The Hospital of Central Connecticut provides comprehensive care for a variety of cancers.

During his 35 years as a surgeon and as chief of New Britain General Hospital's medical staff, George H. Bray, M.D., saw the many faces of cancer. He steadfastly believed positive attitude, compassion and encouragement work hand-in-hand with advanced technology to positively impact recovery. When he was diagnosed with cancer and became a patient himself, he became a living example of the message he proclaimed. The cancer center bearing his name blends science with the art of caring. Thousands of patients have benefited from its vital services since it opened in 1992.

Clinics & Locations

This service is offered at locations and clinics convenient to our patients, both at The Hospital of Central Connecticut and other organizations within Hartford HealthCare. Find out more information here.

Cancer Institute

Five hospital cancer centers working together as one institute.

Our Team

We employ physicians highly trained and experienced in their specialties. Learn more about each doctor’s credentials and history.

Conditions & Treatments

The Hospital of Central Connecticut provides comprehensive care for a variety of cancers.

Departments & Services

The Hospital of Central Connecticut's inpatient oncology unit, C-5, provides advanced medical care and much more.

Patient Support

We understand how overwhelming a new cancer diagnosis can be – and we know just how to help.

Programs & Classes

Take a class, attend an upcoming event, or join a support group. Browse our calendar to view our ongoing classes & events.

Resources & Tools

The Hospital of Central Connecticut's George Bray Cancer Center offers programs and services to help patients and their loved ones deal with physical, emotional, financial and other aspects of cancer.

Hospital of Central Connecticut Clinics & Locations:

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Bradley Memorial Campus

The Bradley Memorial Campus has a legacy of caring for the Southington community and is supported by a staff that has enthusiasm for their work and compassion for their patients.

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New Britain General Campus

The New Britain General Campus opened in 1899 and has grown into a dynamic, acute-care teaching facility. Our reputation as a leading healthcare provider enables us to attract outstanding talent and acquire leading technology to remain firmly committed to our mission to provide outstanding care to our community.

Radiation Oncology List

Radiation Oncology Treatment Center

Most radiation therapy is performed on an outpatient basis in the American Savings Foundation Radiation Oncology Treatment Center behind the main entrance to the New Britain General Campus.

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