Goodman Honored as Yale-New Haven Hospital Dream Builder

alt textPictured at the ceremony are (left to right): Kevin Myatt, senior vice president of human resources; Marna P. Borgstrom, YNHH President & CEO; Goodman; and Richard D'Aquila, executive president and COO. Photo courtesy of Mark D'Antonio 

Branford resident T. Robert Goodman, MD, was among a group of five employees recognized as Dream Builders by Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) during it's eight annual ceremony honoring the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The awards are given to employees who personify his ideals and values.

Goodman is the assistant chief of diagnostic radiology at YNHH. He received his medical degree from Cambridge University in England and completed his residency and fellowship training in diagnostic radiology in Oxford, England, where he worked as a pediatric radiologist for five years before embarking on his career at YNHH. During his four-year tenure at YNHH, Dr. Goodman has served as clinical chief of pediatric radiology and is now vice chair of clinical affairs in the department of diagnostic radiology at the Yale School of Medicine.