The Hospital of Central Connecticut (THOCC) is a 414-bed, 32-bassinet, acute-care community teaching hospital with campuses in New Britain and Southington. The hospital was created with the 2006 merger of the former New Britain General and Bradley Memorial hospitals.
Affiliated with the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, The Hospital of Central Connecticut provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services in general medicine and surgery and a wide variety of specialties. Specialty centers include the Endocrine and Bone Health Center, Cancer Services, Cardiology, Clinical Research, Family BirthPlace, Joslin Diabetes Center Affiliate, Joint and Spine Center, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Sleep Disorders Center, Vascular Center, Center for Bariatric Surgery, Weigh Your Options Weight Loss Center, Wolfson Palliative Care Consult Services, and Wound Care Center.
The Hospital of Central Connecticut has a medical staff of more than 400 physicians. Through the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, the hospital participates in residency programs for primary care internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, otolaryngology, and general surgery.
The Hospital of Central Connecticut is a member of the Central Connecticut Health Alliance, a system of healthcare affiliates that provides a wide array of services throughout the region, caring for patients from birth through the end of life.