05/21/18

Weston’s Charles Morgan, MD, receives ‘Doctor of Distinction’ award for humanitarian efforts

BRIDGEPORT, CT (May 21, 2018) – Charles Morgan, MD, of Weston, chair, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Bridgeport Hospital, was honored with the Doctors of Distinction “No Land Too Far” award from Westfair Communications/Fairfield County Business Journal May 15 for volunteering his time and expertise to provide care in medically underserved nations.
05/21/18

Nurse named Greenwich Hospital’s employee of the year

Greenwich, CT (May 21, 2018) – Helene Kimmons, RN, of Port Chester, NY, was honored with the prestigious Marian Nowak Award – given to the employee who embodies the best of Greenwich Hospital’s values – at the annual Employee Service Awards Dinner.
05/18/18

Easton’s David Bindelglass, MD, named Physician of the Year at Bridgeport Hospital

BRIDGEPORT, CT (May 18, 2018) – Orthopedic surgeon David Bindelglass, MD, of Easton, has been named Bridgeport Hospital’s 2018 Physician of the Year for his outstanding feedback from patients and contributions as a physician leader.

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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