Letters: Oxygen Deprivation, Top Docs Kudos, Archives Design

Rhode Island Monthly readers weigh in.

“Power to the People,” June

@RWULaw proud to support @JusticeCenterRI. @RIMonthly describes terrifying instances of cutting electricity to people on oxygen machines.

@MichaelYelnosky
DEAN, Roger Williams University School of Law
Via Twitter


“Top Doctors,” May

I would like to thank you for dedicating the May issue of Rhode Island Monthly to the top doctors in the state.

Your publication allows the citizens of Rhode Island to educate themselves on the different medical and surgical specialties that are available, as well as the competing health care systems and group practices. The clinical vignettes of some of our successful doctors are quite entertaining. The celebratory event at the Audi location in Warwick was a tremendous success and enjoyed by all. I had a chance to mingle with some physicians and their spouses who I have not seen in a number of years.

Finally, as you know, there are many physicians who are excellent and may not have been named as Top Docs but clearly are. I am proud to be a practicing physician in a state like Rhode Island where the standard of care bar for health care delivery is quite high.

Steven Schechter, M.D.
Colorectal Surgery
University Surgical Associates


Current, May

We've received our copy of the May 2016 issue of Rhode Island Monthly and are so thrilled with the piece you've written about Archives Design! Rena, Karen and Cindy extend their thanks. Abe would certainly be proud. Thank you!

Andy Morris
Archives Design
Providence

 

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