George Manzo, named director, Financial Planning and Budget
George Manzo, senior manager, Financial Planning and Budget, has been promoted to director of Financial Planning and Budget for Yale New Haven Health System. In his new position, Manzo will be responsible for both the operating budget and the capital budget process across the health system. The operating budget involves day-to-day salary and non-salary expenses and the capital budget includes major medical equipment and construction investments. Manzo began his career with Yale-New Haven Hospital in 1999 as senior financial analyst in Financial Planning and Budget. The department was integrated into Yale New Haven Health System in 2004 and Manzo was promoted to coordinator. Manzo earned his undergraduate degree in accounting at Southern Connecticut State University and his MBA at the University of New Haven.
Business New Haven honors Kelly Grimshaw, APRN, as Healthcare Hero
Business New Haven recently named Kelly Grimshaw, APRN, service line educator, Transplant, nurse of the year in its annual Health Care Heroes report. She was one of 14 heroes honored by the magazine for devoting their careers and lives to improving human life.
Grimshaw joined YNHH on the Surgical Trauma Floor in 1989 and then moved to the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. In 1999, she volunteered for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), the medical humanitarian organization that provides care to people in the turmoil of armed conflicts, epidemics and natural disasters.
In 10 years, Grimshaw worked in nine African and Asian countries. Today she serves on the board of directors of Doctors Without Borders.
She earned her BSN and MSN at the University of Connecticut. In 2009, she received an award for Nursing Education Excellence during the hospital's annual Nurse Week celebration.