Discover the difference it makes to work for a Press Ganey Summit Award-winning facility. Greenwich Hospital is a 206-bed (including bassinets) regional provider of care offering a diverse range of acclaimed specialty services in a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility that serves as a national model for advanced health care design. We invite you to learn firsthand what our unwavering commitment to patient satisfaction, service excellence and professional expertise can do for your career.
Our commitment to excellence is evident by the fact that we received an "A" in Patient Safety Rankings by the Leapfrog Group, a national patient advocacy group that ranked 2,652 hospitals nationwide. Here, we rely on our employee "safety champions" to continuously promote safe practices in clinical and non-clinical settings. These dedicated team members - including physicians, nurses and other employees - meet with leadership weekly to ensure we maintain these high standards.
Learn more about our Patient Safety Ranking by clicking on the following link:
Greenwich Hospital Earns an "A" in Patient Safety Rankings
As a prospective employee, you'll be interested in knowing that YNHHS has been selected as one of the Most Wired Hospitals in the nation by Hospitals and Health Networks, a trade magazine published by the American Hospital Association. This recognition is based on technology advancements made by organizations to enhance patient safety, clinical quality and customer service in healthcare centers. Here at Greenwich Hospital, we have implemented Epic, a sophisticated electronic medical record (EMR) system that will connect patients, hospital caregivers and physician offices throughout the entire Yale New Haven Health System, improving patient safety and the quality of care.
Learn more about Epic by clicking on the following links:
- Electronic Medical Record
- About Our Electronic Medical Record
- Ask About Our EMR
(View a short video about Epic at Greenwich Hospital)
Greenwich Hospital helps dad in Iraq join his wife in the military room!
Click here to read about how generous donations and state-of-the-art technology allowed U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Timothy Leonard to experience his child's birth from 9,000 miles away.