For more than 185 years, patients, professionals and the public have loyally followed the mission, work and accomplishments of Yale-New Haven. The hospital has a long tradition of leadership: Patients from near and far seek us out for leading-edge treatments and techniques.
Even a triathlete can have a stroke. Ask David Schrage. He was in the best physical shape of his life and was training for an Iron Man – one of the most recognized endurance events in the world.
Nine-year-old Giana Cardonita was glad her brain tumor was removed. But what she really loved was being "adopted" by the Yale women's hockey team.
Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven has been open for a year. We haven't cured cancer yet, but we're working on it.
Doctors, nurses and other staff at YNHH have been putting down their stethoscopes and scalpels and picking up hammers and drills.
For more than a decade Yale-New Haven hospital; has been receiving state, regional and national recognition as one of the country's top employers.
There is an art to healing. Studies have shown that the effects of art can lower stress, anxiety and pain and actually contribute to the healing process for patients.
In 2009, Yale-New Haven Hospital and Yale University signed an historic agreement with University College London (UCL).
In 2010, Yale-New Haven became the first hospital in the world to offer the 3 Tesla MRI neuro suite.
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