Greenwich Hospital is a regional medical center in Greenwich, CT. This 206-bed facility serves Westchester County, New York, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.
The hospital opened in 1903. Since then it has evolved into a progressive medical center and teaching institution
The hospital received the esteemed Summit Award from Press Ganey Associates for five successive years. This award recognizes facilities that uphold a patient's approval standing in the 95th percentile or higher for three years in a row.
Since opening in 1903, the Greenwich Hospital has gone through several significant milestones such as:
- Becoming the first arthritis clinic in southeastern Connecticut in 1954. It was designed to recognize and treat arthritis in the early stages.
- Becoming one of the first hospitals in Connecticut to introduce the "birthing room" for prospective parents in 1981.
- Affiliating with Yale-New Haven Health system in 1998 and becoming a regional teaching hospital
Greenwich Hospital remains cutting edge offering online tools for prescription refills, bill payment, view medical charts, appointment setting, and talking to physicians.
The medical services that they offer include, but are not limited to:
- Heart & Vascular
- Addiction Recovery
- Immunology and Allergy
- Infectious Disease
- Sleep Center
- Speech Pathology
- Vascular Surgery
- Weight Loss (Bariatric) Surgery