The Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island is a 294-bed community hospital serving the Blackstone Valley of Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. The hospital is a teaching affiliate of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the chief site for the medical school's primary care academic program housed in the Center for Primary Care.
Our main campus is in Pawtucket, RI, and our affiliates provide primary and ambulatory care services in Pawtucket and Central Falls and in Plainville, MA. Memorial Hospital also has a state-of-the-art cancer and cardiovascular treatment facility in Pawtucket.
An essential resource in achieving our mission is the medical expertise provided by our competent and caring professional staff. We strive to achieve the timely and efficient delivery of care in a compassionate atmosphere.
OUR VISION to excel as a primary health care network and community teaching hospital requires us to:
- Continuously improve the quality, maximize the value, and expand access to patient services
- Build a learning organization by creating an environment and structures to foster role development
- Support research efforts and translate research findings into standards that measure and improve patient care for high volume and/or underserved, vulnerable populations within our community.
Our organizational VALUES emphasize individual contributions and a team approach that foster: