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Bank Rhode Island recently provided a $5.6 million construction loan to assist with the acquisition and development of nearly four acres of land in Westerly, which is slated to become a medical office building. more
For nearly 35 years, Alexander's Uniforms has rolled with the changes in medical-uniform retailing. The company purchased by Joan and Michael Gentili in 1980 first moved from downtown Providence to the retail center of Warwick, then it took … more
Dr. John Luo hates not having answers for people. When doing his clinical training at a North Smithfield practice, he tried to help patients navigate through the health-insurance process, particularly the elderly who had many questions … more
Women & Infants’ Sandra Salzillo, a licensed clinician with the Program in Women’s Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, will serve on the faculty for an international trauma treatment conference being held in Mystic, Conn. more
New cholesterol-lowering medications that could help patients lower their risk of developing heart disease and other associated ailments are raising questions within the local health care industry about cardiac-care guidelines. The Federal … more
Four certified nurse midwives at Women & Infants Hospital recently received the Clinical Star Award recognizing 25 or more years of service each as well as excellence and mentoring in their profession. more
Southcoast Health recently celebrated the opening of the Harold and Virginia Lash Heart and Vascular Center at Charlton Memorial Hospital. more
South County Health is the new name of the health care system associated with South County Hospital. more
Rhode Island Health Insurance Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Hittner turned the screws a little tighter last month to force lower medical costs and more-efficient care by the state's doctors and hospitals. Amendments to the Affordable Standards … more
As outcomes become an increasingly important metric in health care, access to primary care becomes ever more necessary, despite a shortage of primary care physicians. Into the breach steps the easy-access movement, personified most clearly … more
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