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PROTHERA BIOLOGICS has been awarded a two-year $1.9 million Phase II grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the potential of a new test to assess prognosis of infants who have or might develop sepsis and necrotizing entercolitis.

ProThera receives $1.9M NIH grant for infant-assessment test research

PROVIDENCE – ProThera Biologics Inc. has been awarded a two-year $1.9 million Phase II grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the...

R.I. Cancer Summit speakers to discuss gynecologic cancers, cancer in LGBTQ...

PROVIDENCE – The 13th annual Rhode Island Cancer Summit will host three keynote speakers who plan to focus on gynecologic cancers and cancer in...

Hospital Association of Rhode Island recognizes 9 ‘Hospital Heroes’

PROVIDENCE – Nine employees from the Hospital Association of Rhode Island’s member hospitals were named “heroes” recently for their job performance and dedication to...

Women & Infants nurse honored for work in Mother-Baby Unit

PROVIDENCE – A nurse at Women & Infants Hospital has been recognized for her work with new mothers and their babies.Cassandra White, a registered...
HELPING HANDS: Erin Flaherty, left, a newly hired nurse at Kent County Memorial Hospital, practices inserting an IV as registered nurse Karen Wholey, middle, and Nurse Director Nicole Hebert offer advice. 
 / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Experienced nurses can be hard to find

For nearly four years, Erin Flaherty worked as a nurse in a Warwick urgent-care clinic. The job was rewarding but offered no chance of...
DR. C. JAMES SUNG has been appointed executive chief of pathology and laboratory medicine at Care New England. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

Sung to head CNE’s pathology and laboratory department

PROVIDENCE – Care New England has announced that its interim chief of pathology and laboratory medicine has been appointed head of the department.Dr. C....

Mystic Aquarium partners with Women & Infants as seal pup’s birth...

PROVIDENCE – Pearl the harbor seal’s new pup is expected to make an appearance sometime early next month at Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Conn.In...

Women & Infants earns nursing excellence recognition

PROVIDENCE – The Fertility Center at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island has been named a Nursing Center of Excellence by the Nurses’...

Care New England graduates 23 from advanced nursing degree program

PROVIDENCE – Twenty-three nurses from across Care New England Health System graduated from the University of Rhode Island’s College of Nursing in the last...
BIGGER IMPACT: Dr. Timothy J. Babineau, a former cancer surgeon, said he used to care for patients one at a time, but now as president and CEO of Lifespan, “I take care of them 10,000 at a time.”
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Babineau: ‘Health care is local’

Dr. Timothy J. Babineau misses seeing patients, but as Lifespan Corp.’s president and CEO for the past seven years, the former cancer surgeon has...
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