YNHHS promotes three in Human Resources

Anne K. Andrews has been promoted to executive director, Corporate HRIS. She first joined Yale-New Haven Hospital in 1987 as a compensation analyst and was promoted to senior compensation analyst in 1988. In 1992, she was selected to lead the hospital's Human Resources Information Center, and in 2000, was assigned full-time to the Lawson implementation project. With the expansion of Lawson, Andrews became the director of the newly formed Corporate HRIS Department. Under her direction, YNHH has introduced many innovations, including Employee Self Service and associated applications. Andrews earned a BS degree in psychology at the University of British Columbia.


Robert Garvey has been promoted to director, Benefits. Since 2000, he has been responsible for creating innovative, attractive and competitive employee benefits programs that range from health insurance to retirement savings plans to tuition assistance. Over the years, Garvey has managed an employee benefit budget that represents the hospital's most substantial investment in its workforce outside of payroll expense. Since last year, he has overseen Bridgeport Hospital's and Greenwich Hospital's benefit administration activities. Garvey earned a BA in history at Manhattan College and an MBA at Pace University.


Victor Russo has been promoted to associate director, Corporate HRIS. He joined YNHH in 1975 as an electronic technician in the instrumentation section of the Department of Laboratory Medicine. In 1992, he transferred to Human Resources as an information specialist, and in November 2002, he became the manager of HRIS technology in the Corporate HRIS Department. Russo's contributions to the current HR systems have ensured valuable information access, functionality and security to all members of the health system. Russo earned a BS degree in business administration at Albertus Magnus College