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St. Vincent’s will continue to operate as a not-for-profit Catholic hospital.
St. Vincent’s was founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1903 and has been part of the nonprofit Ascension health system since 1999.
Dr. Naeem Sarfraz reached an agreement in 2017 with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection to stop prescribing controlled substances.
Pending regulatory approval, St. Vincent’s would be Hartford HealthCare's second-largest hospital, after 867-bed Hartford Hospital.
The awards, presented to 10 doctors and a future urologist, were co-sponsored by Westfair, publisher of the Fairfield County Business Journal, Westchester County Business Journal and WAG magazine; Stamford Health; Yale New Haven Health; St. Vincent’s Medical Center; business management consultancy Sandler Training; The Bristal assisted living centers; Corporate Audiovisual Services; and Val’s Putnam Wine & Liquors.
The alliance ensures that St. Vincent’s patients will have direct access to Connecticut Children’s highest level NICU in Hartford.
Located in Bridgeport, St. Vincent’s includes a licensed 473-bed community teaching hospital, a 76-bed inpatient psychiatric facility in Westport, and a large multispecialty provider group.
The new offering is designed to increase quality and improve the patient experience while driving efficiency and controlling costs.
A merger between Ascension Health and Providence St. Joseph Health would create the largest hospital chain in the U.S.
Edward J. Kosinski, a former cardiologist at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Bridgeport, was convicted by a jury Tuesday in Hartford federal court.
Total hospital net assets increased by $24 million to $5.42 billion.
Dr. Patricia Calayag of Greenwich Hospital scored the evening’s strongest laugh when accepting her Caring for All Award.
Vicki Briggs will succeed longtime President and CEO Vincent C. Caponi upon his June 30 retirement.
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