For decades, The Hospital of Central Connecticut Auxiliary has donated millions of dollars toward equipment, technology, facilities and valuable programs and services. The hospital has come to rely on the superior fundraising success of the Auxiliary to offset the costs of the most advanced health care to the community. Recent auxiliary-supported projects include:
The 2009 New Britain Auxiliary Golf Tournament raised more than $70,600 toward the purchase of a maternal fetal ultrasound machine used to perform exams on women with high-risk pregnancies.
New Britain ED expansion and renovation
The Auxiliary donated $200,000 toward the expansion and renovation of the New Britain General campus Emergency Department. Learn more about the Emergency Department expansion
Cardiac catheterization suite
The Auxiliary donated $1 million to help refurbish the New Britain General campus cardiac catheterization suite. Learn more about the cardiac catheterization suite
Auxiliary Cancer Resource Library
Opened 10 years ago, the library, at the New Britain General campus, provides information and assistance to cancer patients, their caregivers and the community. The Auxiliary funded a library renovation in 2008 and continues to financially support the library. Learn more about the Auxiliary Cancer Resource Library
The 2007 Bradley Memorial campus Auxiliary fashion show helped the Bradley campus Emergency Department acquire a device to detect carbon monoxide poisoning. Learn more about the Emergency Department
Cardiology ultrasound equipment
Proceeds from Bradley Auxiliary's 2008 fashion show enabled the Auxiliary to make its first $10,000 commitment toward new cardiology ultrasound technology and equipment for the Bradley campus.
Bradley Memorial campus lobby
The Auxiliary helped finance the complete renovation of the hospital lobby, including a new reception area, admitting offices, communications center and gift shop. The Auxiliary also made the lead gift for construction of the new garden and patio off the main lobby.