Find Hartford County Connecticut hospitals, children's and pediatric centers, patient care & medical facilities, urgent care, emergency room, ambulance, and EMS emergency services. Hospitals provide information on patients, healthcare, medical procedures, doctor visits, and medical insurance.
Bristol Hospital 41 Brewster Road Bristol CT 06010 860-585-3000
Bristol Hospital Wellness Center 842 Clark Avenue Bristol CT 06010 860-582-9355
Charter Oak Health Center 32 Grand Street Hartford CT 06106 860-550-7500
Connecticut Children's Medical Center 282 Washington Street Hartford CT 06106 860-545-9000
CorpCare Occupational Health 1075 Tolland Turnpike Manchester CT 06042 860-647-4796
Eastern Connecticut Health Network 71 Haynes Street Manchester CT 06040 860-646-1222
Glastonbury Wellness Center 628 Hebron Avenue Glastonbury CT 06033 860-652-7066
Hartford Hospital 80 Seymour Street Hartford CT 06106 860-545-5000
Hospital for Special Care 2150 Corbin Avenue New Britain CT 06053 860-223-2761
John A. DeQuattro Community Cancer Center 100 Haynes Street Manchester CT 06040 860-533-2929
John Dempsey Hospital 263 Farmington Avenue Farmington CT 06032 860-679-1145
Manchester Memorial Hospital 71 Haynes Street Manchester CT 06040 860-646-1222
Middlesex Hospital Marlborough Medical Center 12 Jones Hollow Road Marlborough CT 06447 860-375-0284
Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital 490 Blue Hills Avenue Hartford CT 06112 860-714-3500
New Britain General Hospital 100 Grand Street New Britain CT 06052 860-225-6244
Pat and Jim Calhoun Cardiology Center 263 Farmington Avenue Farmington CT 06032 860-679-3343
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center 114 Woodland Street Hartford CT 06105 860-714-4000
Summit Medical Center 360 Market Street Hartford CT 06120 860-493-6575
The Hospital Of Central Connecticut: Bradley Memorial Campus 81 Meriden Avenue Southington CT 06489 860-276-5000
The Hospital of Central Connecticut 100 Grand Street New Britain CT 06052 860-224-5011
The Emergency Treatment and Labor Act gives individuals the right to emergency care regardless of their ability to pay. Nevertheless, Hospital staff will ask for insurance information, if possible, upon a patient's arrival. Hospitals are not obligated to treat uninsured patients that are not experiencing an emergency.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act entitles all patients to have access to their medical records. Most Hospitals will require an authorization form and picture identification before releasing medical records. In rare cases, a Hospital may withhold certain information, such as psychotherapy notes.
Hospitals develop a list of charges for each of the Hospital's procedures and supplies. The list, referred to as the Chargemaster, covers thousands of items and forms the basis for billing patients and third party payers.