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Emergency Department receives Level 3 certification for opioid care

William Sabina, MD, Chief of Emergency Medicine, and Steven Juchnik, BSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Services Director, were recognized at a meeting of the Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force, a group initiated by Governor Gina Raimondo to ensure that best practices in the treatment of opioid-use disorder are in place at emergency departments and hospitals throughout the state.

The Signs & Symptoms of Lyme Disease

South County Health Talks

Lyme disease doesn't always have the telltale bull's-eye rash.

You shouldn't venture outdoors, particularly into wooded areas, until you learn more about tick-borne diseases, their symptoms and ways to protect yourself.

Dr. Fred Silverblatt will discuss the many signs & symptoms that go along with tick-borne diseases.  The best protection for you and your family is learning what to look for.


We've got your back

South County Health Talks

Join South County Health for a FREE lecture presented by spine specialist  Dr. Ian Madom. He will help answer your questions such as:
  • How do I know when my pain is bad enough to go see a doctor?
  • Are there things I can do on my own to control the pain?
  • Is surgery the only option to fix the problem?
  • What treatments are available to me for back pain?
Youth Mental Health Diversion Project

Statistics show that Washington County has the highest suicide rate in the state.  Louis Giancola, President & CEO of South County Health, joined The Rhode Show to talk about the crisis in Washington County and the programs that have been developed to address the issue.


Health eCooking: Spice Cookies

The flavors of fall come together in these tasty spice cookies. This low calorie cookie is a healthy autumn treat that's delicious any time of year.

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