Corporate members have access to all of the services and benefits offered by the system.
Bridgeport Delivery Network
Bridgeport Hospital, founded in 1878, is a 383-bed urban teaching hospital serving nearly 18,500 inpatients and more than 240,000 outpatient encounters in 2013. A member of YNHHS since 1996, Bridgeport Hospital is the site of the Connecticut Burn Center; the Joel E. Smilow Heart Institute, the Norma F. Pfriem Cancer Institute and Breast Care Center, the Women's Care Center, Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine, and Ahlbin Centers for Rehabilitation Medicine. Bridgeport Hospital is also home to the second inpatient campus of Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital.
Greenwich Delivery Network
Greenwich Hospital, founded in 1903, is a 206-bed community teaching hospital that has evolved into a progressive regional healthcare center, averaging more than 12,000 inpatient discharges and nearly 300,000 outpatient encounters last year. The hospital offers a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic, integrative medicine and wellness programs. Specialized services include the Bendheim Cancer and Breast Centers, Endoscopy Center, Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Ambulatory Medical Center, the Richard R. Pivirotto Center for Healthy Living and the Greenwich Hospital Diagnostic Center in Stamford.
Yale-New Haven Hospital Delivery Network
Yale-New Haven Hospital, founded in 1826 as the first hospital in Connecticut, is a 1,541-bed acute and tertiary care hospital. With two inpatient campuses in New Haven, YNHH is the primary teaching hospital for Yale School of Medicine and is a major tertiary care center for acutely ill or injured patients, receiving regional, national and international referrals. YNHH discharged more than 80,500 inpatients and handled more than one million outpatient encounters last year. YNHH includes several outpatient centers in New Haven, North Haven, East Haven and Guilford and dozens of radiology and blood-drawing services throughout the state.
Northeast Medical Group
Established in 2010, Northeast Medical Group (NEMG) is a System-wide physician group designed to create opportunities for better collaboration, quality of care and physician alignment. A not-for-profit multispecialty medical foundation, NEMG has aligned physicians and mid-level providers across the Health System. NEMG includes physicians throughout the System, including hospital-employed physicians at Greenwich Hospital, Bridgeport Hospital and the hospitalists of Yale-New Haven Hospital and community physicians. Headquartered in Bridgeport, Connecticut, NEMG community practices extend from Rye Brook, New York, to Gales Ferry, Connecticut. Through its growing physician network, NEMG helps the Health System better care for patients across the continuum—from hospitals to nursing homes to home. NEMG offers its members opportunities for collaboration and resources to improve practice management and clinical quality. In addition, NEMG supports physician practices through economies of scale, assistance with recruitment efforts and support for the delivery of integrated, high-quality care.
Network participants have limited their involvement to the Managed Care Network, which negotiates contracts on behalf of participating physicians and hospitals.
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