06/26/19

Bridgeport Hospital, St. Vincent’s Medical Center share Connecticut’s Hospital Community Service Award

BRIDGEPORT, CT (June 26, 2019) – Bridgeport Hospital and St. Vincent’s Medical Center have received Connecticut’s Hospital Community Service Award for their joint involvement in providing free health screenings to underserved residents through the Know Your Numbers (KYN) program.
06/19/19

All Yale New Haven Health hospitals named as “Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality”

NEW HAVEN, CT (June 19, 2019) – All five Yale New Haven Health hospitals will be awarded the “LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader” designation in the forthcoming Healthcare Equality Index 2019.
06/18/19

Nine Yale New Haven Children’s subspecialties achieve national recognition from U.S. News & World Report

New Haven, CT (June 18, 2019) – Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital has been ranked among the best children’s hospitals in the nation for nine out of ten pediatric subspecialties in the 2019 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings, published online today by U.S. News & World Report. Each specialty rose up in the ratings over last year with many making significant gains.

Auxiliary Atrium

Winter/Spring 2015

I am excited to write to you as the President of the newly integrated Yale New Haven Hospital Auxiliary. At our first Board meeting in October, I was delighted to see that the integration was seamless and I look forward to working with such a committed and engaged Board.

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Advancing Care

May 2015

Yale New Haven Hospital's Complementary Service Department will host a Labyrinth Walk, Thursday, May 7, 11 am - 1:30 pm in the Seminar Room at 55 Park Street. Free and open to the public, the labyrinth walk is a meditative exercise that allows for contemplation and reflection and provides a place to retreat, regroup and renew. Walking a labyrinth takes only 5 -10 minutes and supports each individual's personal journey.

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The Bulletin

June 25th, 2015 - Vol. 38, No. 12

In Yale New Haven's ongoing efforts to prevent hospital-acquired infections, the battle against surgical site infections includes new protocols, procedures and staff training — along with some unexpectedly simple tools, like stickers.

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