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Five YNHCH pediatric subspecialties achieve U.S. News & World Report recognition

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Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, the #1-ranked children’s hospital in Connecticut, has been ranked among the best children’s hospitals in the nation for five out of 10 pediatric subspecialties in the 2023-2024 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings, published online by U.S. News & World Report. YNHCH ranked in: Urology (#24), Gastroenterology and GI Surgery (#26), Neonatology (#42), Diabetes and Endocrinology (#48) and Cardiology and Heart Surgery (#50).

“The annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report serve two important roles for us at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital,” said Cynthia Sparer, executive vice president, Yale New Haven Health and executive director, YNHCH. “First, they recognize the outstanding care being provided by our dedicated teams who are experts in their fields. As important, they continue to inspire everyone’s efforts to exceed the expectations of our patients and their families. Our commitment to provide the highest level of care is reflected in this honor and allows us to momentarily reflect on the great work done and work still to be accomplished. We are very proud to be recognized as among the best in pediatric care in the United States.”

YNHCH has campuses in New Haven and Bridgeport and services and sites across the health system and region. The network of eight integrated Pediatric Specialty Centers provides access to more than 35 pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties across the region. The centers include: two at YNHCH in New Haven and One Long Wharf in New Haven; 747 Belden Ave., Norwalk; 500 West Putnam Ave., Greenwich; 633 Middlesex Turnpike, Old Saybrook, 5520 Park Ave., Trumbull; and the newest center at 3 Shaws Cove, New London.

“We are honored to have Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital ranked among the best in the United States,” said Clifford Bogue, MD, physician-in-chief and chief medical officer at YNHCH and chair, Pediatrics, Yale School of Medicine. “YNHCH continues to demonstrate the amazing commitment of our talented staff in providing the finest care to the patients and families we serve every day. Our growth, our quality and safety initiatives and our commitment to recruiting and retaining top medical talent are vital to improving outcomes.”