Multiple ways to help patients. In one state-of-the-art space.

The Hospital of Central Connecticut is able to manage complex heart and vascular cases in its new hybrid procedure room, a state-of-the-art suite that allows vascular surgeons, electrophysiologists and invasive cardiologists to perform procedures guided by real-time images.

 

 

Urology: Operating on Another Level

Dr. Ryan Dorin and his team use the latest robotic technology to offer our urology patients an incredible level of accuracy.

The Hospital of Central Connecticut - Cancer Care

At The Hospital of Central Connecticut, we treat cancer with collaboration.



Recognized by Healthgrades® as a Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence™

– the ONLY hospital in Connecticut to earn this distinction for three consecutive years.

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Assessing the Hereditary Risk of Cancer

A new hereditary cancer risk assessment program is helping identify specific cancers in women and men across Connecticut. Hartford HealthCare nurse practitioner Meghan Burgess explains the importance of this program. Q: Why is it so important to have this type of assessment program? A: We’re identifying women at risk for [...]

Southington Community YMCA presents Diabetes Prevention Program in collaboration with Hartford HealthCare

Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects more than 30 million people in the United States with more than 1 million people being diagnosed each year, according to the American Diabetes Association. To address the problem locally, the Southington Community YMCA is launching the free 12-week Diabetes Prevention Program in [...]

Spreading Hope in the World, One Dress at a Time

By making dresses to donate to girls on another continent, Betsy Humiston is paying it forward, despite her own fight for life since she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer nearly five years ago. “When I’m making these dresses I think about these little girls in Africa and how I just [...]

This Procedure Hides Scars in Certain Breast Surgeries

A breast cancer diagnosis can be devastating, with scars from a mastectomy or lumpectomy a constant reminder of the disease. But today, women have options. A procedure known as hidden-scar surgery is as effective as a mastectomy or lumpectomy, but doesn’t leave lasting scars.  The surgery does not change the [...]

When Aches in Legs, Thighs or Hips Signal Hardened Blood Vessels

As we age, our body tends to wear down. We feel aches and pains that we’ve never felt before and with no obvious reason. For almost 12 million people in America, the pain, aching and fatigue they feel in their thighs, hips and leg muscles may be from poor blood [...]

Zero Suicide: A Push for Timely Care for People at Risk

Suicide prevention is a topic that’s very close to Patricia Hayward-Paige’s heart. The Natchaug pharmacy technician lost a close friend to suicide nearly 20 years ago. “She made an attempt and was unsuccessful,” says Hayward-Paige. “I was able to get her to a hospital and get her some help. She moved back [...]


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Monday, Sep 24, 2018, 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Look Good Feel Better

Please join us for the American Cancer Society's Look Good Feel Better program for women undergoing cancer treatment. To register please [...]

Monday, Sep 24, 2018, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

Yoga for Cancer Survivors

This is a gentle yoga class led by a certified Yoga teacher. Yoga matts are available, and wear comfortable clothing. MUST HAVE PHYSICIANS [...]

Tuesday, Sep 25, 2018, 10:30AM - 11:30AM

ACTIVATE THE CURE Prayer Group

This is a weekly interdenominational Christian- based prayer group that gathers patients and caregivers weekly for one hour of prayer. [...]


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