medicine pediatrics primary care center
The Medicine Pediatrics Primary Care Center (MPPCC) was founded in 1998 as a dedicated ambulatory continuity experience. Originally located in the Physicians Office Building on the Rhode Island Hospital campus, the clinic relocated in 2013 to new space in the Washington Park community, 1 mile from the hospital. The shared model practice uses a multidisciplinary approach to care. The dedicated staff works cooperatively to care for our patients. The site offers comprehensive primary care, including preventive care, chronic disease management, and acute care. We co-locate services for behavioral health, diabetes education, HIV care, transgender medicine, long-acting contraception, pediatric heme/onc survivorship, and a refugee resettlement clinic. In 2014, almost 9,000 patients of all ages were seen at the clinic, representing a diversity of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. The MPPCC received NCQA-Level III Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition in 2017.
rhode island hospital
Rhode Island Hospital (RIH) is the principal teaching hospital of Alpert Medical School at Brown University. It is the sole Level 1 trauma center for Rhode Island and serves a catchment area between Boston and New Haven. The hospital’s 64-acre campus includes 33 buildings and 719 hospital beds. RIH is one of only 122 hospitals across the country and the only one in Rhode Island to receive the Consumer Choice Award from the National Research Corporation. It has received this award seven consecutive years. The emergency department, renovated in 2005, has 74 rooms including a chest pain unit and behavioral health unit. With over 105,000 visits per year, it is one of the busiest emergency departments in the northeast. The emergency room is equipped with a cardiac catheterization laboratory, the first of its kind in a New England emergency department. The Comprehensive Cancer Care Center, opened in 2004, provides services to all of Lifespan’s hospitals. The Coro Center houses the Medical Simulation Center as well as the Hallett Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology. Founded to provide care for those unable to pay, the not-for-profit hospital continues its commitment to serving all Rhode Islanders, celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2013. In 1994, RIH and The Miriam Hospital joined to form Lifespan, the state’s largest health care system. Today, the Lifespan hospital system includes Newport and Bradley Hospitals, the Visiting Nurse Association of Rhode Island and Hospice Care of Rhode Island.
the MIRIAM HOSPITAL
The Miriam Hospital (TMH) is a private, not-for-profit hospital, with a history of providing superior patient care. TMH is a major teaching affiliate of Alpert Medical School of Brown University and is committed to being at the forefront of medical research.
TMH has received numerous distinctions and awards. It is certified by The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center, and was the first in Rhode Island to be designated as such. TMH has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Gold or Gold Plus designation for stroke care every year since 2008. The Center for Bariatric Surgery at TMH has been a Center of Excellence in Bariatric Surgery and was reaccredited in 2017 by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP).
TMH has earned the prestigious Magnet Recognition for Nursing Excellence and is one of the very few hospitals in the world to receive Magnet designation continuously for over 20 years. In March 2019, TMH was named among the Top 100 Hospitals in the nation, under the “major teaching hospitals” category, by IBM Watson Health. The hospital has been ranked multiple times as a top regional hospital by U.S. News & World Report. A founding partner of Lifespan, TMH is a comprehensive health care system providing accessible, high-value services to the people of Rhode Island and southern New England.
hasbro children's hospital
Hasbro Children’s Hospital (HCH) is the pediatric division of Rhode Island Hospital, which is the principal teaching hospital of Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Opening its doors in 1994, the hospital was named after its primary founding donors, the Hasbro Toy Company. The hospital is housed in a seven-story building containing 87 beds. It is the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in the state with an average of 6,500 inpatient and 70,000 outpatient visits in a year. Hasbro Children’s Hospital is well-known for its 16 bed pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) as well as the Pediatric Heart Center, Children’s Neurodevelopment Center, and refugee health clinic. The Hasbro Partial Hospital Program is unique in the region as it is the only day-treatment program in New England that treats children with both medical and emotional issues. The Pediatric Primary Care Clinic and other specialty clinics are housed on the lower-level of the hospital.
Hasbro is currently undergoing major state-of-the-art enhancements designed to renovate the PICU, Emergency Department, Hematology/Oncology infusion suites, inpatient and clinic exam rooms, as well as common spaces. Construction is taking place in multiple phases with expected completion by early 2022.
women & infants hospital
Women & Infants Hospital (WIH) of Rhode Island is a Care New England facility and a major teaching affiliate of Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Each year, WIH delivers 8,400 babies making it the eleventh largest stand-alone obstetrical service in the country. In 2009, a complete renovation of the neonatal intensive care unit was done making it the country’s largest single family room neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The hospital itself holds 167 adult beds, 80 neonatal intensive care unit beds, 60 newborn bassinets, and 10 operating rooms. In 2014, the hospital was named a US News Best Children’s Hospitals in Neonatology. WIH is adjacent to the Hasbro Children’s Hospital and connected via a tunnel for easy access.