Bradley Memorial campus:
New Britain General campus:
Bradley Memorial campus (Southington)
New Britain General campus
- For emergencies, follow the signs to the Emergency Department, to the right after you pull into the hospital driveway.
- Parking is free in the hospital lot. Handicapped parking is available in the lots closest to the hospital entrance.
- Valet parking is available for patients being admitted to the hospital and for visitors: (860) 276-5117.
- For emergencies, follow signs to the Emergency Department, in the Tomasso Tower, ground floor (enter from Grand Street). Free valet parking is available.
- For patients being admitted to the hospital, vehicles may park in the attached garage, or at the hospital campus main entrance (5-minute drop-off parking). Visitors who park at the main entrance should move their cars to the garage after taking the patient to the Information Desk.
- Parking - The city parking garage next to the hospital campus Lobby is the most convenient place to park. Elderly or disabled persons who need assistance getting to patient areas should ask for help at the Information Desk in the Lobby.
What to bring - What not to bring
Please DO bring:
Please do NOT bring:
- Insurance card
- Photo ID - Driver's license, passport or other form of photo identification
- Prescription medications:
- For inpatient admissions only, bring a list of your prescription medications.
- For ambulatory procedures, you do not need to bring your prescriptions.
- For inpatient and ambulatory procedures, bring a list of any over-the-counter medications, as well as any vitamins, supplements or herbal products you're taking.
- Glasses, dentures, hearing aids and any other assistive devices you use.
- Cell phones - prohibited in patient care areas
- Extra clothes, toiletries, etc. Your visitors can bring pajamas, robes, toiletries and other items to you after admission.
Valuables such as jewelry or electronic devices.
If the patient cannot leave valuables at home or with relatives or friends, we will deposit valuables in the hospital safe and issue a receipt. Although we are unable to assume responsibility for lost or missing items, we will do everything possible to help locate them.
State regulations prohibit the use of plug-in radios in hospitals. Only battery powered radios may be used.