taylor as she walks the halls of the medical surgery oncology unit at The Miriam...

Bill proposes tax deductions for R.I. National Guard members sent on...

PROVIDENCE – A new measure introduced by a state lawmaker would offer tax deductions for R.I. National Guard members who serve on health-related assignments,...

Lifespan-CNE merger draws concerns, support at first public comment meeting

PROVIDENCE – Providers, health care executives, union representatives and members of the public weighed in on the proposed merger between Lifespan Corp. and Care...
RHODE ISLAND GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE holds his first COVID-19 briefing of 2022 on Wednesday, announcing that he's sending 60 members of the R.I. National Guard to assist Butler Hospital amid staffing shortages. / COURTESY WPRI

McKee sending 60 National Guard members to assist Butler Hospital

PROVIDENCE – A policy requiring indoor masking or proof of vaccination is remaining in place throughout the state, as Rhode Island ramps up its...

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