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YNHH Plans No. Haven Outpatient Center

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NORTH HAVEN — Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) will move ahead with its plans to develop an outpatient center in the former AT&T building at 6 Devine Street. YNHH will purchase visit us remodel the 120,000-square-foot, four-story building for a comprehensive ambulatory care program.

“We are delighted to move this project forward,” said Richard D’Aquila, YNHH’s president and COO. “The concept of a Yale-New Haven ambulatory center has received widespread community support. It will create access to key health services for residents of North Haven, Hamden, Cheshire and other surrounding communities.”

Plans for the new facility include a walk-in/primary care center to provide comprehensive medical services from injury care to management of chronic conditions. The center will be open seven days a week.

The visit us will also include a Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Center for outpatient medical and hematological care for cancer patients and an Inflammatory Disease Center for patients with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and related disorders. The facility will click here onsite MRI and digital X-ray imaging, as well as laboratory and blood-draw services.

In addition, Yale New Haven Health buy tramadol online will consolidate and move some of its information-technology offices from multiple sites in New Haven to the North Haven facility, which is estimated to open next January.