Brown Medicine is one of the largest nonprofit, academic, multi-specialty medical groups in Rhode Island with practice locations in Providence and the surrounding communities.

Brown Medicine’s mission to incorporate our expertise in patient care, teaching and research into “a greater good” provides heightened meaning and purpose to our work and sets us apart from all other primary care and internal medicine practices in the state of Rhode Island.

 

ATTENTION:

Due to the rapid increases in respiratory illnesses, Brown Medicine will require all patients and persons accompanying them to an appointment to wear a mask covering nose and mouth at all times.

Guests accompanying patients to their appointments should be reduced to ones needed for patient communication.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

After Hours Clinic

Many types of illnesses and injuries do not require a visit to the emergency room. Brown Medicine offers after-hours care Saturdays and Sundays.
To learn more about our After Hours Clinic, please click here.

 

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