Claflin employees are showing their New England pride today in support of the victims and families affected by Monday’s bombing.
RHODE ISLAND'S HOSPITALS contributed $6.7 billion to the state's economy in 2011, according to a report by the Hospital Association of Rhode Island.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse commented that the recent op-ed on health care reform written by Ted Almon was “fair, concise, and much-needed”.
Earlier this week, Claflin hosted its second annual Strategic Planning Event in Warwick, RI.
At the 2012 AHRMM conference, Ted Almon, President and CEO of the Claflin Company, presented alongside Joe Bane, Purchasing & Contracts Manager at Tufts Medical Center.
On June 15, 2011, Ted Almon, President and CEO of Claflin Co., made an appearance as speaker on the Cost of Sales.
On June 30, 2011, Ted Almon, President and CEO of Claflin Co., was honored by being presented with the Senator John H. Chafee Distinguished Citizens Award.
PROVIDENCE – Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island earned three designations in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2011-12 Best Hospitals ranking.
When the employees at Claflin heard about the disaster in Haiti, like most of the country and the world they were stunned.
On September 26th, 2009, Claflin and Claflin Equipment Sales & Service particiapated in the Light the Night fundraising walk.