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Clinical Locations

Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, York Street Campus

Inpatient Services Medical Directors: Jaspreet Loyal, MD, MS, and Adam Berkwitt, MD

The York street campus serves as the main tertiary academic center for inpatient admissions to the Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital and a major referral center for children needing subspecialty and critical care services in and surrounding New Haven. Our hospitalists supervise pediatric residents and students on the wards and consult on surgical sub-specialty patients. We accept transfers from surrounding hospitals and pediatric offices for a spectrum of clinical diagnoses including children with medical complexity, COVID-19 and related complications, and children with eating disorders. For more information on our Clinical Pathways Program, please click here.

Well Newborn Unit Medical Director: Elena Aragona, MD

Our hospitalists are part of a multidisciplinary team that cares for newborns and their families on our baby-friendly unit. We work closely with obstetricians, midwives, nurses, social workers, and lactation consultants to provide safe and high-quality patient and family-centered care. We are also involved with research activities and the education of medical trainees. Elena Aragona, MD, MS is the Medical Director of the Well Newborn Unit. Dr Aragona completed a hospital medicine fellowship at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, and her interests include medical education and COVID-19 as it relates to newborns. For more on Yale New Haven Children's hospital, click here, and for more on the hospital's maternity services, please click here.

Bridgeport Hospital

Chair of Pediatrics and Medical Director: Magna Dias, MD, FAAP

Bridgeport Hospital is located in the heart of Bridgeport. We serve the city, as well as the surrounding Fairfield county region. We have 20 beds, an onsite sleep center and the state’s only burn center. Our hospitalists see all medical and surgical patients on our unit. We also consult in the emergency room on pediatric patients, as well as see babies in our newborn nursery. Dr. Magna Dias is the medical director, and her interests include simulation training and community advocacy issues. She also serves as the Chair of Pediatrics for Bridgeport Hospital and oversees our primary care clinic and neo-natal intensive care unit (NICU). The services we offer include sleep studies, electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring for seizures, lactation, and child life. We are able to provide consultations from many subspecialists as needed. Our goal is to provide high quality, patient-centered care close to home. We strive to give you the care we would want for our own families. For directions and more information about our center at Bridgeport hospital, please click here. For an inside look at Yale New Haven Children's Hospital at Bridgeport Hospital, please watch here.

Lawrence and Memorial Hospitalist Program

Medical Director: Daniela Hochreiter, MD

Our team of Yale pediatric hospitalists care for newborns, children, and young adults up to the age of 21 years. We work across several different clinical areas. In our role as newborn providers, we attend deliveries and work closely with neonatologists, obstetricians, midwives, nurses, lactation consultants, and social workers when caring for babies on the maternity unit or in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). As a baby-friendly hospital, supporting breastfeeding is very important to us. We see children in the emergency room and manage patients admitted to our Pediatric floor. We co-manage all pediatric patients admitted for surgery with our surgical teams to ensure every child receives the best pediatric care. Through telehealth and phone consults we can apply subspecialty expertise at a local, community hospital level. Dr. Hochreiter leads the pediatric quality improvement program and works on a number of multidisciplinary projects aimed at improving care for children of all ages. For more on our program, please click here.

Greenwich Hospital

The pediatric hospitalist program at Greenwich is the newest addition to our clinical programs. Our pediatric hospitalists cover the inpatient pediatric unit, provide consultations to surgical sub-specialty patients and assist in the pediatric emergency room. For more on the program at Greenwich hospital, please click here.