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CCRI to host symposium on opioid alternatives for pain management

WARWICK – A panel of health experts is set to gather this weekend for the Community College of Rhode Island’s Changing the Culture of...

Five Questions With: Dr. Terrance Healey

Dr. Terrance Healey is a board-certified thoracic radiologist at Rhode Island Medical Imaging. He also serves as director of thoracic radiology at Rhode Island...

2 Butler researchers awarded grants for suicide research

PROVIDENCE – Two Butler Hospital physicians are among a wave of researchers worldwide to receive grants for their work on learning about and preventing...

Surgeon offers trial procedure for fecal incontinence in women

PROVIDENCE – A colorectal surgeon at University Surgical Associates is evaluating a trial procedure to treat fecal incontinence using a system approved by the...
LAB WORK: Dr. Jack A. Elias, a top administrator at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School, is also considered a leader in research designed to be put to use in doctors’ offices and hospitals to improve health outcomes.
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Dr. Jack A. Elias, 25 Over Fifty-five

25 Over Fifty-Five 2019 Award Winner DR. JACK A. ELIAS | Senior vice president for health affairs and dean of medicine and biological sciences,...
TOP OF HIS GAME: Dr. John Murphy is not only in charge of physician affairs at Lifespan Corp., he’s also a professor at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
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Dr. John Murphy, 25 Over Fifty-five

25 Over Fifty-Five 2019 Award Winner DR. JOHN MURPHY | Executive vice president of physician affairs, Lifespan Corp.; Professor of medicine and family medicine,...

Fanale to lead American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s Tour de Cure, an American Diabetes Association event to raise funds to prevent and cure diabetes, will be hosted this...

Ejnes named to American Board of Internal Medicine as chair-elect

CRANSTON – A local internal medicine specialist has been named chair-elect of the American Board of Internal Medicine.Dr. Yul D. Ejnes was among five...
STILL A NO-GO: Despite Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s exhortation to make a deal that would create a full-service, local health care system, the players – Lifespan, Care New England and Brown University – have been unable to reach an agreement.
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Third time no charm for talks to merge Lifespan and CNE

And so the beat goes on.Lifespan Inc. and Care New England Health System have once again ended talks to merge the two hospital systems,...

Five Questions With: Dr. Timothy Flanigan

Dr. Timothy Flanigan is a physician with Brown Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases at Brown Physicians Inc. He treats patients for a variety of infectious...
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