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Greenwich Hospital offers new lung cancer screening program

Only 16% of lung cancers are diagnosed early when the five-year survival rate is 56%.

Greenwich Hospital looks to future of cancer care

“Cancer treatments are now dramatically better than they were only 20 years ago,” Dr. Krop said.

Greenwich Hospital’s emergency department recalls Covid’s worst days in new book

Dr. Davison recalled he was one of the first Covid patients.

Greenwich and Bridgeport Hospitals donate diapers local nonprofits

Diaper Bank of Connecticut said nearly one in three families struggle to afford diapers.

Greenwich Hospital submits new proposal for cancer center

The town government will review the proposal in April.

Former Greenwich Hospital chief of staff to present free seminar ‘Aging...

Breakfast, coffee and refreshments will be served.

Yale New Haven Health acquires three Connecticut hospitals

Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Supply chain woes delay distribution of Connecticut’s at-home Covid tests

No date was given on when the tests would be available.

Dr. Barbara A. Ward to chair Greenwich Hospital’s surgery department

She is first or co-author on more than 45 peer-reviewed papers.

New report highlights the health of Connecticut’s hospitals

Total hospital net assets increased to $7.67 billion in Fiscal Year 2020.

Amir Garakani to chair Greenwich Hospital’s psychiatry and behavioral health department

“Expanding Greenwich Hospital’s Behavioral Health program has been an important initiative for us, magnified by the mental health crisis that has grown exponentially since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic," noted the hospital's president.

Area hospitals being penalized by Medicare for excessive patient readmissions

All told, Medicare is reducing its payments to 2,499 hospitals – 47% of the nation’s institutions.

Greenwich P&Z rejects hospital’s proposed cancer center

Many residents complained the center would have disrupted the neighborhood's character and traffic.

Many regional hospitals will have Medicare payments cut

The penalties are based on patients who stayed in the hospitals anytime between mid-2017 and 2019, before Covid-19.

Connecticut’s hospitals receiving another $40M from state for fight against Covid

“While these hospitals have received direct federal aid during this crisis, some of them and their affiliated practices are still experiencing financial hardship,” noted Gov. Ned Lamont.