Program Highlights

The Yale Pediatric Refugee Clinic

The Yale Pediatric Refugee Clinic, a resident initiated project, is a partnership between the Yale Pediatric Residency Program and Integrated Refugee and Resettlement Services of New Haven....

Quality Improvement Curriculum

In our children's hospital, we are constantly looking for ways to improve the care that we deliver to our patients, and our residents have taken a leadership role in this effort.

Healthy Lives Curriculum

In 2016, we launched a new curriculum designed to engage our residents in exploring the ways in which our patients' health is determined by the communities in which they live: their...

Group Well Child Care

Offered as an option to PGY2 and PGY3 residents, our Group Well Child care model allows a resident to recruit a cohort of 4-8 newborns born at about the same time and to follow this cohort...

The Yale Pediatric Diversity Council

The Yale Pediatric Diversity Council is an organization comprised of a group of residents, with the support of the pediatric faculty, who seek to promote diversity and inclusivity within...

Ambulatory Immersion Schedule

In 2015, we initiated an exciting change in our block scheduling. Known as an "ambulatory immersion schedule" or, at Yale, 4+2+2, this method of scheduling allows our residents to spend...

Global Health

In 2008, our residents together with our faculty began working toward the creation of a Global Health Track to incorporate education, service, research and collaboration into the residency...

Yale Children's Hispanic Clinic

In the fall of 2013, the first pediatric Hispanic clinic in Connecticut was created at Yale New Haven Hospital by Dr. Marietta Vázquez and 3 pediatric residents. This clinic (Y-CHiC--...