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Dominion Diagnostics, LLC honored by Rhode Island's largest CMHC

October 29, 2010
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North Kingstown, RI — Dominion Diagnostics, LLC was honored last evening by Rhode Island's largest community mental health center, The Providence Center, at its annual Circle of Stars Awards Dinner and Auction held at the Rhode Island Convention Center.

Since 1969, The Providence Center has brought hope to hundreds of thousands of children, adolescents, adults and families affected by mental illness, behavioral health and substance use problems in Rhode Island. Each year, The Providence Center's Circle of Stars celebrates by recognizing individuals and organizations that have added to its rich history and helped to shape the future of its organization. This year, Dominion Diagnostics was honored by Circle of Stars for its valuable in-kind services and philanthropic support to the organization and the Rhode Island community. Along with Dominion, David and Marge Sluter of New England Construction were also honored.

The Providence Center's President and Chief Executive Officer, Dale K. Klatzker, PhD, introduced the honorees as "perfect examples of people who understand our mission to provide the best and most effective services to our clients who seek to live full and productive lives." Dr. Klatzker continued, "The Providence Center is working with partners in the community not only to ensure that our clients receive exceptional services, but also to create a health care delivery system that shares our recovery-focused philosophy and demonstrates our commitment to the people we serve."

David M. Siwicki, MD, Dominion's President and Co-Founder, graciously accepted the honor on behalf of Dominion Diagnostics. "Dominion shares a vision of designing and delivering patient-centered, recovery-oriented services, and we recognize The Providence Center for its outstanding service and impact in Rhode Island," Dr. Siwicki shared. "The Circle of Stars Event is an exciting celebration of how each of us can make a difference."

Proceeds from the Circle of Stars event will be allocated to the organization's Coping with Crisis Fund that was created to help low-income children, adults, and families in crisis who rely on The Providence Center's help every day. For more information about The Providence Center or donating to its Coping with Crisis Fund, please contact Chief Development Officer Lisa Desbiens at (401) 528-0127.

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