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Locations

We have two main locations in New Haven, Connecticut where thousands of medical professionals provide unparalleled levels of care to patients. Our campuses include the Heart and Vascular Center, which treats more cardiac patients each year than any facility in Connecticut; a Transplantation Center, which provides expert care for adults and pediatric patients; and our nationally recognized Certified Stroke Center. And as a teaching hospital, we are closely affiliated with Yale Schools of Medicine and Nursing.

Locations

Our other locations across the greater New Haven area are:

Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven

Opened in October 2009, Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven is a state-of-the-art facility that provides private rooms and the latest in cancer care and treatment for patients around the world.

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Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital

With campuses in New Haven and Bridgeport, Yale-Hew Haven Children’s Hospital (YNHCH) offers cutting-edge therapies to area children long before they’re available nationwide.

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Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital

In affiliation with Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry, Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital is a world leader in clinical care, research and education—providing the highest quality patient care and leading the nation in discoveries that are transforming our understanding of mental illness.

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Ambulatory (Outpatient) Services

We offer a variety of outpatient medical services—including surgery, gastrointestinal procedures, radiology and sub-acute care—at out main campus and other locations spread conveniently throughout the Greater New Haven area.

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