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Upper Gastrointestinal Multidisciplinary Clinic

The Upper Gastrointestinal Multidisciplinary Clinic at Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital aims to improve the experience of patients with cancers of the upper GI tract by coordinating the care given them by a team of doctors at the clinic so as to streamline the process and reduce stress on the patient.


Outpatient Dialysis Program at Rhode Island Hospital

Rhode Island Hospital’s outpatient dialysis program cares for patients with chronic kidney disease. Learn more about the program, which includes a new, state of the art dialysis center in East Providence.


Early Childhood Outpatient Program

Rebecca Silver, PhD, discusses the Early Childhood research and services department.


Seasonal Depression

Stephanie Hartselle, MD, director of child psychiatry emergency services at Hasbro Children's Hospital, explains the warning signs of seasonal depression in kids and what parents can do.


Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgery

Lindsay Goodman, MD, an ob/gyn physician with Newport Hospital, talks about the benefits of minimally invasive surgery when treating certain gynecological conditions.


Emergency Department Sees a Future with Google Glass

Paul Porter, MD, a physician in the Rhode Island Hospital department of emergency medicine, explains a feasibility study using a stripped-down, HIPAA-compliant version of Google Glass to provide patients with an audio-visual dermatological consultation in real time.


Red Sox Trophy and Wally Visit

Red Sox Trophy and Wally Visit Flash 65454 Boston Red Sox mascot, Wally brings the 2013 World Series trophy to Hasbro Children's Hospital.


Treating Pelvic Floor Disorders

Treating Pelvic Floor Disorders Flash


Healing Arts Program

Healing Arts Program. Maegan Gubata, Art Therapist at Bradley Hospital, talks about the Healing Arts Program.

Learn more about the Healing Arts Program.


Amanda Robidoux

Meet Amanda Robidoux, featured patient at the Elmo Red Tie Ball.


New Years Resolution: Quit Smoking

Ronnesia Gaskins, PhD, from the Centers for Behavioral and Preventative Medicine, suggests some basic tips to successfully quit smoking.


Frostbite Facts

David Harrington, MD, director of the Rhode Island Burn Center, discusses frostbite.


Rhode Island Hospital Launches Emergency Medicine Program in Rwanda

Adam Levine, MD, an emergency physician at Rhode Island Hospital, discusses his experiences developing an emergency medicine training program in Rwanda.


Make Your Holidays Merry and Bright and Safe

Dina Morrissey, MD, MPH, program coordinator of the Injury Prevention Center at Hasbro Children's Hospital discusses safety tips parents should keep in mind when decorating for the holidays.


Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Research at Rhode Island Hospital

Research has always been an important part of Rhode Island Hospital's mission. Peter Snyder, PhD, senior vice president and chief research officer, and Frank Sellke, MD, chief of cardiothoracic surgery, comment on the hospital's research history and present-day endeavors.


150 Years of Glioblastoma: Inaugural Scott Wang, MD Lectureship 2013

Peter Burger, MD, director of oncologic neuropathology at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, delivered the inaugural Scott Wang lecture in neuro-oncology on September 11, 2013. The lecture covered the history of glioblastoma, the most common malignant brain tumor. This event was sponsored by a gift to the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute from Scott Wang, MD who served 20 years as the Newport Hospital chair of pathology.


Helping Your Child Develop Healthy Emotions and Behaviors

Christine Low, PhD, a psychologist in Early Childhood Research and Services at Bradley Hospital, talks about developing healthy emotions and behaviors in young children.


Superheroes Visit

Captain America, Superman and Spiderman pay a visit to the patients at Hasbro Children's Hospital.


Recognizing the Signs of Bullying

Stephanie Hartselle, MD, director of Child Psychiatry Emergency Services at Bradley Hospital, describes the signs of bullying and offers helpful tips.


Kicking the Habit: Tips for Quitting Smoking

Ernestine Jennings, PhD, researcher at the Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The Miriam Hospital, talks about the psychological factors of smoking, common methods of quitting and current research.

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