Conditions & Treatments
Bone CenterInternal Medicine
At the Bone Center, we specialize in the prevention and treatment of metabolic bone diseases, providing comprehensive state-of-the-art care to adults and children with bone diseases and disturbances in the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus, a mineral that helps build bones. Our state-of-the-art diagnostic laboratory aids in the treatment of the most difficult disorders. Our highly skilled and trained team cares for men, women and children through a multidisciplinary approach. Specialists and caregivers include endocrinologists, orthopaedists, physical therapists, nurses, and nutritionists. Bone Center physicians are all faculty at Yale School of Medicine with nationally recognized expertise in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment...
Children’s Heart CenterPediatrics, Surgery
At Yale New Haven Children’s Heart Center, we help children feel better. Our goal is to provide safe, sustainable, comprehensive care for pediatric and congenital heart disease across the lifespan. We know that one in every 100 babies will be born with a heart problem, and about a quarter of those will need heart surgery or another intervention within their first year of life. Some will need additional operations as they grow. Children’s heart problems are different than heart disease in adults, and there are many different types. We treat all of them.Our doctors are innovators, and many have national and international reputations, and they have access to the latest tools and techniques. They treat the most common as well as the most...
Cosmetic Surgery ProgramSurgery
We offer plastic and reconstructive services for patients who want to regain or retain a youthful appearance, enhance the contours of their body, or have a more symmetrical facial structure. We also offer the latest in non-surgical services, such as BOTOX®, dermal fillers and facial rejuvenation and resurfacing. We provide the most current cosmetic surgical procedures for facial rejuvenation, body contouring, and aesthetic breast surgery. In fact, we have pioneered and developed some of the most effective treatments available for body contouring and aesthetic facial surgery. We provide consultations in our office and our cosmetic team provides individualized care and attention to each patient. We carefully consider your objectives and...
Diabetes CenterInternal Medicine
The Diabetes Center provides comprehensive management and education for adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. We focus on lifestyle interventions and use the latest medications and technologies to improve your health and well-being. Our goal is to give you the tools necessary to successfully manage the day-to-day challenges of living with diabetes and prevent long-term diabetes complications. We also treat patients with:Pre-diabetes and metabolic syndromeObesityPolycystic ovarian syndromeLipid or cholesterol abnormalities
Dorothy Adler Geriatric Assessment CenterInternal Medicine
Our pioneering center is one of the oldest and most comprehensive geriatric assessment centers in the United States. It began in 1981 when a group of Yale physicians, nurses and social workers were concerned about the care of older patients. They established a geriatric clinic in a corner of Yale New Haven Hospital’s Primary Care Center. One of their first patients was a woman named Dorothy Adler. After her death, her sons decided to support an expanded center to evaluate older adults who struggled to take care of themselves. Our center was established in Adler’s name in 1987. In 2009, we moved to a freestanding building across the street from the hospital. Today, we draw patients and families from throughout the state, New York and New...
Fertility CenterObstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences
The Yale Medicine Fertility Center offers an array of individualized treatment options for both women and men looking to start a family. We help same-gender and transgender couples and individuals with their fertility needs, including fertility preservation methods for those who are not yet ready to start a family but want to maintain the option down the road, or for those about to undergo cancer treatment. The academic background and clinical expertise of our physicians, nurses and other providers enables us to provide high quality, supportive and compassionate care.
Fetal Care CenterObstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, Surgery
At the Yale Medicine Fetal Care Center—which is the only of its kind in the state and one of few in the Northeast—we provide comprehensive services to pregnant women whose babies have complex or rare fetal conditions. In addition to taking care of the mother, we treat the baby in utero and after birth.A partnership between Yale Medicine and Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, our team of specialists spans multiple disciplines, including maternal-fetal medicine, neonataology and pediatric surgery.Our surgeons are among the most experienced in fetal treatment and fetal surgical procedures, including noninvasive fetal anemia assessment, percutaneous umbilical blood sampling (PUBS), in utero fetal blood transfusion and such therapies as...
Gamma Knife CenterNeurosurgery
Our Gamma Knife Center is the only stereotactic radiosurgery unit in Connecticut dedicated to treating head and neck conditions. Gamma Knife radiosurgery is a type of focused radiation therapy used to treat certain types of tumors or abnormalities in the brain, its covering, and nerves and blood vessels. It is an effective, noninvasive alternative to brain surgery or for those who are not eligible for brain surgery. Gamma Knife enables us to precisely deliver very focused radiation to the problem area, while sparing surrounding tissue. The Gamma Knife remains the gold standard machine for radiosurgical treatment of brain lesions because, unlike linear accelerator (LINAC) based systems including the Cyberknife, the Gamma Knife has few...
Headache & Facial Pain CenterNeurology
We specialize in the treatment of headaches and facial pain in adolescents and adults. There has been enormous progress in headache medicine in the last two decades, starting with the development of the triptan class of medications, including Imitrex, to the recent approval of Botox treatment for chronic headaches. At the same time, scientists have made tremendous inroads towards a full understanding of the underlying biology of headache disorders, paving the way for development of new forms of treatment, some of which are already in clinical trials.
Spine CenterNeurosurgery, Orthopedics & Rehabilitation
The Spine Center provides a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to neck and back pain. Our team includes world-renowned specialists from neurosurgery, orthopaedics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, behavioral health, pain management, and physical therapy. Our goal is to improve each patient's quality of life with the least invasive spine treatment. When surgery is required, our surgeons use state-of-the-art surgical technology, including advanced surgical navigation, for more precise placement of implants.
Winchester Chest CenterInternal Medicine
We offer state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment to patients with tuberculosis, asthma, emphysema, lung cancer, and undiagnosed or general respiratory problems. Many patients come to us with work-related pulmonary disease and sleep disorders. They might not have a diagnosis, but have symptoms such as persistent or nagging cough, or shortness of breath at rest or with exertion. Our skilled, experienced specialists can diagnose and take care of difficult or unusual problems.The history of our clinic dates back more than a century, when it was set up through a bequest from Sarah Winchester in memory of her husband, William Wirt Winchester, and their young daughter, both of whom succumbed to tuberculosis. This gift resulted in the...
Yale Center for Genomic HealthGenetics
The Yale Center for Genomic Health (YCGH) will operate one of the largest DNA sequencing projects of its kind in the United States. This project will enable both research as well as important health care interactions for some participants. This effort, called the "Generations Project," will launch in 2019 with a goal of enrolling more than 100,000 volunteers.Volunteer participants who enroll in the Generations Project will have their DNA analyzed at a level of detail not possible through at-home genetic testing kits. The goal of this research is to learn more about human health and disease to find better ways to keep people healthy and treatments when they are sick.The volunteers’ genomic data will be linked to electronic health records in...