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Why work at Yale New Haven Health? Ask our employees.


Opportunities to advance your career. On-site professional development and on-the-job training. Assistance to help you further your education. A supportive environment. According to our employees, these are just some of the benefits of working at Yale New Haven Health. Hear what else our employees are saying.

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Professional growth

Whether you’re an experienced leader, new to your profession or seeking a different career path, Yale New Haven Health can help you reach your full potential. We have a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical opportunities in our five hospitals, Northeast Medical Group physician foundation, corporate offices and other settings.

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Professional Development

Yale New Haven Health System’s extensive professional development resources include courses, career counseling and mentoring available through our Institute for Excellence; hands-on training in the Yale Center for Healthcare Simulation (which we share with Yale School of Medicine); ongoing seminars for clinical staff; specialty training programs in pharmacy, radiology and other areas; and more.



To help our employees advance their knowledge, skills and careers, we offer tuition assistance, and student loan repayment assistance programs for eligible positions. We also offer comprehensive medical, dental, prescription drug, disability, life insurance, vision, voluntary and retirement savings benefits to meet the needs of our employees.




Stephanie Morency

Stephanie M., RN

"I choose Yale New Haven Health for the nurturing environment and patient care."

Stephanie joined Greenwich Hospital nearly 10 years ago as a nurse clinician and has since held various positions, including charge nurse and nurse preceptor. Now assistant patient services manager in the Emergency Department, she helps maintain adequate staffing, contributes to quality assurance initiatives, supervises 48 business associates and ED technicians and provides bedside care during busy times.

Stephanie has made use of the health system’s professional development programs, specialty certification assistance and tuition reimbursement to help advance her career. “This is a nurturing environment that really invests in staff, in addition to providing high-quality, award-winning patient care and experience. Serving as charge nurse, helping to orient new staff, participating in our unit practice council and supporting quality improvement projects all helped develop my leadership skills. Greenwich Hospital’s staff diversity also makes me feel at home. We have many of women and people of color in leadership. I am proud to work for such a dynamic institution.”

Carmen Montoya

Carmen M.

"I choose Yale New Haven Health because of the opportunities for growth."

As a housekeeper at Westerly Hospital, Carmen goes into patients’ rooms and cleans everything for them, to make sure it looks good and to ensure that everything is sanitary. She says the best thing about her job is that the hospital gives her opportunities to learn and pursue new positions, and her goal is eventually to become a certified medical lab technician.

Working at Westerly Hospital has given her the opportunity to build strong connections and relationships with a lot of people, “It’s just great to work at a place where the people around you support your aspirations to improve yourself. You can grow your career, or change your career within the organization, and I really feel supported by everyone I interact with.”

Kelli Horvath

Kelli H., RN

"I choose Yale New Haven Health because of the tuition reimbursement."

Kelli joined Yale New Haven Hospital while she was finishing nursing school. She decided to go back to school after spending a number of years at the bedside. She earned a master’s degree in nursing education which allowed her to transition to her current role. “I’ve always loved precepting new nurses,” she said. “Now, as an educator, I love seeing nurses getting more confident.”

Kelli took advantage of the tuition reimbursement program to help pay for her master’s degree. “It was a lot of work, but it was worth it in the end,” she said. “Having this degree makes it so much easier to explore all the different career avenues nursing has to offer.”


Ashly T., RN, BSN

"I choose Yale New Haven Health because of the peer support."

As a lifelong employee of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, Ashly has enjoyed the journey and being part of the close-knit L+M community. At age 18, she joined the hospital as a patient care associate (PCA) and later earned her nursing degree. Upon completion, she joined the Neuroscience Unit, working her way up to clinical coordinator and, most recently, to patient care nurse manager. Today, Ashly leads a 45-member team of registered nurses, PCAs and health unit coordinators on a 25-bed unit. While she appreciates the tuition reimbursement program that helped her pay for college, she is particularly grateful for the ongoing support she has received from peers and leadership, encouraging her professional growth. “I’ve grown personally and professionally, and that is very rewarding to me.”


Sarah C., RN

"I choose Yale New Haven Health because of the tuition reimbursement."

Sarah joined Bridgeport Hospital as a new-grad RN after completing her associate degree at St. Vincent’s College. She loves working in the ED because of the diversity in the cases and the critical care aspect of the work. Despite working full time, she continues to work towards a bachelor's degree. She plans to graduate this summer, earning a BSN. “The tuition reimbursement program definitely helps. It takes so much of the financial pressure off, so you can focus on your schoolwork. That’s huge, especially when you’re also working like I am. I love that I have the ability to continue my education as an ED nurse and the opportunity Bridgeport Hospital has given me to continually grow and learn as a new nurse.” To learn more about career opportunities, visit,