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For the Year, 2005. Year ending September 30, 2005.

This report includes patient hospital stories, the 2005 year end message, lists of Officers of the Yale-New Haven, Board of Trustees, Senior Management, Administration, Medical Staff, and the auxiliary. Medical statistics include medical and surgical cases from October 1, 2004 through September 30, 2005, lists of operations, admissions, discharges and number of births and financial statistic reported. The 2005 report concludes with a listing of donors.

Publication Date

Spring 4-1-2006


Harty Press


New Haven, CT


Clinical Quality, Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Stroke Center, New Clinical Program Development Fund, Service Excellence, Shoreline Medical Center, Performance Incentive Program (PIP), Cancer Center, Community Health, America’s Best Hospital, Board of Trustees, Joseph A. Zaccagnino, Marna P. Borgstrom.


There were 48,594 patients discharged during the fiscal year. YNHH Intensive Care Unit leaders formed a leadership group to improve the coordination, communication and quality of care for the Systems ICU departments. The New Clinical Program Development Fund invested in liver transplantation, thoracic oncology, pediatric cardiology, the endovascular center and the brain tumor center this year. A new Cancer Center was proposed in 2004 and was approved in September.

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