Where is the Yale Medicine International Medicine Program located?
Yale University, Yale Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital are all located within a walkable area in New Haven, Connecticut, on the northeast coast of the United States. They are approximately 50 miles from Bradley International Airport (Hartford, CT) and 78 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York City).
Does the International Medicine Program provide interpreters or will I have an assigned interpreter for my entire stay?
Clinical interpreters are available at the hospital to assist as necessary. A dedicated clinical interpreter can also be arranged to be available for the entire duration of the patient’s stay, for an additional cost, which will be included in your financial package. For families requiring a non-clinical interpreter to provide assistance outside of the clinical setting, this service can be arranged through a third-party vendor, ProTravel, for an additional cost.
Can patients refer themselves or is a physician referral required?
Patients can contact us directly. Find out how to become an international medicine patient. A physician referral is not required.
Will the International Medicine Program assist with my travel arrangements and accommodations?
Patients who are accepted into the International Medicine Program can be connected, upon request, to ProTravel to assist with travel and accommodations. There is a nominal charge for this service, which will be based on an agreement set up between the patient and the vendor.