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Focus  Humanitarian
Region  New England
Website  http://www.carene.org
Number of employees  8,000
Location  Providence
Method  Aid
CEO  Dennis D. Keefe
Founded  1996
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Mission  To help transform the future of health care, providing a leading voice in the ongoing effort to ensure the health of the individuals and communities we serve.
Headquarters  Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Similar  South County Hospital, Roger Williams Medical, Landmark Medical Center, Bryant University, Roger Williams University
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Care New England (CNE) is a non-profit health system, comprising several hospitals in Rhode Island. Founding members Butler Hospital, Kent Hospital & Women and Infants Hospital of Rhode Island formed CNE in February 1996. Based in Providence, Care New England serves the southeastern New England community and many of its hospitals are teaching affiliates of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

Current members of Care New England include:

  • Butler Hospital
  • Kent Hospital
  • Memorial Hospital
  • Women & Infants
  • VNA of Care New England
  • Care New England Wellness Center
  • Care New England Health System (CNE) was formed in February 1996 by founding members Butler Hospital, Kent Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island. Based in Providence, Rhode Island, Care New England serves the southeastern New England community.

    In June 1999, Kent County Visiting Nurse Association became a member of the Care New England family, and later that year announced its name change to VNA of Care New England. In 2000, HealthTouch, Inc., a private duty nursing service, joined the division. In 2013, Memorial Hospital, a community hospital in Pawtucket, RI joined as well.

    References

    Care New England Wikipedia


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