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For 122 years we've been here whenever you've needed us - and we plan to be here for a very long time to come.

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Since our first day in operation, we’ve been focused on serving the healthcare needs of Northeast Connecticut. And while extreme state and federal budget cuts have made the past few years some of the most difficult in our history, our commitment to you is stronger than ever.

We prove it every day by providing exceptional care, upgrading our facilities, investing in the latest technologies and equipment, earning recognitions and certifications from national healthcare organizations, and remaining the area’s largest employer. 

We’ve done all this through hard work and diligence, but one of the most important factors in our success is — and always has been — you. Your generosity fuels us financially and spiritually, giving us both the means and the reasons to continue to serve you and your family, friends and neighbors across Northeast Connecticut. 

Make Your Gift

As we do each year, we ask once again for your support in our mission to keep this community healthy. If you give every year, we thank you and ask you to continue your generosity. If you haven’t given in a few years, please consider renewing your support. And if you’ve never given, this is a great time to do so, as your donation means more today than it ever has in the past.

We can not thank you enough for your generosity. Every penny of your gift remains local and goes directly to helping improve life for this community. If you'd prefer to speak with someone in our Development Office to learn more or make a donation over the phone, please call (860) 928-7141. 

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