In 1969, Providence Lying-In Hospital (now Women & Infants Hospital), Memorial, Rhode Island, and Roger Williams hospitals signed formal agreements with Brown University to become teaching hospitals. Butler Hospital signed its own agreement in 1972. Today, CNE hospitals are vital partners in the education of hundreds of medical students and residents each year.
The partnerships include:
Each school year, approximately one quarter of the residents and fellows enrolled at Brown are based at CNE hospitals. Through our hospitals, Brown offers fellowships in:
CNE hospitals provide stipends to residents and fellows while in training and receive no compensation from Brown for providing the clinical setting. The hospitals do, however, receive compensation for medical students and reimbursement from Medicare.