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Central Connecticut Health Alliance

Welcome to the Central Connecticut Health Alliance.

The Alliance is a group of affiliated healthcare organizations that work together to care for the people of our community, from their earliest days through the end of life. Our member organizations are located throughout Central Connecticut to make these services easily accessible to the residents of our communities.

About the Alliance

The Central Connecticut Health Alliance, Inc. (CCHA) was formed in 1995 by Bradley Memorial and New Britain General hospitals. The purpose was to develop an integrated healthcare system that would create a continuum of care and pathways for patients as they address their healthcare needs.

Since its formation, the Alliance has expanded to include all aspects of health care. This includes The Hospital of Central Connecticut, a 414-bed, acute-care teaching hospital formed with the Oct. 1, 2006 merger of New Britain General and Bradley Memorial, as well as long-term care facilities; community and home health programs and services; senior living and assisted-living facilities; and much more.

Today it is the Central Connecticut region's leading provider of healthcare services and one of the most comprehensive health systems in Connecticut.