About Danbury Hospital
About Danbury HospitalAt Danbury Hospital, we are committed to providing you and your family with personalized care without compromise. For more than 130 years, we have been caring for residents throughout the Greater Danbury area. Our patients are people first – we know them from school, church and the community. That’s the benefit of care from our warm, inviting community hospital as opposed to a large, unfamiliar medical center.Learn More
About New Milford Hospital
About New Milford HospitalAt New Milford Hospital, we are committed to providing you and your family with personalized care without compromise. For almost 100 years, we have been caring for residents throughout Litchfield County. New Milford Hospital has an extraordinary tradition of providing warm and personal attention in a local setting.Learn More
About Norwalk Hospital
About Norwalk HospitalAt Norwalk Hospital, we are committed to providing you and your family with personalized care without compromise. For more than 120 years, we have been caring for residents throughout Fairfield and Westchester County. Our patients are people first – we know them from school, church and the community. That’s the benefit of care from our warm, inviting community hospital as opposed to a large, unfamiliar medical center.Learn More
Western Connecticut Medical Group (WCMG)
At Western Connecticut Medical Group, we provide safe, innovative, convenient, and coordinated primary and specialty care. Our primary care doctors – internists, family medicine practitioners, and pediatricians – are here to meet the health care needs of your entire family.
Western Connecticut Medical Group has primary care offices in many convenient locations throughout Fairfield, Litchfield, New Haven, and Putnam County, making it easier for you to receive your routine and urgent care. We have highly trained, board-certified physicians in every medical sub-specialty providing collaborative, coordinated care.
Danbury Hospital’s Kellen Emergency Department is an accredited Level II Trauma Center, a Stroke Center and a Chest Pain Center. New Milford Hospital’s Arnhold Emergency Department is proud to provide excellent emergency medical care to our community and surrounding towns. Norwalk Hospital’s Bauer Emergency Care Center offers a Level II Trauma Center and is certified as a Stroke Center. For the best and fastest care in medical emergencies, please call 9-1-1.
For medical emergencies that are not life-threatening, we offer convenient walk-in Urgent Care at three locations:
Wilton Medical Walk-In Clinic
35 Danbury Road, Suite 5
Wilton, CT 06897
New Canaan Immediate Care
38 East Avenue
New Canaan, CT 06840
Westport Family Health
830 Post Road East Suite G3
Westport, CT 06880
- AEDs Donated by the Gudis Family Installed in Norwalk, New Canaan, Weston, Wilton and Westport
- Danbury Hospital Offers Basic Emergency Medical Technician Course Starting in September
- Dr. Majid Sadigh to Present a Talk About the Zika Virus at Fairfield Woods Branch Library
- Little-Known Hip Joint Can Cause Excruitiating Lower Back Pain - CT Surgeon Unveils New Procedure to Relieve Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
- Dr. Robert C. Gallagher to Lead Cardiothoracic Program at Western Connecticut Health Network
- New Milford Hospital Announces Next Series of Strong Women™ Strong Bones Fitness Classes
- Nora’s Story: “Made me feel as if somebody cared, and at that time, that’s when you need someone to really care.”
- Donna's Story
- David’s Story: “ When you can relate to the doctor who has your life in his hands, it makes for an altogether more comforting experience.”
- Janet’s Story: “That team effort makes you feel like you’re really being taken care of. You were just not a number.”
- Bonni’s Story: “I felt like I was on a boat and someone was steering the boat, otherwise I was lost.”
- Kenneth’s Story: “Once I got to the hospital, I had an EKG done and about 100 new people showed up and I had 100 new friends here at Danbury Hospital."
- Virginia’s Story: “I had had a heart attack at that point, which I didn’t know. The girl in the ambulance was wonderful; she got me into Norwalk Hospital and the doctor that was on call pretty much saved my life.”