South County Hospital

What's New?

At South County Hospital, we always have something going on, new services to offer, and interesting tidbits that we like to share. Below you'll find articles of interest.

01/18/17 - Q&A with Medical Oncologist Dr. Tina Rizack, MD, MPH

In January 2017, Tina Rizack, MD, MPH, joined South County Oncology/Hematology, providing patient care at the South County Health Cancer Center.

01/16/17 - Native American roots alive and well in South County Hospital delivery Women and Newborn Care Unit plays host to unique, culturally traditional cradle board
01/13/17 - South County Health offering prenatal yoga series

Prenatal Yoga classes provide a safe, peaceful and supportive environment for expectant mothers and are a wonderful way to connect with other mothers-to-be. Registration is required. Space limited.

01/12/17 - Local Hope Valley resident brought back on his feet with South County Health Paul Wilms found independence again after two strokes with the Community Health Team.
01/06/17 - South County Health names 2016 Volunteer of the Year

The 2016 Volunteer of the Year has logged an impressive 3,000 since he began volunteering in 2004.

01/06/17 - South County Medical Group Family Medicine earns national recognition for patient-centered care East Greenwich office earns Level 3 recognition, most rigorous in metrics, reporting and quality measures
12/22/16 - Wound Care nurse honored with DAISY Award

The DAISY Award is part of an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses every day.

12/22/16 - Experience the healthy benefits of cooking with legumes

FREE LECTURE: On Thursday, January 19, 2017, South County Health will present a free healthy cooking demonstration and nutrition discussion on Pulses – the delicious little superfoods with a big health benefit.

12/20/16 - Protect your home and family against cancer-causing radon

FREE LECTURE on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 on what radon gas is, its cancer-causing effects, how it gets into homes, and how people can safeguard themselves against exposure.

12/19/16 - Year-end-giving: Your tax-deductible gift will be used to save or enhance the life of someone in our community – perhaps someone you know. Every dollar you give to South County Health stays right here in southern Rhode Island.