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Haddad extends training, clinical care for at-risk patients

Patricia Daddona Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Among his many roles, Community Health Center's Dr. Marwan Haddad can be found on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., lobbying for or against legislation that affects clinical care.

HSC's Alderman helps lung-disease patients breathe easier

Patricia Daddona Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Stephanie Alderman teaches patients with serious lung ailments not only how to cope, but also how to be their own cheerleaders on the road to lasting recovery.

Kyriacou a beacon for Gaylord, long-term care hospital industry

John Stearns |

George Kyriacou will retire as president and CEO of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare Dec. 31, having made a profound mark not only on the Wallingford-based long-term acute care hospital, but on the...

CT Children's integrates behavioral health care throughout system

John Stearns |

Behavioral health doctors and staff at Connecticut Children's Medical Center are being integrated into regular patient care to try to solve mental health issues at an early age.

Wolf's care extends beyond the walls of St. Francis' emergency department

John Stearns |

Dr. Wolf has helped oversee a Suboxone program at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, which is a medication-assisted treatment program for addicts.

CT nonprofits at a major crossroads

John Horak |

With the election in the rear-view mirror, and the 2019 legislative session on the horizon, the state's privately governed social-service organizations are at a fork in the road.

Are you contributing to a positive climate?

Chris Duffy |

When I arrived in Hartford, I had no intention of staying. It wasn't personal. I just saw the city as my next career location, a stop along the way. I wondered whether I, a young, bi-racial gay man,...

As toll debate rages on, DOT wants $12.1B over next five years to invest in CT's infrastructure

Sean Teehan |

As the toll debate rages on, state transportation planners want to ramp-up investment -- to the tune of $12.1 billion -- over the next five years to rebuild Connecticut's aging infrastructure.

CEO-led commission shifts thinking on sales tax, tolls

Matt Pilon |

Eight months after releasing its recommendations for improving Connecticut's economy and finances, the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth returned recently with a pared down,...

Terri Slack | Vice President and Senior Project Manager, CDM Smith

Sean Teehan |

The issue of Connecticut's deteriorating highways and bridges and the possibility of installing tolls were front and center during this year's gubernatorial election. It's also an issue Terri Slack...

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