Awards & Honors

Awards & Honors

Saint Raphael’s has been recognized as:

  • One of the Top 50 hospitals in the U.S. in a 2002 study published by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
  • One of the “Top 100 Hospitals” in the U.S. by Solucient, recognized for overall services, intensive care, stroke care, orthopedic services, and cardiac bypass surgery.
  • One of the “Best Places to Work in Connecticut” by Connecticut magazine
  • One of the nation’s “100 Best Companies for Working Women” by Working Mother magazine.
  • We are only as good as our employees and medical staff members, who have been recognized both for their professional accomplishments and civic contributions.

Other awards and recognition

We’re chosen to lead. Our staff and physicians have received awards from and have been chosen for leadership positions in prestigious organizations.

Local, state, national, and international positions held to date by members of our Medical Staff

Neurosurgeon Isaac Goodrich, M.D., president, Connecticut State Medical Society; immediate past president, Connecticut Neurosurgical Society; former president, New Haven Medical Association, New Haven County Medical Association and New England Neurosurgical Society.

Sharon Weissman, M.D., Saint Raphael’s director of HIV Services, recipient of the Home Care Partnership Award from the Visiting Nurse Association of South Central Connecticut.

K.J. Lee, M.D.; section chief, Otolayrngology, president, American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery and its Foundation; president, New Haven County Medical Association.

Electrophysiologist and cardiologist Mark Schoenfeld, M.D., president, North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology


Amanda Caswell, R.N., Coronary Care Unit, Nursing Student Leadership Award, New York State Nurses Association.

Angie Field, director, therapeutic recreation services, Saint Regis Health Center, Therapeutic Recreation Award, Connecticut Recreation and Parks Association.

Page last updated on Dec. 02, 2008