Tony Fusco has recently worked at the Hospital of Central Connecticut (New Britian) teaching EPIC OP Time software and providing "Go live" support. He also worked St. Francis Healthcare and Connecticut Children's Hospital as a consultant teaching the Epic electronic medical record and for Yale New Haven Hospital as an EPIC credentialed trainer.
He retired from the Yale School of Medicine, Yale Medical Group in May of
2012 where he worked for over twelve years as the Compliance Coordinator /
Administrative Assistant. He is skilled in writing as well as creating
presentations, web sites, newsletters, publishing, teaching and many
office administrative skills. He also has supervisory and management
skills from years of retail and wholesale business management experiences at
Sears Roebuck, Bradlees, Eastern Bag and Paper, Kayes Art Supply and others. For a complete list of publications, work history, software skills please email from the contact page and ask for a copy of his CV.
Tony Fusco, is a West Haven resident, and is President and Past-President of the CT Poetry Society. He has a Masters Degree in Creative Writing
from Southern Connecticut State University. He was the editor of Caduceus, the anthology of the Yale Medical Group Art Place and past editor of The Connecticut River Review, Long Rive Run, the Southern News, High Tide and
Sounds and Waves of West Haven. His work has appeared in many publications including the Connecticut Review, Louisiana Literature, the Red Rock Review, The South Carolina Review, Lips, and The Paterson Review.
His latest book is Java Scripture 2014 from Flying Horse Press which he began in 2016. Previous books include Droplines, 2009, from Grayson Press and Jessie’s Garden 2003, from Negative Capability Press which feature poems about his youth, in West Haven, Savin Rock and Allingtown. His poetry has won prizes in many contests including The Sunken Garden Poetry Prize. His poem “Harvest” was nominated for a Pushcart Award. He is a member of the New England Poetry Club, past literary chair for the West Haven Council of the Arts and the Milford Fine Arts Council. Tony produced West Shore Poets a television poetry series at CTV, served on its Board of Directors and the Cable Advisory Council. He is an active member of Our Lady of Victory and St. John Vianney Parish and a Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus.