The Greater Waterbury Health Network is a growing family of Waterbury Hospital services dedicated to meeting the changing needs of patients.
- Access Rehab Centers
- Alliance Medical Group
- Cardiology Associates of Greater Waterbury
- Children’s Center of the Greater Waterbury Health Network
- Greater Waterbury Imaging Center
- Greater Waterbury Management Resources
- The Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center (a collaboration with Saint Mary’s Hospital)
- Heart Center of GreaterWaterbury (a collaboration with Saint Mary’s Hospital)
- Imaging Partners
- Valley Imaging Partners
- VNA Health at Home
Access Rehab Centers is a partnership between Waterbury Hospital and Easter Seals, which provides a full array of outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy services to individuals ranging in age from infancy throughout the life cycle. With 10 area locations, the large staff of highly experienced therapists treat a wide range of injuries and disorders. Specialty programs include orthopedic and sports medicine, gait and balance services, pediatric services and aquatic therapy.
Alliance Medical Group is the largest hospital-affiliated, multi-specialty group in the Waterbury area,with more than 100 physicians and healthcare providers practicing in the following specialties; Internal Medicine, Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, Breast Surgery, General Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Endocrinology, Pulmonary, Rheumatology, Infectious Disease/Travel Medicine, and Sleep Medicine. Alliance Medical Group partners with Waterbury Hospital to provide leading-edge health care for its patients. The use of its electronic medical records allows all physicians to have instant access to their patient’s medical records to streamline and coordinate care.
Cardiology Associates of Greater Waterbury is the Waterbury region’s leading physician practice for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Cardiovascular Disease, serving the people of Greater Waterbury for more than 30
years. It is a full-service cardiology treatment center featuring a staff of eight physicians who specialize in everything from intervention to prevention and non-invasive care. The practice, which also offers the latest in sophisticated, state-of-the-art
technologies, works jointly with Waterbury Hospital to provide convenient, “one-stop” services for patients, including diagnostic and laboratory services – all of which are offered either at the practices location at 455 Chase Parkway in Waterbury, or at Waterbury
Hospital. Specialized cardiovascular therapy is also available in conjunction with the Heart Center of Greater Waterbury, where our cardiologists have assumed a leadership role in supporting quality initiatives and outcomes.
The Children’s Center is a nationally accredited, state-licensed child care center and School Readiness Program serving the needs of more than100 youngsters each day. A staff comprised of early childhood professionals care for children from six weeks to five years of age. The Center is open to the public, as well as the children of hospital employees.
Greater Waterbury Imaging Center is located on the Waterbury Hospital campus and provides state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services. With two high-field scanners on the premises, the Center offers the expertise of board-certified radiologists with special training in musculoskeletal and neuro-imaging, as well as a highly trained staff skilled in serving both adults and children. The Center focuses on providing quality care in a spacious, warm atmosphere, with hours of operation tailored to meet the needs of today’s busy patients who benefit by a choice of day, evening or weekend appointments. Results and digital images are available promptly for referring physicians.
The Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center is a partnership between Waterbury Hospital and Saint Mary’s Hospital, combining the outpatient medical and radiation oncology and PET/CT scanning services of both hospitals under one roof on the west side of the city. Its mission is to provide the community with cancer care that offers the most current therapies and coordinates the efforts of the many providers of cancer care in one convenient facility.
As part of a historic partnership with the University of Connecticut Health Center, Waterbury Hospital and Saint Mary’s Hospital joined together to form an advanced cardiac care program offering the community all types of heart care services, including angioplasty and open heart surgery, at both Saint Mary’s Hospital and Waterbury Hospital. The Center’s cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons, among the most experienced in Connecticut, have performed thou-sands of cardiac procedures for patients in the Greater Waterbury Area. A full continuum of care is provided through education, awareness, diagnosis, treatment and finally, through the rehabilitation needed to complete the healing process.
Imaging Partners is a partnership between Waterbury Hospital and Diagnostic Radiology Associates. Located on the hospital campus, the facility provides multi-slice (32 slice) computed tomography (CT) services in a convenient and easily accessible outpatient setting. Board-certified radiologists with special training in musculoskeletal and neuro-imaging are on site. Results and digital images are available promptly for referring physicians.
Valley Imaging Partners is also a partnership between Waterbury Hospital and Diagnostic Radiology Associates, providing high quality open MRI services in an easily accessible Naugatuck setting. The open MRI offers a “wide open” feeling for those who feel anxious about standard MRI scanners. Board-certified radiologists with special training in musculoskeletal and neuro-imaging provide expertise and oversight. Results and digital images are available promptly for referring physicians.
Since 1939, VNA Health at Home has provided coordinated, seamless care for patients making the transition from hospital to home. Its Home Care Program provides a broad range of home health care services to patients of all ages through a staff of skilled and caring nurses, therapists, medical social workers and home health aides. Through an interdisciplinary group of experts, the Hospice Program provides compassionate care and palliative services that meet the medical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients with serious chronic or life-limiting illness.
Access Rehab Centers
Physical therapy, occupationaltherapy and speech therapyLocations in Waterbury, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford,
Southbury and Thomaston203-573-7130.
Alliance Medical Group
Multi-specialty physician practice
Locations in Waterbury, Middlebury, Naugatuck and Woodbury
Cardiology Associates of Greater Waterbury
Full-service cardiology physician practice
Greater Waterbury Imaging Center
Imaging – MRI
The Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center
Cancer care and PET/CT imaging in collaboration with Saint Mary’s Hospital
Heart Center of Greater Waterbury
Advanced cardiac care in collaboration with Saint Mary’s Hospital and UCONN Medical Center
Imaging – Multi slice CT
Valley Imaging Partners
Imaging – Open MRI
VNA Health at Home
Home care and Hospice