Congratulations, School at Work graduates

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On Aug. 10, five Yale New Haven Hospital employees graduated from the School at Work (SAW) program. SAW is a six-month program that teaches math, medical terminology, writing, time management and other subjects to employees who want to get ahead in their careers, pursue a new position or further their education. With their loved ones, managers and SAW program leaders were graduates (front row, l-r): Tonya Ings, scheduling and registration associate, PFAS; Muhammed Ahmed, cook, Food and Nutrition; and Evelyn Patron, outpatient phlebotomist, Outpatient Diagnostic Testing Center. Missing from photo: Eboney Hudson, business associate, Neonatal ICU; and Pamela Clarke, communication associate, Perioperative Services.