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  • Flu Shot Clinics Offered at Sturdy Memorial Associates 9/15/2020

    Sturdy Memorial Associates practices are hosting flu clinics for patients to reduce their risk of contracting the virus during flu season and the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Breast MRI at Sturdy Memorial Hospital 7/29/2020

    Sturdy Memorial Hospital now offers Breast MRI services expanding their comprehensive breast health program.

  • Changes to our Visitor Policy 6/17/2020

    Effective Wednesday, June 17, 2020, Sturdy Memorial Hospital has updated the patient visitor policy.

  • Coronavirus and Blood Donation 5/29/2020

    We understand donating blood during a pandemic may bring you some fear and anxiety, but in collaboration with Rhode Island Blood Center, we will be taking many precautions to keep you safe while you donate.

  • COVID-19 and Preparing for Your Procedure 5/29/2020

    The following steps are required in preparation for your procedure to keep you and your care team safe throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Don't Delay Your Healthcare 5/28/2020

    We understand there may be some reluctance to come to the Hospital or visit your doctor’s office—but please don’t delay your healthcare out of fear, doing so could result in more harm.

  • Reopening Attestations 5/27/2020

    Sturdy Memorial Hospital meets the Phase 1 criteria and standards in DPH Hospital Reopening Guidance and the Commonwealth's reopening guidelines.

  • New Symptoms of Coronavirus 4/29/2020

    The CDC released 6 new symptoms for Coronavirus. Learn more about what to look out for.

  • COVID-19 and Coping with Stress 4/27/2020

    As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve, it's understandable that you may begin to feel anxious or stressed. Here are some tips to help take care of yourself and your loved ones.

  • FAQ: Getting Medical Care During COVID-19 4/24/2020

    Despite being in the midst of a pandemic, your should not delay medical care. We can meet your emergent, urgent, routine care, and help you manage chronic medical conditions. We care committed to meeting your health care needs while keeping you safe.

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Our business hours are Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm. Reporters can call the office directly at 508-236-8020 to speak with a staff member during these hours. After hours, including weekends and holidays, reporters should call the hospital's main line at 508-222-5200. They, in turn, will notify the Public Relations staff person on call.