Waterbury Hospital and its Health Network at a glance
— Year founded – 1890
— Location: 64 Robbins Street, Waterbury, Connecticut 06721
— Communities: Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Cheshire, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford, Prospect, Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, Woodbury.
— Total population served: 280,000.
— Number of licensed beds – 357
— Number of employees – 2,000
— Number of doctors – 434
— Number of annual admissions – 13,406
— Number of newborns – 1,125
— Outpatient visits – 168,418
— Emergency Department visits – 58,000
— Behavioral Health outpatient visits – 27,272
Yale University School of Medicine, the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center, a joint partnership between Waterbury Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital.
Heart Center: Heart Center of Greater Waterbury, a joint partnership between Waterbury Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital, and the University of Connecticut Medical Center.
JCAHO Accreditation: Last accreditation cycle, July 2010.
— Founded in 1890
— Oldest organization of its type in Connecticut
— Has raised more than $1 million.
Greater Waterbury Health Network Facts
— The parent company of Waterbury Hospital
— The Greater Waterbury Health Network is a growing family of Waterbury Hospital services dedicated to meeting the changing needs of patients, physicians’ offices and skilled nursing facilities. From nursing care, hospice, imaging, oncology and physical rehabilitation services, the Network extends Hospital-Quality care to settings as diverse as an outpatient office setting, home and skilled nursing facilities.