Established in 1893, Norwalk Hospital is a 366 bed, not-for-profit community hospital providing Fairfield and Westchester County residents convenient access to exceptional care, close to home. As a proud member of Western Connecticut Health Network, we are united by our mission to improve the health and well-being of those who live in the communities we call home. We remain the local community providers you know and trust, only better. As a teaching hospital, we are associated with Yale University School of Medicine, University of Vermont College of Medicine, and Ross University School of Medicine.
At Norwalk Hospital, we go beyond caring for people to caring about people. We are committed to providing you and your family with personalized care without compromise. We take pride in keeping people well, as well as treating the sick. We believe the key to optimal health is a good partnership with a primary care physician who can help manage your health and coordinate your care through all life stages. Come explore our hospital, talented medical staff, clinical specialties and wellness programs.
Medical Staff: 493 physicians, 115 Allied Health professionals
Beds: 366, including 38 bassinets
ED Cases: 49,455
Inpatient Discharges: 12,660
Ambulatory Surgeries: 8,731
Newborn Births: 1,289
Community Benefit: $72 million in community benefit, charity care and financial assistance (2015)
As of September 30, 2016
Both audited statements and tax returns for Western Connecticut Health Network and its affiliates can be requested from Mary Jo Pawlak at 203-739-8110 or Maryjo.Pawlak@wchn.org
About Norwalk Hospital