Patients Benefit from Caregiver Involvement in Discharge
New Butler Hospital research study results show family caregivers involvement in hospitalization and discharge greatly
influences patient experience and health outcomes.
Should Pregnant Women Eat Fish?
To eat fish or not to eat fish? That is the question for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Dr. Katharine Wenstrom clarifies this complicated issue in a Viewpoint in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Details
Helping Families to be "Conversation Ready"
To help raise awareness around end-of-life care issues, Care New England has developed a wealth of information regarding palliative and hospice care, including videos Q&As with “conversation ready” clinicians and with Kim Hogg, who discussed the proactive approach that helped her family cope prior to her mother passing away earlier this year. We've also created a “Conversation” info graphic focused on how to start these difficult discussions.
Care New England Offers Comprehensive Surgical Weight Loss Program
Care New England Health System (CNE) has introduced a comprehensive surgical weight loss program offering procedures including the lap band, sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass. The Center for Surgical Weight Loss at Care New England is aimed at helping patients who suffer from obesity and other weight-related diseases obtain optimal weight and a healthier lifestyle.
Reproduction and Infertility
Women & Infants’ Center for Reproduction and Infertility has one of the most successful in vitro fertilization (IVF) programs in the nation. Our physicians and staff care for patients with infertility, endometriosis, fallopian tube damage, menstrual or hormonal problems and more.
Adolescent Behavioral Health
Butler's Adolescent Treatment Unit is a 14-bed co-educational inpatient program for adolescents requiring intervention, stabilization, evaluation, and treatment for psychiatric or behavioral problems.
Since 1951, Kent Hospital's experienced and licensed rehabilitation therapists have helped to provide independence and productive lives for those recovering from MS, Parkinson's Disease and stroke.
Kids Choose to be Healthy
Kids Choose to be Healthy is an 8-week program focusing on nutrition and fitness education. The program promotes healthier lifestyle choices for overweight children and children who are at risk for becoming overweight. For more information, call Pamela Hill at 401-737-7010, ext. 1237.