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Centreville Bank donates $412K to organizations in R.I. and Conn.

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank through its charitable foundation recently donated $412,400 to 15 organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut, according to a news...

Five Questions With: Dr. Micaela Weaver

Dr. Micaela Weaver is a fellowship-trained breast surgeon at Women & Infants Hospital and Kent County Memorial Hospital and a clinical instructor of surgery...

Five Questions With: Dr. Jordan Hebert

Dr. Jordan Hebert is the new medical director of robotic surgery at Kent County Memorial Hospital. Hebert specializes in minimally invasive surgery, with expertise...

R.I. escalates efforts to contain monkeypox

Treating a cough or sore throat used to be a lot simpler. But since the COVID-19 outbreak more than two years ago, common symptoms...

Sherri Sprague

2022 40 Under Forty Awards Sherri Sprague, 38 Associate chief nursing officer, Kent County Memorial Hospital How has COVID-19 changed your industry? COVID-19 has caused us...

Five Questions With: Dr. Paari Gopalakrishnan

Dr. Paari Gopalakrishnan, Kent County Memorial Hospital’s president and chief operating officer, was named to the position in April after years of serving in...

Care New England marketing picks up 3 communications awards

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System’s marketing department has earned honors for three separate efforts from a regional group that annually spotlights outstanding...
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...

3 R.I. hospitals earn ‘A’ safety grade, 4 others get ‘C’...

PROVIDENCE – Three hospitals in Rhode Island have earned an “A” grade, while four others received a “C” from a national watchdog organization that...
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...
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