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Dr. Paul E. Morrissey, associate professor of surgery at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is program director of the division of organ transplantation at Rhode Island Hospital. Morrissey, who maintains a private practice at University Surgical Associates, talked with Providence Business News about National Organ Donation Month, which occurs in April, his work as a transplant surgeon and the need for organ donors. more
Dr. Robert Leonard, chief surgeon and founder of Leonard Hair Transplant Associates, recently received the Laurence E. Bouchard Outstanding Service Award from the Rhode Island Society of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons for his exceptional dedication and years of service. more
The Alzheimer’s Association Rhode Island chapter will host seven-hour training sessions to prepare attendees who are already familiar with Alzheimer’s and dementia care to train direct care staff in a wide array of care settings. more
The Oncology Nursing Society’s Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts chapter named Leah Arsenault, oncology nurse navigator at South County Health, the 2016 Oncology Nurse of the Year. She received the award in March at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. more
The Miriam Hospital reported recently that Becker’s Hospital Review named it as one of 53 hospitals across the country with the lowest heart attack mortality rates. It is the only hospital in Rhode Island to have a 30-day post-myocardial infarction or heart attack mortality rate significantly lower than the national average, placing it among a total of 30 hospitals in the United States with the lowest post-MI mortality. more
More babies are being born with exposure to opioids in Rhode Island, the annual KIDS COUNT Factbook has found. more
Compensation for the chief executive of CVS Health Corp. last year fell slightly to $28.9 million compared with 2014, matching a trend seen among the highest-paid CEOs throughout the country. more
Eight University of Massachusetts technology projects will each receive $25,000 in Tech Development Fund Awards, University of Massachusetts President Martin T. Meehan said Thursday. more
Pfizer Inc. and Allergan PLC agreed to terminate their $160 billion merger, an abrupt end to the largest-ever health-care acquisition as officials in Washington crack down on corporate inversions. more
Andrew G. Campbell, a professor of medical science in Brown University’s Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, has been named the new dean of the university’s Graduate School, effective July 1. more
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