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THE RHODE ISLAND Fire Safety Code Board of Appeal and Review will require Care New England to maintain its Memorial Hospital site as part of the hospital’s closure plan. /COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND.

CNE required to maintain Memorial Hospital building as part of closure...

PROVIDENCE — Care New England’s plan to board up the former Memorial Hospital with 750 sheets of plywood and shut off power to the...
CARE NEW ENGLAND reported an $803,605 operational gain for the third quarter of fiscal 2018.

CNE reports $804K FY18 Q3 operational gain

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System reported operational income in its fiscal third quarter of $803,605, an improvement on an operational loss of...
CHARTERCARE HEALTH PARTNERS has made an offer for Care New England's Memorial Hospital building, where it intends to restore services, starting with the emergency room. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

CharterCARE makes undisclosed offer for Memorial Hospital

PAWTUCKET — Two months after CharterCARE proposed investing $10 million to restore emergency room services at the former Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island building,...
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...
CARE NEW ENGLAND reported fewer losses in the second quarter of fiscal 2018 following the closure of Memorial Hospital.

CNE touts turnaround with $4.4M operational gain without Memorial

PROVIDENCE – Care New England’s fiscal 2018 second-quarter report shows a $7 million operating loss including the shuttered, financially troubled Memorial Hospital of Rhode...

R.I. ranks third in Leapfrog hospital safety guide with 5 A-rated...

PROVIDENCE – Five of eight Rhode Island hospitals rated by The Leapfrog Group won A ratings from the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, earning the...
THE UNIVERISTY OF RHODE ISLAND received a $1 million gift from the Eleanor F. and Edward W. Barlow estate to create the Eleanor F. Barlow Nursing Scholarship Endowment. / COURTESY URI

URI receives $1M gift to start nursing scholarship

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island has received a $1 million gift to provide scholarships for students of the College of Nursing,...
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...

Baziotis sworn in as YMCA of Pawtucket board of directors president

DR. PETER BAZIOTIS, an anesthesiologist who has practiced medicine for more than 20 years, recently was sworn in as president of the YMCA of...
CARE NEW ENGLAND reported an operating loss of $33.7 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2018, noting Memorial Hospital's closure was a major factor in the loss.

Care New England shows revenue growth, but reports $33.7M operating loss

PROVIDENCE – Care New England released its FY 2018 first quarter report Thursday, showing an operating loss of $33.7 million and a loss of...
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