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Featured Physician

Alan L. Gordon, MD

Alan L. Gordon, MD

Alan L. Gordon, MD

Alan Gordon, MD, chief of the Alcohol and Drug Treatment Partial Hospital and Outpatient Detoxification Program at Butler Hospital received his MD degree from the University of Witwatersrand and completed his Residency at Brown University in Providence.

Phone: (401) 455-6439

Announcements

Raimondo, Care New England Announce New Center of Excellence to Combat Opioid Overdose Epidemic

Governor Raimondo and Care New England (CNE) along with CNE members Butler Hospital, The Providence Center, and Continuum Behavioral Health, today announced a new Center of Excellence for opioid addiction that will offer a longer treatment period and access to substance use disorder services. As part of a comprehensive, nationally-recognized action plan, Rhode Island established a Center of Excellence model to provide outpatient treatment for Rhode Islanders suffering from substance use disorder. Centers of Excellence are certified by the State and offer medically assisted treatment (MAT) and additional supportive services. Details

Butler Hospital Holds Annual Fundraiser Benefiting Research

On Tuesday, September 19, 2017, Butler Hospital Foundation hosted a fundraising event, A Gallery Affair II, at the Providence Art Club. Through sponsorships and ticket sales, the event raised more than $88,000 to benefit research. More than 140 guests attended, with a VIP reception hosted prior to the event in the main gallery. Details

CNE President and CEO Dennis Keefe Announces Retirement

Dennis D. Keefe, president and CEO, Care New England Health System (CNE), will be retiring effective December 31, 2017 after serving in the leadership role since August 2011. Effective January 1, 2018, James E. Fanale, MD, who currently serves as executive vice president, chief clinical officer, and chief operating officer of CNE, will become the interim president and CEO of CNE. Following his retirement, Mr. Keefe will serve as a consultant to CNE for up to one year to assist in a smooth transition of leadership and to provide continued assistance on major pending transactions including partnership opportunities with Partners HealthCare and the acquisition of Memorial Hospital by Prime Healthcare Foundation. Details

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Recent Health and Wellness Blog Posts

Dig Deep: Are You Busy, Bored or Balanced?

Finding the right balance of busy and bored—or downtime—can be difficult. Just as Goldilocks did not like her porridge too hot, or too cold, we can apply this same logic to many aspects of life, this dig deep tip can help you find your balance.

Panic Attack vs. Anxiety

Coping With Anxiety or a Panic Attack

Life seems to be full of things that can trigger stress these days. Learn if you are have anxiety or a panic attack and when seek professional care.

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Empowering Women in Recovery

Recovery is possible. But for women, recovery means so much more than just getting sober. Learn about two programs dedicated to women's recovery needs.

What Gives You Peace of Mind?

What Gives You Peace of Mind?

As a proud sponsor of the third annual PeaceLove Studios mental wellness event, “Peace of Mind Storytellers,” Butler Hospital used the peace of mind theme to ask staff and members of the Facebook community what brought them peace of mind.