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DIVERSIFIED: Kevin Sheahan, left, and David Sheahan are the owners of Sheahan Printing in Woonsocket, a multigenerational, family-owned printing company that has transitioned to making face shields. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Woonsocket printer displays new COVID-19-inspired skill

For three generations, Sheahan Printing Corp. has ­focused on the commercial printing needs of its business and nonprofit customers, everything from rack cards and...
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Dr. RICHARD LIM, 38

40 Under Forty 2019 winner: Dr. RICHARD LIM | 38 PHYSICIAN, ATWOOD MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, OUR LADY OF FATIMA HOSPITAL, ELEANOR SLATER HOSPITAL, KENT HOSPITAL, SOUTH COUNTY...
CHARTERCARE HEALTH PARTNERS IS CLOSING the St. Joseph School of Nursing, citing enrollment and tuition issues. / COURTESY OUR LADY OF FATIMA HOSPITAL

CharterCARE closes St. Joseph School of Nursing

NORTH PROVIDENCE – CharterCARE Health Partners announced that it will permanently close the St. Joseph School of Nursing this year after 117 years of...
ATTORNEY STEPHEN DEL SESTO has applied to have the the St. Joseph's pension plan subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. The plan previously had been exempt as a "Church Plan." He and the plan are awaiting a decision on the application. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

St. Joseph’s receiver tries to gain federal pension guarantee in unprecedented...

PROVIDENCE – The receiver for the St. Joseph’s Retirement Benefit Fund, Stephen Del Sesto, a partner at Pierce Atwood LLC, has applied to have...
MORE THAN 2,700 current and former workers at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital were affected by the St. Joseph's Health Services of Rhode Island Retirement Plan's funding problems. Above, Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence. / COURTESY OUR LADY OF FATIMA HOSPITAL

General Assembly OKs bill encouraging quick settlement of St. Joseph pension...

PROVIDENCE — The General Assembly has passed legislation preventing members of the collapsed St. Joseph Health Services pension plan who settle with one of...

St. Joseph pension plan receiver names Roman Catholic Diocese, Prospect CharterCare...

PROVIDENCE – Stephen Del Sesto, court-appointed receiver for the collapsed St. Joseph Health Services pension plan, filed suits in R.I. Superior Court and U.S. District...

Top Doctors List names 279 local physicians to ranks for 2017-18

PROVIDENCE – About 279 physicians in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., have been named by their peers to the Top Doctors List for...
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND REHABILITATION CENTER at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence was recently reaccredited for three years by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

Southern New England Rehabilitation Center reaccredited for 3 years

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Southern New England Rehabilitation Center has been reaccredited for three years by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. CARF, an international...
DR. PETER DEBLASIO JR., an ophthalmologist at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence, received the 2017 Distinguished Service Award at the annual CharterCARE Health Partners’ Medical Staff physician reception on Dec. 11. Pictured from left at the event: John Holiver, CEO, CharterCARE Health Partners; Dr. Joseph Mazza, medical staff president, Fatima Hospital; DeBlasio; and David Kobis, president, Fatima Hospital. / COURTESY CHARTERCARE HEALTH PARTNERS

DeBlasio accepts 2017 Distinguished Service Award

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Dr. Peter DeBlasio Jr., an ophthalmologist who has been on staff at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital for more than 35...
FURTHER STUDY: Dr. Gregory D. Jay, owner of Lubris LLC, has been investigating lubricin, a glycoprotein recently licensed to Novartis for use as a dry-eye treatment. Jay is looking into lubricin’s potential as a treatment for damaged joints and abdominal scarring prevention.  / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

R.I. hospitals’ dilemma: Nurture innovation or be downsized by it

Medical innovation saves and improves otherwise desperate lives and lends prestige to the hospitals nurturing it, while attracting new patients, funding, and top researchers...

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