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Robert Insoft, MD

Robert Insoft, MD

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Statement from CNE on the Department of Health approval of reverse certificate of need for Memorial Hospital obstetrics unit

We are very appreciative that Rhode Island Department of Health Director (DOH) Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott approved our request to relocate obstetrical services from Memorial Hospital to Women & Infants and Kent hospitals. We know this was not an easy decision and applaud DOH for its diligent process. Details

Southcoast Health, Care New England Move to Next Step in Affiliation Process

In separate actions undertaken by their respective governance Boards, Southcoast Health and Care New England have voted to move forward with the proposed affiliation of the two not-for-profit hospital and healthcare systems. The announcement was made today by Charles R. Reppucci, Board Chair for Care New England, and Jean F. MacCormack, Board Chair for Southcoast Health. Details

More Latinas Seeking Treatment for Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression can be debilitating for moms and devastating for babies. It can rob them both of the ability to connect at a time when that’s crucial. Some data show that Hispanic women are at higher risk for postpartum depression. On this week’s The Pulse, Rhode Island Public Radio’s Kristin Gourlay reports how Women & Infants' Day Program is finding that more of them are seeking help.

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