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Care New England Health System (CNE) was formed in February 1996 by founding members Butler Hospital, Kent Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital.  In February 1999, the Care New England Wellness Center opened in Warwick, RI.  In June 1999, Kent County Visiting Nurse Association became a member of CNE, changing it's name to VNA of Care New England. In 2000, HealthTouch, Inc., a private duty nursing service, joined the division.
Care New England Updates

For the latest news from Care New England, please read our monthly newsletter, CNEWS (July 2014) and recent press releases.
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Recent News Releases

 
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. Details
 
Rhode Islanders Seek Mental Health Care
The unprecedented number of Rhode Islanders seeking mental health care this summer at Butler Hospital may indicate more people are now reaching out for help. Read more about the community need and the adult inpatient overflow unit. Details
 
CNE Talks (Your) Health
Is your life unbusy and balanced? Are you having a difficult time deciding whether or not to breastfeed? Do you know about the silent health threat? Care New Englands' CNE Talks (Your) Health, an enewsletter, has the answers to these questions and more. Sign-up now!
 
CNE Pilots Initiative For Recovery Coaches in Emergency Departments
In an ongoing effort to prevent drug overdose and substance abuse in Rhode Island and the region, The Providence Center, in collaboration with the Rhode Island Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals (BHDDH), will provide on-call recovery coaches for patients in hospital emergency departments across Rhode Island with high rates of accidental opioid overdose. Details
 
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Marketing Communications staff are available weekdays from 8:30 am to 5 pm at 401-681-2815. For inquiries after hours, please page May Kernan, Senior Vice President, at 401-452-4313

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» VNA-Leadership Bios
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