Home Health care provider SHU partners with Yale New Haven Health for student health care

SHU partners with Yale New Haven Health for student health care


FAIRFIELD, Conn.—Sacred Heart University partners with Yale New Haven Health’s Northeast Medical Group (NEMG) to provide health care for students. This arrangement will mean expanded health services available to all SHU students.

Beginning August 15, students will receive their health services at Yale New Haven Health’s state-of-the-art Park Avenue Medical Center, located down the street from campus at 5520 Park Avenue, Trumbull. SHU will provide a shuttle to and from the medical center.

The partnership gives students better access to medical care, as SHU health services will now be part of the larger Yale New Haven health system, and NEMG will provide coordinated health care. All Bridgeport Hospital and Yale New Haven Health resources will be available to students.

Students will also see some familiar faces as most of the SHU Health Services team will move to NEMG. Telehealth options will also be available in the evenings and on weekends.

“We are thrilled about this partnership with Yale New Haven Health and Northeast Medical Group,” said SHU Dean of Students Larry Wielk. “It will provide a wider range of services and more healthcare options for our students.”

“Yale New Haven Health is very pleased to partner with Sacred Heart,” said Anne Diamond, executive vice president of Yale New Haven Health and president of Bridgeport Hospital. “This collaboration will provide world-class care for students, day and night, very close to campus with seamless transitions to next-level care if ever needed.”

NEMG and SHU will continue to work closely with the Orthopedic Specialty Group, which will provide ongoing management of sports medicine for student-athletes.


About Sacred Heart University

As the second largest independent Catholic university in New England and one of the fastest growing in the United States, Sacred Heart University is a national leader in shaping higher education for the 21st century. SHU offers nearly 90 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs at its campus in Fairfield, Connecticut. Sacred Heart also has satellites in Connecticut and Ireland and offers online programs. Over 9,000 students attend the University’s nine colleges and schools: Arts & Sciences; Communication, media and arts; social work; computer science and engineering; Health Professions; the Isabelle Farrington College of Education and Human Development; the Jack Welch College of Business & Technology; Dr. Susan L. Davis, RN, & Richard J. Henley College of Nursing; and St. Vincent College. The Sacred Heart stands out from other Catholic institutions because it was created and run by lay people. The contemporary Catholic university is rooted in the rich Catholic intellectual tradition and the liberal arts, and at the same time cultivates students to be forward-thinking thinkers who embrace change – in their own lives, professions and communities. . The Princeton Review includes SHU in its Top 387 Colleges – 2022 Edition“Best Northeast” and Best Business Schools – 2022 Edition. Sacred Heart is home to award-winning NPR-affiliated radio station WSHU, a Division I athletics program, and an impressive performing arts program that includes a choir, orchestra, dance, and theater. www.sacredheart.edu

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About Yale New Haven Health

Yale New Haven Health, Connecticut’s largest and most comprehensive health care system, is recognized for its advanced clinical care, quality, service, cost effectiveness, and commitment to improving the health of communities that he serves. YNHHS includes five hospitals – Bridgeport, Greenwich, Lawrence + Memorial, Westerly, and Yale New Haven, several specialty networks, and Northeast Medical Group, a nonprofit medical foundation with several hundred community and hospital physicians. www.ynhhs.org