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Groov-Pin earns 2021 employee wellness program certification

PROVIDENCE – Groov-Pin Corp. of Smithfield earned a silver certification from Wellness Workdays, a corporate wellness company based in Hingham, Mass. Groov-Pin manufactures grooved pins...
INDEPENDENT-MINDED: Aaron Robinson, CEO and president of South County Health, acknowledges that the COVID-19 pandemic has put a big strain on the small, independent health care company. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Amid hospital mergers, some still going it alone

Our Lady of Fatima Hospital. Landmark Medical Center. Westerly Hospital. Memorial Hospital. Over the last decade, mergers, acquisitions, affiliations and closures have consumed all but...
AT THE READY: Julia Tiberi, CVS pharmacy manager in Cumberland, prepares a dose of the flu vaccine. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Flu season made more complex by COVID-19

State health officials and health care providers are bracing for a flu season that may further test a Rhode Island health care system already...

HARI looks to improve maternal health for Black women across Rhode...

PROVIDENCE – After news broke last year that Black women experienced severe maternal morbidity at nearly twice the rate of white women throughout Rhode...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS recognized 21 companies and organizations Thursday in a virtual ceremony for the 2020 Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards program.

PBN’s 2020 Healthiest Employers awards: CBIZ, South County Health, Children’s Friend...

PROVIDENCE – A professional business services provider, a health care organization and a nonprofit specializing in supporting children all received top billing Thursday in...
FUN RUN: South County Health staffers, from left, Claire Mathews, Jill Niedman, Dr. Rob Gianfranco, Christine Stout, Paige Damle, and Mathews’ son, Jaxson, participated in the health care providers’ inaugural Centennial 5K last year to help raise money for its cardiac rehab center. / COURTESY SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH

South County Health makes it a point to maintain staff well-being

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards 2020 | 500-1,499 EMPLOYEES 1. South County Health |Aaron Robinson, CEO and president | Number of employees: 779 SOUTH...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has named 21 honorees for its 2020 Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards program.

PBN names 2020 Healthiest Employers honorees

PROVIDENCE – Twenty-one companies and organizations have been named as honorees in Providence Business News 2020 Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards program. The companies,...
BRANCHING OUT: Kinder Industries owner Phillip Kinder displays the face shield and mask that his company recently started producing for health care workers and commercial orders. In the background, head seamstress Misuk Toppa cuts strips for enclosure panels that are going to Regata Place in Newport. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Kinder Industries shielded from a shutdown

For two weeks after the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Rhode Island, the phone stopped ringing at Kinder Industries Inc. in Bristol. The manufacturer of...

Five Questions With: Dr. Joseph Renzulli II

Dr. Joseph Renzulli II, South County Health’s chief of urology, has conducted extensive research into ways to reduce or entirely eliminate the use of...
CLOSE COORDINATION: Dr. David Bourassa, right, chief medical officer for Thundermist Health Center, speaks with medical assistant Aminata Gassama. Bourassa said primary care doctors can coordinate a patient’s care better than a CVS MinuteClinic because they know a patient’s medical history.

Docs worry CVS clinics coming between them, patients

When it comes to minor health care issues, scheduling a doctor’s office visit can sometimes be more of a headache than many people can...

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