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Yale Medicine's Department of Internal Medicine is among the nation’s best. As one of the nation's top medical schools, we bring together clinicians, investigators and educators. We offer comprehensive and specialized services in all areas of care in a variety of outpatient settings. Our culture of collaboration and research gives patients access to expert opinions from nearly 1,000 doctors and scores of clinical trials. Most importantly, we offer world-class care to each and every patient, ensuring your diverse medical needs are attended to with compassion and expertise.
Internal Medicine Associates
Our practice focuses on adult primary care and is known for its excellence and emphasis on prevention and wellness, while managing potential medical problems as they arise. When specialized care is needed, our physicians work closely and collaboratively with Yale Medicine’s many specialists. Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality, personalized healthcare. The PCMH (patient-centered medical home) is a new model of care that helps us do just that. The PCMH focuses on five areas: Building strong, collaborative health care teams that work together to meet the needs of patients....
General Internal Medicine
The physicians in our General Internal Medicine Section are national leaders in their respective fields and are committed to taking excellent care of you. We provide patient care in both inpatient and outpatient settings at several sites across Connecticut: At Yale Medicine Internal Medicine Associates we provide state-of-the-art general medical care. At the Primary Care Center at Yale New Haven Hospital , we provide care through specialized programs in traveling health, rheumatology, dermatology, podiatry and mental health. The Occupational and Environmental Medicine clinic focuses on...
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Many people don’t realize that most musculoskeletal injuries can get better without surgery -- so the best doctor to see may be one who specializes in nonsurgical care. One medical specialty that fits this description is physical medicine and rehabilitation (or PM&R).