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Investing in the bricks and mortar of better health care

It has been nearly two years since ground was broken for the new Neighborhood Health Station in the smallest city in Rhode Island, with native daughter Viola Davis lending a shovel, offering a message of hope and perseverance to the residents of the city, one that seemed to reflect the dialogue from one of Davis’s memorable characters from “The Help” – you are smart, you are important, you are kind.

Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station receives $100K donation

The Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station project has received a $100,000 matching donation from Teknor Apex CEO Jonathan Fain, according to Blackstone Valley Community Health Care Tuesday.

On Monday, members of the Rhode Island business community came together for a breakfast event to learn about the vision and goals of the Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station.

Weiss: Keynote Address - Fine Calls for Community Health Stations in Every RI Community

Last week, the Rhode Island Minority Elder Task Force (RIMETF) held a Health and Wellness Fair at the Cape Verdean Progressive Center in East Providence to put a spotlight on minority health care needs.   

Dr. Michael Fine, a primary care physician who formerly was the state’s Health Director, and now serves as Senior Population Health and Clinical Officer at the Blackstone Valley Community Health Care, Inc., gave the keynote address, calling for an overhaul of America’s ailing health care delivery system.

The evolution in health care will not be televised

It was the biggest story in the Biggest Little that was not covered by the news media last week: the tangible emergence of Rhode Island as a national leader in providing innovative health care delivery at the community level, from the ground up.

Neighborhood Health Station grows up in Central Falls

CENTRAL FALLS – This week, Central Falls will kick off its annual restaurant week, “A World of Flavors in One Square Mile,” with some 18 establishments offering luncheon specials for $7.99 and dinner specials for $14.99, running from Aug. 28 through Sept. 3, the latest in a series of community events promoting the rebirth of the smallest urban center in Rhode Island.

C.F. High Has New Outlook On Health

The neighborhood health station at Central Falls High School, which provides health and medical care for students, is considered to be an opportunity to build a culture of health for the school and city as a whole.