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DIFFICULT PREDICAMENT: Dr. John Miskovsky, an internist in Pawtucket who served on the Memorial Hospital medical executive committee, says the patients of his private practice are finding it difficult to care for their health without nearby hospital services following the closure of ­Memorial Hospital. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

City seeks waiver to direct rescue runs to local clinics in...

CharterCARE Health Partners remains hopeful of its bid to restore the recently shuttered Memorial Hospital emergency room, but Pawtucket officials may try for a...
HOSPITAL LEADERS recently testified in opposition to proposed state cuts to the Medicaid Disproportionate Share Hospital program. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NICOLE DOTZENROD

Hospital leaders testify against cutting state match to Medicaid funds

PROVIDENCE – On Thursday, hospital leaders from throughout the state testified at the House Committee on Finance’s Human Services Subcommittee hearing on the Executive...
CharterCARE Health Partners will offer Care New England $10 million for the Memorial Hospital building, where it intends to restore services, starting with the emergency room. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

CharterCARE offers to invest $10M in Memorial, plans revival starting with...

PAWTUCKET — CharterCare Health Partners CEO John J. Holiver and Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien announced Thursday that the hospital system plans to buy...
THE NATIONAL LABOR Relations Board has filed a lawsuit demanding the full results of a survey that shows poorly maintained surgical devices at Fatima Hospital. / COURTESY FATIMA HOSPITAL

NLRB seeks survey on Fatima Hospital’s medical device maintenance

PROVIDENCE — The National Labor Relations Board is suing Prospect CharterCARE LLC, a joint venture between Prospect Medical Holdings and CharterCARE Health Partners, for...
JOHN J. HOLIVER, CharterCARE Health Partners CEO, was recently elected chairman of the Hospital Association of Rhode Island board of trustees. / COURTESY HARI

HARI elects new board of trustees chair, vice chair

PROVIDENCE – The Hospital Association of Rhode Island has recently welcomed CharterCARE Health Partners CEO John J. Holiver as the newly elected chairman of...
PICTURED FROM LEFT: John Holiver, CEO, CharterCARE Health Partners; Dr. Ira Singer; Dr. Andrea Doyle, Roger Williams Medical Center medical staff president; Dr. Joseph Meharg; and Demetra Ouellette, RWMC president, at the annual CharterCARE Health Partners’ Medical Staff physician reception. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS MEDICAL CENTER

Singer and Meharg presented with 2017 distinguished service award

PROVIDENCE – Dr. Ira Singer and Dr. Joseph “Jody” Meharg were each presented with the 2017 Distinguished Service Award for their many contributions at...
PACE Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tsewang Gyurmey. / COURTESY PACE

PACE, CharterCare partner to keep elders’ doctors during home care

PROVIDENCE —  Some elders with chronic health needs striving to remain in their homes with the help of PACE Organization of Rhode Island’s primary...

PACE Organization of Rhode Island Announces First Community Physician Partnership with...

Providence — January 2018 — PACE Organization of Rhode Island (PACE®) announced it has signed a contract with members of CharterCARE Health Partners through...
STEPHEN DEL SESTO testifies before R.I. Superior Court in 2017. He was appointed to usher the St. Joseph Health Services pension plan through receivership. Max Wistow, who was appointed special counsel, sits at right in the background. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN

Questions continue to surround insolvent St. Joseph pension plan

PROVIDENCE – Barbara A. O’Neil felt angry, heartbroken and duped last month when she heard the pension plan holding her retirement funds had filed...
THE SEVEN GRADUATES from Our Lady of Fatima Hospital's School of Medical Technology, from left: (top row) Randy Vinas, Dakota Donth, Abigail Tubman; (bottom row) Alannah Duffy, Elysha Grant, Lauren Hartnett and Megan Tessier. /COURTESY CHARTERCARE HEALTH PARTNERS

Fatima Hospital graduates med-tech cohort

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Seven students graduated this month from Our Lady of Fatima Hospital’s School of Medical Technology after an intensive yearlong clinical laboratory...
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