Kent Hospital Offers Tips to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
With heating season quickly approaching, Kent Hospital's Wound Recovery and Hyperbaric Medicine Center offers a few steps to prevent a tragic carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning in your home or the homes of your friends and family.
Care New England Announces Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgery
Care New England announced today key advances in its minimally invasive surgery (MIS) program, which offers patients a comprehensive array of cutting-edge robotic and laparoscopic surgical procedures at Kent, Memorial and Women & Infants hospitals.
Care New England Offers Comprehensive Surgical Weight Loss Program
Care New England Health System (CNE) has introduced a comprehensive surgical weight loss program offering procedures including the lap band, sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass. The Center for Surgical Weight Loss at Care New England is aimed at helping patients who suffer from obesity and other weight-related diseases obtain optimal weight and a healthier lifestyle.
Care New England Cardiovascular Care Welcomes New Cardiologist
Care New England Cardiovascular Care announced today the addition of a new cardiologist to its medical staff.Ashish Shah, MD, FACC will join the Brigham and Women's Cardiovascular Associates at Care New England, further enhancing its growing cardiovascular service line. Dr. Shah will provide services at both Kent and Memorial hospitals.
Wound Care Kent's Wound Recovery and Hyperbaric Medicine Center located in Warwick, Rhode Island has eased the struggle for many individuals seeking chronic wound care. Using the latest techniques, including the area’s largest hyperbaric oxygen chambers (HBO), a team of medical, surgical and nursing professionals assesses and treats wound conditions including peripheral vascular disease, diabetes, trauma, cancer, ostomy, burns and other concerns.
Kids Choose to be Healthy is an 8-week program focusing on nutrition and fitness education. The program promotes healthier lifestyle choices for overweight children and children who are at risk for becoming overweight. For more information, call Pamela Hill at 401-737-7010, ext. 1237.