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Community May 21, 2009

The U.S. Army wants a few good - interviews

The U.S. Army wants a few good - interviews

Yale-New Haven Hospital is the first major hospital in the northeast to partner with the U.S. Army and agree to interview honorably discharged soldiers for open positions throughout the hospital. The program is called Army Partnership for Youth Success and works to connect civilian corporations, companies and government agencies with soldiers when they complete their military commitment. Shown at the recent ceremony are (l-r): Brigadier General Joseph Anderson; Marna P. Borgstrom, president and CEO; Lieutenant Colonel Tony Esposito; Evans Simmons, YNHH physician assistant, who was trained as a medic while in the U.S. Army and spoke at the ceremony; and Kevin Myatt, senior vice president, Human Resources.

 

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