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Jeannine Giovanni, MD

Jeannine Giovanni, MD

Jeannine Giovanni, MD

Jeannine Giovanni, MD

Jeannine Giovanni, MD, is director of bariatric surgery at Care New England. She has performed more than 2,000 laparoscopic bariatric procedures and hosts surgical weight loss information sessions monthly at Kent and Memorial hospitals.

Phone: 401-736-3731

Announcements

Two Care New England Doctors Earn $11.1 Million Combined to Participate in National ECHO Study

Two Care New England hospitals – Memorial Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital – are among 35 pediatric cohorts who will together enroll more than 50,000 children to study the early environmental origins of health outcomes. The initial award to Memorial is a two-year grant of $6.2 million, and $4.9 million over two years to Women & Infants. Pending successful completion of this “feasibility phase,” an additional five years of funding is expected to be available. Details

The Providence Center Introduces New Nursing Advancement Initiative

The Providence Center (TPC) recently rolled out the Nursing Clinical Advancement Program, a four-stage scaled curriculum that recognizes and rewards nurses for professional growth. The program is designed to help nurses advance their practice through leadership incentives and skill development while remaining at TPC. Details

Man Travels from Thailand to Memorial for Sleep Expert

Eden Weinmann hadn’t had a good night’s sleep in 30 years. Scoliosis arcs his spine into a dramatic 103-degree curve, making it difficult to breathe when he would lie down to sleep. When he did drift off, the curvature triggered gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD), high blood pressure and a pressing need to urinate several times a night, all of which would disrupt his rest. Details

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