March 16, 2022 News
Join us Monday, March 21 at East Providence City Hall from 6pm – 7pm to celebrate survivors, remember those whose lives were lost, support patients and help create awareness of the importance of screening. Learn more about the event here.

June 23, 2021 HealthcareNews

In honor of Juneteenth, Brown Physicians, Inc. is proud to highlight Sherry Walters, a nurse practitioner in the Department of Surgery, and her family. Juneteenth is a nationally recognized holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. As stated by Walter’s sister-in-law, Kilah Walters-Clinton, “Juneteenth gives us an opportunity to celebrate perseverance, resilience, and Black excellence— and that is American excellence.” This day is a reminder for all Americans to reflect on our history, and acknowledge the strides that still must be made. Watch the video below to learn more about the significance of this holiday.

The survey is to gauge perspectives about the vaccine and to determine if there are significant differences in opinion about it among varying populations in the United States. You can learn more through the story here. If you are at least 18 and live in the US, please take a few minutes to take this anonymous survey offered in several languages.

March 15, 2021 HealthcareNews
“We need to get people aware that they should seek assistance and support when they’re having symptoms and certainly to get screened when they are asymptomatic so that we can detect cancer early,” said Dr. Harlan Rich, medical director of the Brown Medicine Endoscopy Center.
For more coverage about the Colon Cancer awareness event, you can read about it on WPRI and

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