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CNE Releases Fiscal Year 2019 Q2 Results
Care New England (CNE) has announced that in the second quarter of Fiscal Year 2019 (Jan - March 2019), its obligated group (CNE operating units excluding Memorial Hospital) reported a $4.6 million loss from operations due primarily to a $5.4 million loss at Women & Infants Hospital, because of volume decline in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). However, Butler Hospital, Kent Hospital, and the VNA of Care New England had positive second quarter gains of $3.2 million collectively. Year-to-date, the obligated group experienced a $3 million loss from operations, $.6 million below budget. Details

Nurses Graduate from RN to BS Program
Twenty-three nurses from across Care New England recently graduated from the URI College of Nursing. Deborah M. O’Brien, BS, RN, MPA, senior vice president of nursing for Care New England and president and chief operating officer at The Providence Center, offered opening remarks at the graduation. Details

Care New England Physicians Named to Rhode Island Monthly's Top Docs 2019
Nearly 50 physicians with privileges at Care New England hospitals have been named to Rhode Island Monthly’s 2019 list of Top Docs in Rhode Island. The list appears in the May issue, now on newsstands, and features Dr. Katherine McCleary, from Care New England Medical Group Family Medicine – Lincoln, on the cover. The physicians awarded this distinction represent a range of providers who are employed as part of the Care New England Medical Group or have privileges at a Care New England facility. Details