Yale Medical Group Becomes Yale Medicine

Yale Medical Group, the clinical practice of the Yale School of Medicine and the largest academic multi-specialty practice in New England, has been advancing medicine for more than 200 years. But now it has a new name: Yale Medicine.

Our practice is not just changing its name to Yale Medicine. We are changing the way we work. With our firm roots in research and education, we’re focusing on achieving ever greater heights in patient care.

Dr. Paul Taheri, CEO of Yale Medicine

“We acknowledge the need to focus on the continuum of care and are constantly adapting our practice to follow suit,” said Paul Taheri, CEO of Yale Medicine. “That’s why we’re pleased to announce that Yale Medical Group is rebranding as Yale Medicine.”

“Our practice is not just changing its name to Yale Medicine,” Dr. Taheri said. “We are changing the way we work. With our firm roots in research and education, we’re focusing on achieving ever greater heights in patient care.”

With more than 1,200 doctors, Yale Medicine enables each to play multiple roles in advancing their fields — from treating and caring for patients to developing new cures through innovative research to educating future doctors. The new brand signals an increased emphasis on collaboration, among care teams as well as with patients and partners. The goal: To work together to achieve the best care possible.

This article was submitted by Mark Santore on August 30, 2016.

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