Yale-New Haven Hospital offers Reiki as a therapy

Yale-New Haven Hospital and Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, with buildings of the Yale University School of Medicine in the foreground.

Yale–New Haven Hospital and Yale–New Haven Children's Hospital, with buildings of the Yale University School of Medicine in the foreground — Yale School of Medicine

Yale–New Haven Hospital is affiliated with the Yale School of Medicine and regularly ranks among the best hospitals in the U.S. The hospital provides services to more than 503,000 outpatients and emergency visits per year. It has a physician base of over 2,000 and employs some 6,000 people making it the second largest employer in New Haven, Connecticut. [Source: Wikipedia.]

Yale–New Haven Hospital offers Reiki as complementary care in combination with traditional medicine. The hospital reports that “Practitioners and patients who use Reiki therapy at YNHH attest to its ability to promote relaxation, ease pain and pave the way for healing.” [See our Reiki in Hospitals article.]

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