EIN 06-0646668

Hartford Hospital

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Hartford Hospital, founded in 1854, one of the largest teaching hospitals and tertiary care centers in New England with perhaps the region’s busiest surgery practice, has been training physicians for over 160 years.
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The Hartford HealthCare Heart & Vascular Institute, a national leader in cardiovascular disease prevention, treatment, surgery and research, cares for more patients and performs more advanced cardiac procedures than any other cardiac program in Connecticut with doctors using the most innovative technology available to provide the very best, personalized care for patients. Our Cardiologists care for your heart and blood vessels. They're skilled at diagnosing and treating a wide range of heart conditions without the use of surgery. The Hartford HealthCare Heart & Vascular institute provides treatments to a wide range of heart and vascular conditions at all of our acute care hospitals, which includes Hartford Hospital. Dedicated to the care of the heart in all its complexities, Hartford Hospital's Cardiology Division offers outstanding multi-disciplinary cardiovascular programs designed to provide excellence in treatment, diagnosis and management through the entire spectrum of cardiovascular disease.The Division has an unwavering commitment to provide the very best care to our cardiac patients who need clinical services, angioplasty, surgery or other procedures, as well as others who want to make their hearts healthier through preventive, pharmacological or rehabilitative therapy Heart & Vascular Services provided at Hartford Hospital includes: Atrial Fibrillation CenterCardiovascular SurgeryChest Pain CenterCongestive Heart Disease CenterHeart Failure Infusion ProgramHeart Failure Rescue ProgramHeart TransplantationLDL-Apheresis CenterMinimally Invasive Maze SurgeryMitral Valve RepairNuclear CardiologyPreventive CardiologyTranscatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) ProgramVascular LaboratoryVascular SurgeryAdult Congenital Heart DiseaseAbnormal Heart RhythmsAnginaAortic Aneurysm & DissectionAortic DiseaseBroken Heart SyndromeCardiac TumorsCardiomyopathyCarotid Artery DiseaseChest PainCholesterolCoronary Artery DiseaseDeep Vein ThrombosisEndocarditisHeart FailureHeart AttackHypertensionMarfan SyndromeMesenteric Artery DiseaseMitral Valve RepairMyocardial Infarction (Heart AttackMyocarditisPalpitationsPeri... AneurysmPeripheral Artery DiseasePulmonary EmbolismRenal Artery DiseaseSyncopeThoracic Outlet SyndromeValvular Heart DiseaseVein TherapiesWe were recognized by U.S. News & World Report (2020-21) for Best Regional Hospitals (*Ranked #1 in Hartford Metro Area) and recognized as high-performing in Orthopedics, Aortic Valve Surgery, Heart Bypass Surgery, Heart Failure, Colon Cancer Surgery, Lung Cancer Surgery, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Hip Replacement and Knee Replacement.For FY22, there were 54,380 cases with an average length of stay of 6.5 days.
At Hartford HealthCare's Ayer Neuroscience Institute, the concept of a second opinion is taken to a new level. Each week, all our specialists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, neurointensivists, and neuro-critical care nurses meet to review each individual case. Together, they pool their knowledge and experience to give our patients the most advanced treatment plan possible. We are the only System in the region that operates this way. We also have the region's only neurological intensive care unit.More than fifty million Americans will experience a disorder of the brain or nervous system each year. Common disorders include stroke, brain tumors, memory disorders, sleep disorders, movement disorders, chronic headaches, spinal cord injuries, severe back and neck pain, seizures, and Parkinson's disease. The HHC Neuroscience Center offers a unique integration between neurology, neuroscience and neurosurgery, to give patients a comprehensive approach to treating and/or managing their symptoms and living a healthier, more balanced life. The Institute offer an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to care, coupled with state-of-the-art technology and techniques that enable us to provide every patient the best possible outcome. Our physicians practice some of the most advanced treatments available in the nation, including minimally invasive brain and spine surgery, at-home seizure monitoring and pain management.Conditions treated at the Institute include: Headaches; Epilepsy; Stroke; Movement Disorders; Multiple Sclerosis; Pain Management; Hearing Loss and more. The Institute is made up of departments that provide these services to our patients at its various locations that include Hartford Hospital. Our departments include: Epilepsy Center; Headache Center; Hearing and Balance Center; Memory Care Center; Chase Family Movement Disorder Center, among others. During FY22, Hartford Hospital treated 27,403 cases with an average length of stay of 8.2 days across its various locations within the Greater Hartford region.
Hartford HealthCare is Connecticut's most comprehensive healthcare network. Our fully integrated health system includes a tertiary-care teaching hospital, an acute-care community teaching hospital, an acute-care hospital and trauma center, two community hospitals. The Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute encompasses comprehensive cancer centers at seven hospitals across Connecticut Hartford Hospital, The Hospital of Central Connecticut, Backus Hospital, Midstate Medical Center, Windham Hospital, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital and St Vincent's Medical Center. Collectively, the cancer programs within the Cancer Institute treat more than 5,000 new cancer patients per year while caring for tens of thousands of existing patients, offering a full range of innovative, evidence-based and personalized treatments designed to meet the needs of each individual patient. Our innovative Institute approach is unlike any other in the state and is among the most highly regarded in the nation. Through our Institute, which is organized around a specific disease and not necessarily location, we can apply best practices throughout our system so that patients receive the same high standards of care no matter where they live or which Hartford HealthCare cancer center they choose. For all of our patients, a dedicated team of oncologists, surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, nurses, clinical researchers, technicians and others collaborate to provide the exact course of care they need. The Institute's multidisciplinary disease management teams meet and collaborate regularly to lend expertise and insight on numerous cancer types, translating into exceptional coordinated care. The Institute's accomplished, fellowship-trained physicians are nationally recognized for their level of sophisticated care in areas such as radiation oncology, medical oncology and surgical oncology. Patients are also cared for in an environment that emphasizes compassion and personal connections, with a team of trained nurse navigators who provide guidance and support to patients and families, from diagnosis to recovery. The Institute also boasts a thriving survivorship program. In 2013, the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute became the first community-based cancer program to become a member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance, establishing a relationship with one of the world's premier cancer centers. The Institute's membership in the Alliance provides patients in Connecticut access to the most advanced, leading-edge treatments available anywhere. In 2017, the Institute was accredited as a network by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, one of a select few institutes nationwide to be recognized as a system, rather than individual cancer centers. For patients coming through our doors with a cancer diagnosis, that means three things: standardized care, more options and more hope.More than four years after the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute became the charter member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Alliance, cancer patients now have unprecedented access to the world's most advanced clinical trials. And more than ever before, physicians, nurses, pharmacists and researchers are working collaboratively to implement cancer treatment standards and protocols developed at MSK, the premier cancer treatment center in the country. This distinctive cancer care and clinical research partnership means the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute brings the most innovative, evidence-based cancer care directly into community settings.For FY22, the approximate number of cases were as follows:Hartford Hospital - 3,381Hospital of Central Connecticut - 1,325Backus Hospital - 921Midstate Medical Center - 720Windham Hospital - 164Charlotte Hungerford Hospital - 308St Vincent's Medical Center - 696The five most common types of cancer diagnosed by teams of specialists at the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute are cancers of the bladder, breast, colon, lung and prostate. Each patient has a unique scenario requiring a personalized plan.Approximately 1,714 Breast Cancer cases were treated across the system as follows:Hartford Hospital - 638Hospital of Central Connecticut - 2324Backus Hospital - 240Midstate Medical Center - 212Windham Hospital - 70Charlotte Hungerford Hospital - 52St Vincent's Medical Center - 178Approximately 851 Lung Cancer cases were treated across the system as follows:Hartford Hospital - 381Hospital of Central Connecticut - 167Backus Hospital - 131Midstate Medical Center - 61Windham Hospital - 17Charlotte Hungerford Hospital - 36St Vincent's Medical Center - 57Approximately 1,175 Prostate Cancer cases were treated across the system as follows:Hartford Hospital - 580Hospital of Central Connecticut - 158Backus Hospital - 130Midstate Medical Center - 125Windham Hospital - 1Charlotte Hungerford Hospital - 54 St Vincent's Medical Center - 127 Approximately 393 Bladder Cancer cases were treated across the system as follows:Hartford Hospital - 146Hospital of Central Connecticut - 58Backus Hospital - 72Midstate Medical Center - 51 Windham Hospital - 12Charlotte Hungerford Hospital - 32St Vincent's Medical Center - 22Approximately 334 Colon Cancer cases were treated across the system as follows:Hartford Hospital - 145Hospital of Central Connecticut - 60Backus Hospital - 33Midstate Medical Center - 43Windham Hospital - 7Charlotte Hungerford Hospital - 12St Vincent's Medical Center - 34As always, Hartford HealthCare is creating a better future for healthcare in Connecticut and beyond. We are a community of caregivers engaged in developing a coordinated, consistent high standard of care. We use research and education as partners in care delivery. We create and engage in meaningful alliances to enhance access to services. We invest in technology and training to develop new pathways to improve the timeliness, efficiency and accuracy of our services.
Hartford Hospital, founded in 1854, is one of the largest teaching hospitals and tertiary care centers in New England with perhaps the region's busiest surgery practice and has been training physicians for over 160 years. It is a member of Hartford HealthCare Corporation, a large, diversified health care system.The hospital is a regional referral center that provides high-quality care in all clinical disciplines. Among its divisions is The Institute of Living, a 114-bed mental health facility with a national and international reputation of excellence. Jefferson House, a 104-bed long-term care facility, is also part of Hartford Hospital. The hospital's active medical staff includes more than 1,000 physicians and dentists within 18 departments. It is an 867-bed hospital occupying a 65-acre campus in downtown Hartford and operating satellite facilities in Avon, Bloomfield, Cheshire, Enfield, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Manchester, Meriden, Newington, Prospect, South Windsor, Vernon, Wallingford, West Hartford, Wethersfield and Windsor.In addition to above, the hospital provides services/programs including but not limited to the following:BariatricsBehavioral & Mental HealthBone & Joint InstituteCancer CareCardiology & Heart CareCedar Mountain CommonsCenter for Musculoskeletal HealthCritical CareCystic Fibrosis CenterDentalDiabetesEmergency ServicesEye CareEye SurgeryGastroenterologyHeadache CenterHearing & BalanceHerniasImaging ServicesIntegrative MedicineJefferson HouseLIFE STARLiver & HepatologyLung & PulmonaryMedical Weight LossMinimally Invasive SurgeryMovement Disorders CenterNeurosciencesPalliative CarePain TreatmentPediatricsPhysical RehabilitationPrimary Care & Family MedicineRobotic SurgerySenior ServicesSleep DisordersSpine CareStrokeSurgical Weight LossThoracic SurgeryTransplant ServicesTraumatologyUrology & KidneyVascularWomen's Health ServicesWound CareWeight Loss

Grants made by Hartford Hospital

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
The Travelers ChampionshipThe Greater Hartford Community Foundation, Inc. Dba Travelers Championship Donates 100 Percent of Its Net Proceeds To Charity From Its Annual Connecticut Professional Sporting Event and Provides A Platform for Its Charitable Partners To Raise Awareness for Their Missions.$145,800
Hartford Healthcare at HomeTo Provide Funding for the V.n.a. Transition Nurse Program.$99,137
Connecticut Cancer FoundationThe Connecticut Cancer Foundation Is Dedicated To Providing Financial Assistance To Connecticut Cancer Patients and Their Families To Help With Basic Living Expenses, Such As Rent, Mortgage, and Utilities, and To Fund Research.$39,150
...and 15 more grants made

Who funds Hartford Hospital

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundFor Grant Recipient's Exempt Purposes$3,177,929
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundFor Grant Recipient's Exempt Purposes$3,177,929
Capewellg JR Uw HTFD Hospital Et#2Unrestricted General$1,531,813
...and 95 more grants received totalling $15,542,979

Personnel at Hartford Hospital

Bimal PatelPresident and Chief Executive Officer / Vice President$0
Cheryl FicaraSenior Vice President , Operations / Vice President Patient Care Services$0
Keith GrantVice President , Operations$0
Mark KeiseVice President of Finance
Gregory JonesVice President , Community Health and Engagement / Vice President , Community Health / Director$0
...and 18 more key personnel

Financials for Hartford Hospital

RevenuesFYE 09/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$34,615,133
Program services$2,266,090,304
Investment income and dividends$-665,646
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$-13,306,920
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$28,581,088
Net income from fundraising events$-837,004
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$3,934,665
Total revenues$2,318,411,620

Form 990s for Hartford Hospital

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-092023-08-14990View PDF
2021-092022-08-10990View PDF
2020-092021-08-12990View PDF
2019-092020-10-22990View PDF
2018-092019-10-18990View PDF
...and 9 more Form 990s

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Data update history
February 3, 2024
Received grants
Identified 24 new grant, including a grant for $1,531,813 from Capewellg JR Uw HTFD Hospital Et#2
October 26, 2023
Received grants
Identified 11 new grant, including a grant for $74,481 from Hunter Leila Clark TR Uw CL 8
October 3, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2022
October 3, 2023
Updated personnel
Identified 4 new personnel
September 25, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
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General information
80 Seymour St
Hartford, CT 06106
Metro area
Hartford-East Hartford-Middletown, CT
Website URL
(860) 545-5000
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Form 990
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Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
E22: Hospital, General
NAICS code, primary
622: Hospitals
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