Yale New Haven Health invests $160M in Greenwich Hospital to expand clinical, ambulatory services — 3 insights

Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health is investing $160 million to help Greenwich (Conn.) Hospital expand its clinical and ambulatory presence in Fairfield and Westchester counties in Connecticut, Hamlet Hub reports.

Here's what you should know:

1. Greenwich Hospital will add several physicians and construct new ambulatory sites in Westchester and Fairfield counties with the investment.

2. The investments builds on a 20-year partnership between Greenwich and Yale New Haven.

3. Greenwich Hospital Board of Trustees Chair Arthur Martinez said, "We are delighted by Yale New Haven Health’s commitment to support the continued growth of our hospital, which has been serving our community for over 110 years. This $160 million investment will ensure that we stay in the forefront of healthcare delivery and take full advantage of the exciting developments in treatment."

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