2022 Plans

Hospital Association of Rhode Island (HARI) Hospitals:

MHA and our members are committed to delivering the most reliable, transparent data on staffing. Hospitals have submitted their budgeted staffing plans for both 2022 and 2023 and we are pleased to resume publicly posting this data. Due to the extreme and unprecedented challenges that hospitals are facing, it is not currently possible to accurately convey actual staffing data representative of 2022. We look forward to resuming regular public posting of actual staffing data in 2023, should circumstances permit.

We welcome any questions about staffing data, which can be directed to Patricia Noga, MHA's Vice President of Clinical Affairs at pnoga@mhalink.org.

You can view hospitals by Name or by Group. Hospital groups are organized by hospital type - acute care hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, and long-term acute care hospitals.

You can also click on a hospital name below to be taken to individual pages for that hospital, including units (by name), and staffing plans for each unit.

Each hospital's staffing reports are compared by unit type to a peer group of like hospitals. However, it is important to remember that every patient care unit is different, and individual units differ not only based on the type of unit, but also because of the education and experience level of staff members, support from nurse educators and nurse managers on specific units, as well as the unique characteristics and mission of each hospital.

Click here to see unit sample pages to help you navigate through the pages.

Hospital
Butler Hospital
Kent Hospital
Our Lady of Fatima Hospital (Prospect CharterCARE SJHSRI, LLC)
Prime Healthcare - Landmark Medical Center
South County Hospital
Women & Infants' Hospital of Rhode Island
Yale New Haven Health - Westerly Hospital

« Back