List of hospitals in Connecticut

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This is a list of hospitals in the U.S. state of Connecticut, sorted by hospital name.[1]

Hospital City/Town
Backus Hospital Norwich
Bridgeport Hospital Bridgeport
Bristol Hospital Bristol
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Torrington
Connecticut Children's Medical Center Hartford
Connecticut Hospice Branford
Connecticut Valley Hospital (psychiatric) Middletown
Danbury Hospital Danbury
Day Kimball Hospital Putnam
Gaylord Hospital Wallingford
Greenwich Hospital Greenwich
Griffin Hospital Derby
Hartford Hospital Hartford
Hospital for Special Care New Britain
The Institute of Living (psychiatric, part of Hartford Hospital) Hartford
Johnson Memorial Hospital Stafford Springs
Lawrence+Memorial Hospital New London
Manchester Memorial Hospital Manchester
Middlesex Hospital Middletown
MidState Medical Center Meriden
Milford Hospital Milford
Mt. Sinai Hospital (now owned by St. Francis Hospital) Hartford
Natchaug Hospital (psychiatric, part of Hartford Hospital) Mansfield
New Milford Hospital New Milford
Norwalk Hospital Norwalk
Rockville General Hospital Vernon
Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center Hartford
Saint Mary's Hospital Waterbury
Sharon Hospital Sharon
Silver Hill Hospital (psychiatric) New Canaan
St. Vincent's Medical Center Bridgeport
Stamford Hospital Stamford
The Hospital of Central Connecticut – New Britain General Campus New Britain
The Hospital of Central Connecticut – Bradley Memorial Campus Southington
University of Connecticut Health Center/John Dempsey Hospital Farmington
Newington Campus (US Veterans Administration) Newington
West Haven Campus (US Veterans Administration) West Haven
Waterbury Hospital Waterbury
Windham Hospital Willimantic
Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven
Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital (a division of Yale-New Haven Hospital) New Haven
Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital (a division of Yale-New Haven Hospital) New Haven

Defunct[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Membership Listing". Connecticut Hospital Association.
  2. ^ "Uncas-on-thames Hospital Closing, A Victim Of Medicine's Changing Face". The Hartford Courant. 3 January 1995. Retrieved 16 September 2018.

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