Mount Sinai Hospital (Hartford)

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Mount Sinai Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut was a hospital founded in 1923. In 1995 it merged with Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center. The facilities that once housed the hospital are now designated as the Mount Sinai Campus of Saint Francis Care.

In 1923, the Jewish community organized Mount Sinai Hospital, the city's third general hospital. In 1990, the hospital became affiliated with Saint Francis to create a regional health system. It was the first recorded instance of collaboration between a Catholic and Jewish hospital in U.S. history. The two institutions completed the formal merger.
In 1990, Saint Francis made history when it affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital, the first recorded collaboration between a Catholic and a Jewish-sponsored hospital in the United States. Five years later, a formal corporate merger was completed. Today, the Mount Sinai Campus is a vital component of Saint Francis Care, a dynamic integrated health care delivery system.

Coordinates: 41°46′24″N 72°41′59″W / 41.7733°N 72.6997°W / 41.7733; -72.6997