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Suite Talk: Dr. Ron Adelman, president of the Connecticut State Medical...

"There is a joy in helping and curing people who are suffering," Adelman said.

New survey details health care workforce stress and burnout

14% of physicians and advanced practitioners are still unemployed since the pandemic began.

White Plains Hospital breaks ground for $272M outpatient center

Specialty physician practices to be located at the new building will include orthopedics, spine, neurosurgery and maternal fetal medicine.

Laurel Road creates student loan debt refinancing program for physicians

"We recognize the important role that refinancing can play in reducing the financial burden for young physicians," said the Darien-based lender's Alyssa Schaefer.

KaMMCO to sell physician-focused insurance in Connecticut

The company is working with Connecticut Medical Society's brokerage firm, CSMS Insurance Agency, and is planning to begin sales this spring.

Purdue Pharma to stop promoting opioids to physicians

Fourteen states have filed lawsuits against Purdue Pharma, claiming its allegedly deceptive marketing of prescription opioids contributed to the ongoing opioid crisis.

Doctors of Distinction ceremony serves up praise and laughs

Dr. Patricia Calayag of Greenwich Hospital scored the evening’s strongest laugh when accepting her Caring for All Award.

2017 Doctors of Distinction ceremony to honor Fairfield County physicians

The awards are reviewed and voted upon by a distinguished panel of medical professionals who pay tribute to the accomplishments of their celebrated peers.

New York and Connecticut score low in best places to practice...

However, Connecticut ranked fifth among the states with the least punitive state medical boards.

FCMA to honor doctors, supporters at annual meeting

Fairfield's physicians will be honored for their contributions to medical care.

Valley medical group expands

Premier Medical Group now has 28 doctors in its multispecialty practice.

State running short on primary care docs

Healthcare Association of New York State found that more than 1,200 physicians were needed by hospitals across the state last year, a 64 percent increase from 2011.