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Top Five Myths About Salt

It’s important to know the facts about salt, the most frequently used seasoning in American diets. Sodium chloride, the chemical term for salt, is an…

Am I Too Old to Be an Organ Donor?

Ted went to renew his driver’s license. At 70, he had to renew in person and take an eye test. As he was completing his…

When Alzheimer’s Disease Strikes in Middle-Age

Two years ago, actress Julianne Moore received the Best Actress Oscar at the Academy Awards for her portrayal of a Columbia University professor who is…
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Rhode Islanders Caring for Fellow Rhode Islanders

We started Health Concepts to care for our neighbors, and, in the process, they’ve cared for us. We’ve been privileged to help thousands of individuals in need of skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation and, in return, they have helped us grow from one small nursing center in 1964 to Rhode Island’s largest skilled nursing provider, employing more than 1,400 Rhode Islanders in 12 nursing centers throughout the state.

Family-owned and operated, we follow the same philosophy today as we did in 1964:  We believe that we have done our job well only when we have provided a level of service that far exceeds the needs and preferences of those we care for.

The Ryan family