Bradley Hospital

Founded in 1931, Bradley Hospital, located in East Providence, RI, was the nation’s first psychiatric hospital devoted exclusively for children and adolescents. It remains a nationally recognized center for children’s mental health care, training and research, bringing in $11.4 million in external research funding annually, through its Bradley Hasbro Children’s Research Center. Additionally, Bradley Schools (part of Lifespan School Solutions, Inc.) operates several special education sites throughout Rhode Island and Connecticut serving more than 400 students daily.

Brown University School of Public Health

The Brown University School of Public Health was established in July of 2013. The School is the natural evolution of over 30 years of growth in research and education, with more than 200 faculty and 275 undergraduate and graduate students, and over $50 million in annual external research funding.

Hasbro Children's Hospital - the pediatric division of Rhode Island Hospital

Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, RI, a part of the Lifespan health care system, is the premier pediatric facility for clinical care, research and education for Rhode Island and surrounding southeastern New England. Hasbro Children’s Hospital is designated as a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons. The hospital’s “All for One” commitment devotes all of its knowledge, experience, and passion for healing to each child in its care.


Lifespan is a five-partner not-for-profit health system based in Providence, RI that serves residents from across southern New England. Formed in 1994, Lifespan includes three teaching hospitals of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University: Rhode Island Hospital and its Hasbro Children’s Hospital; The Miriam Hospital; and Bradley Hospital, the nation’s first psychiatric hospital for children. It also includes Newport Hospital, a community hospital offering a broad range of health services, and Gateway Healthcare, the state’s largest provider of community behavioral health care. The National Institutes of Health supports Lifespan’s teaching hospitals with an average of more than $80 million in research funding each year, making Lifespan among the top recipients in the country.

Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University 

Since granting its first Doctor of Medicine degrees in 1975, the Warren Alpert Medical School has become a national leader in medical education and biomedical research. By attracting first-class physicians and researchers to RI over the past four decades, the Medical School and its 7 affiliated teaching hospitals have radically improved the State's health care environment, from health care policy to patient care.

Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island

Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, a Care New England hospital, is one of the nation’s leading specialty hospitals for women and newborns. Women & Infants is the 12th largest stand-alone obstetrical service in the country and the largest in New England with approximately 8,500 deliveries per year. A Designated Baby-Friendly® USA hospital, U.S.News & World Report 2014-15 Best Children’s Hospital in Neonatology, and a 2014 Leapfrog Top Hospital, in 2009 Women & Infants opened what was at the time the country’s largest, single-family room neonatal intensive care unit.