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Women's Care, Inc. - Pawtucket
Phone 401-727-4800
21 Division Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Fax 401-726-1514
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Pablo Rodriguez, MD



Primary Affiliation:
Women & Infants Hospital

Board Certified: Yes

Gender:  Male

Education: State University of New York Buffalo
Internships: Nassau County Medical Center
Residencies: Nassau County Medical Center

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Pablo Rodriguez, MD, is Chair of the Women & Infants Health Care Alliance, President and CEO at Women's Care, former Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island, and a Clinical Associate Professor at the Waren Alpert Medical School at Brown University.

Dr. Rodriguez is a well known community leader and an active participant in civic and charitable organizations, both locally and nationally. He is Past Chairman of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals in Washington, DC. and has also been Chair of the Rhode Island Foundation, the International Institute of RI, the Rhode Island Latino Political Action Committee, RI Project AIDS, and led the effort for the $1.5 million Capital Campaign to benefit Progreso Latino, the leading social service agency for new immigrants. He was actively involved in the Health Care Reform Commission in charge of drafting the Rite Care legislation in Rhode Island and has been involved in numerous Health Department initiatives such as Chairman of the Minority Health Advisory Committee and the Preventive Health Advisory Commission.

He has received numerous awards for his community involvement including the Community Service Award from the American Medical Association in 1994 and Planned Parenthood of RI in 1996. In 1996 he was named a Community Hero Torchbearer for the Olympic Torch Relay of the 1996 Olympics. He received the Bertram Jaffee Award for advocacy in Public Health, given by the RI Public Health Association. The John Hope Settlement House also gave him their highest honor, the Paris Vaughn Sterett Award for community service and the Ministers Alliance bestowed him with the Martin Luther King Service Award. Rhode Island Monthly magazine has included him twice in their "Top Doctors" edition. Host of radio and television programs he is currently featured in "Hablemos" and "Nuestra Salud" on WELH 88.1 FM, Latino Public Radio, where he also serves as Chairman and CEO.

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