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Five Questions With: Dr. Philip Salko

Dr. Philip Salko was named president of the Rhode Island Academy of Family Physicians in March. A member of University Orthopedics, Salko specializes in primary...

Warren Alpert Medical School doctors join call to treat gun violence...

PROVIDENCE – Tonight the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University will join medical professionals nationally calling for a public health response to gun...

Howard honored for leadership by American Psychological Association

PROVIDENCE – The American Psychological Association recently presented Margaret Howard, division director of the Center for Women’s Behavioral Health and director of the Day...

Lokich joins women’s oncology program at Women & Infants Hospital

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Medical Group has announced the addition of gynecologic oncologist Dr. Elizabeth Lokich to the hospital system’s team, practicing at...

Patterson presented with Charles ‘Bud’ Kahn, M.D., Lifetime Leadership Award

PROVIDENCE – Dr. Robert Patterson, a vascular surgeon affiliated with The Miriam Hospital and a clinical professor of surgery at the Warren Alpert Medical...
DR. JOSIAH RICH will be the pricipal investigator at the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence on Opioids and Overdose at Rhode Island Hospital. The COBRE project has been granted $11.8 million in a phase I grant from the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences. / COURTESY LIFESPAN

R.I. Hospital receives $11.8M federal grant to establish opioid research center

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Hospital has received an $11.8 million federal grant to address the opioid epidemic by establishing the Center of Biomedical Research...

University Orthopedics provides 210 free exams to student athletes

PROVIDENCE – University Orthopedics welcomed hundreds of families to its new Kettle Point Medical Center Aug. 4 for its 21st annual free Fall Sports Pre-Participation...
BETTER ­RANKINGS: Shayla Durfey, third-year medical student at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is a co-author of a study that finds that federal rankings for cost-saving Medicare Advantage Plans improve when adjusted for race, neighborhood poverty and social risk.  
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MICHAEL SALERNO

Brown study: Adjusting Medicare Advantage Plan scores for race, poverty a...

Federal rankings for cost-saving Medicare Advantage Plans improve when adjusted for race, neighborhood poverty and social risk, increasing reimbursement rates for companies offering them,...
UNIVERSITY ORTHOPEDICS is offering free fall pre-participation exams to student athletes at its Kettle Point facility in East Providence. / COURTSEY JH COMMUNICATIONS

University Orthopedics offering students free sports physical exams

PROVIDENCE – University Orthopedics is offering student athletes free appointments for fall sports pre-participation physical exams for the 21st consecutive year.The regional referral center...

Jenouri named Miriam’s 2018 Outstanding Physician of the Year

PROVIDENCE – Dr. Ilse Jenouri has been named the 2018 Charles C. J. Carpenter, M.D., Outstanding Physician of the Year at The Miriam Hospital.Jenouri...
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