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The state's hospitals have spent between $75 million and $100 million to date for supplies, equipment, training and increasing patient capacity, the Connecticut Hospital Association said.
“About one-third of the children in the State of Connecticut live in Fairfield County,” says the organization's president and CEO Jim Shmerling. “Our ‘close to home’ strategy for pediatric care involves bringing our specialists close to where children live.”
A $1.5 million gift from the Robert R. Rosenheim Foundation will enable Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford to move forward with plans to...
The acquisition aims to boost Connecticut Children's sports medicine portfolio and expand its footprint in the southwest corridor of the state.
The alliance ensures that St. Vincent’s patients will have direct access to Connecticut Children’s highest level NICU in Hartford.
Connecticut Children's pediatric hospitalists and physician assistants are now offering inpatient care for children at Danbury Hospital and Norwalk Hospital.
With the $99,850 grant from the Aetna Foundation, the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s is expanding the use of an approach called the “strengthening families protective factors framework,” to design, implement and evaluate interventions that will benefit vulnerable children.
Jeffrey Hyams is a study in accomplishment, having published more than 250 peer-reviewed articles and a medical textbook.