Yale Practice May 2013

MS Center in North Haven is a ‘one-stop shop’ for patients

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May 15 was a landmark day for Drs. David Hafler and Daniel Pelletier. On that day they cut a ribbon to mark the opening of the new Interventional Immunology Center and MS Center in North Haven, which will provide a convenient “one-stop shop” for patients.

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Meet the Physicians videos highlight a passion for medicine

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Yale Medical Group doctors are the stars in a Yale School of Medicine YouTube video series called “Meet Yale Physicians.” The videos give doctors a chance to talk about something they are passionate about: providing efficient, compassionate patient care.

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New clinical chief will expand services in digestive diseases

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John I. Allen, MD, MBA, a specialist in colon cancer and the genetics of colon cancer, has joined Yale Medical Group as clinical chief of gastroenterology and hepatology. His goal is to make Yale a “destination center” for digestive diseases.

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MyChart is making an impact, but more sign-ups are needed

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MyChart, the Epic electronic medical record program that allows patients to quickly view their health information, make appointments and more, is popular among those who are using it. The next few months will bring a major push to sign up more patients.

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Nominate your favorite Outstanding Employee team!

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Yale Medical Group would like to honor an Outstanding Employee Team—a group of people who work for the clinical practice in any capacity. They should be efficient, organized and dependable, demonstrate superior customer service skills and always have a positive attitude.

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Staff Spotlight: Helping patients help themselves

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Geralynn Spollett, APRN, associate director of the Yale Diabetes Center, is a teacher at heart. She says, “For me, it’s all about the patients. I like teaching people how to take care of themselves. This has always been right up my alley.”

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