Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) is a tertiary care hospital in the Yale-New Haven Health System. YNHH centers of excellence include oncology, pediatrics, orthopedic, cardiology, and women's health. YNHH serves as the primary teaching site for Yale University Schools of Medicine and Nursing. New Haven is located on the shoreline of Connecticut (Long Island Sound), a two hour drive from New York City and Boston.
Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH), in conjunction with the Yale-New Haven Transplantation Center (YNHTC), offers a one-year specialty residency in solid organ transplantation. YNHTC specializes in kidney, liver, pancreas, and heart transplantation for adult and pediatric populations. Opportunity exists for the resident to work collaboratively with transplant surgeons, specialty physicians, nurses, and clinical pharmacists in this specialty area. Teaching opportunities include clinical teaching of PharmD students and PGY-1 residents, as well as didactic lectures. Multiple elective opportunities allow the resident to tailor their interests and career goals.
Applications are accepted via Phorcas and must include a CV, letter of intent and 3 letters of recommendation. Successful completion of PGY1 residency required; Must be eligible for Connecticut licensure.
About YNHH PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant
Our system brings together five of Connecticut’s most distinctive hospitals and the physicians of Northeast Medical Group, each with strong ties to their local communities. It’s this distinction that makes us different. Our purpose is to keep patients healthy, deal with their symptoms early, help manage chronic conditions and lower care costs. We take this commitment seriously, following patients every step of the way, as they move from one setting to another over the course of their care.
With more than 6,300 physicians, including a 600-member multispecialty physician foundation, and over 20,000 employees, Yale New Haven Health is Connecticut’s leading healthcare system. The experience and expertise of our medical staff, access to the latest research and technology, and top-notch facilities make us a major contributor to the medical and economic health of the region.