For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2014:

Hartford Campus
Acres of land
Patient Care and Support Buildings
Occupied square feet of space
2.1 million
Over 1,000 Active Staff Physicians
Over 7,000
  • Close to 1,169 volunteers contributed over 106,000 hours in 241 areas of the hospital
  • Volunteer contribution is equivalent to 52 full-time employees
  • Contribution of time in dollars was equivalent to over $3 million
  • Summer program volunteers included 70 teens
  • 46 canine volunteers provided cheer, hope and healing throughout the hospital
Bed Complement
Operating Rooms and Robots
Operating Rooms
da Vinci Surgical System
8 (4 in the ORs, 3 in CESI, 1 in Research)
Revenues & Expenses
Total Revenues
$ 1,099,933,087
Total Expenses
$ 1,063,684,750
Gain/(Loss) from Operations
$ 36,248,337
Gross Revenue $ 2,554,085,582
Emergency Visits
Outpatient visits
Patient Days
Average Length of Stay
5.46 days
Total Surgeries
Community Benefit
Total Community Benefit
$ 118,573,735

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2014 Accomplishments

  • Began construction of Hartford HealthCare Bone & Joint Institute at Hartford Hospital. The institute will bring the latest advances to patients and is expected to become a national destination for multidisciplinary, comprehensive
    musculoskeletal care.
  • Opened Olin Center Annex at world-renowned Institute of Living psychiatric and research center; Olin Center is at the forefront of neuroscience research in brain disorders.
  • Opened Family Health Center in Farmington to increase community access to care.
  • Design approved for internationally recognized Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation’s (CESI’s) 25,000-square-foot expansion.
  • Opened home at Institute of Living (IOL) for ACCESS-Mental Health Connecticut, increasing access to mental health services and education for primary care physicians and pediatricians to assist children, adolescents and their families.
  • Opened Atrial Fibrillation Center – the first in the region to offer comprehensive evaluation, management and treatment services.
    Opened new post-anesthesia care unit, providing 12 additional state-of-the-art beds.
  • Opened specialized Organ Failure and Transplantation unit to provide complex, multidisciplinary care for patients with advanced organ disease and patients who are organ donors or recipients.
  • Expanded LDL apheresis program, making it one of the largest in the nation.
    Comprehensive Epilepsy Center expanded to satellite locations in Enfield and Wethersfield.
  • Adult Cystic Fibrosis Center has grown to serve 100 patients, attesting to advances in care.
  • Transfer center received 4,722 transfers of patients requiring complex treatment.
    Cancer program earned three-year accreditation with commendations from the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
  • Received two-year Certificate of Distinction from The Joint Commission for the ventricularassist-device (VAD) Program and the Gold Seal of Approval™ for VAD destination therapy.
  • Received recertification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association and the Joint Commission.
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation Program certified by American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation and recognized for commitment to improving quality of life by enhancing standards of care.
  • Supported more than 90 nonprofit agencies addressing basic human needs such as shelter, community health, women’s health, behavioral health, obesity, nutrition and other services.
  • Participated in Take Charge of Your Health Program to inspire black men to lead healthier lives.
  • Partner with Urban Alliance through Revitalize to improve community health.
    Contribute to Hartford Promise, providing Hartford Public School students with access to higher education.
  • Assisted 10 employees with buying homes in the City of Hartford through Housing Incentive Program; total investment of $100,000.
  • Completed 3,000th transplant.
  • Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation was selected by Biomedical Engineering Alliance and Consortium (BEACON) Board of Directors as winner of the ninth annual BEACON Medical Technology Award.
  • Research Department supported innovative drug and device neuroscience clinical trials with Johns Hopkins University, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the University of California at San Diego.Genomas celebrated 10th anniversary of providing DNA-guided medicine to clinical practice for personalized medicine.
  • Hospital fund-raising campaign raised $37 million in commitments for the Bone & Joint Institute and other components of the hospital’s master facilities plan.
  • Fastest-growing hospital in Connecticut for three consecutive years.
  • FEMA published mass-shooting response guidelines incorporating recommendations from the Hartford Consensus, a national organization led by Hartford Hospital’s director of Trauma.
  • Named top hospital in region by U.S. News & World Report with 11 banners of distinction.
  • Among 100 hospitals named by Becker’s Hospital Review to "Hospitals with Great Women’s Health Programs."
  • Named among most technologically advanced hospitals in the world by Top Master’s in Healthcare Administration.
  • Rated by CareChex, a division of Comparion Medical Analytics Inc., as first in the state for cancer care, women’s health, and heart attack and stroke care and among top 100 in the nation in medical excellence and patient safety in cancer care, heart-attack treatment, gall-bladder removal and pneumonia care.
  • Awarded “gold” designation by U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources for raising organdonation awareness, registering new donors and supporting donor families.
  • Awarded OptumHealth Centers of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery for clinical quality and costeffective care.

Technological/medical firsts:

  • First hospital in nation to install tourniquet kits in public spaces to improve survival rates in the event of a mass-casualty event.
  • State’s first endoscopic submucosal dissection.
  • State’s first robotic minimally invasive esophagectomy.
  • First in state to provide breakthrough treatment for patients too frail to undergo open heart surgery.
  • First in region to implant a subcutaneous implantable defibrillator (S-ICD)® in a patient at risk of sudden cardiac arrest.
  • As part of Metronic MRI clinical trial and as one of only 16 sites in the nation and the only site in New England, implanted the first cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) designed for use in an MRI scanner.
  • First in Connecticut to use the THERMOCOOL® SMARTTOUCH® catheter, the first catheter approved by the FDA to feature contactforce technology for ablation procedures in patients with atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia.
  • First in state to implant new Medtronic loop recorder.
    Comprehensive Liver Center first in Connecticut to use Fibroscan® technology, a painless alternative to liver biopsy.
  • Eye Surgery Center was first in New England and one of first in the Northeast to use femtosecond laser technology to improve cataract surgery.
    Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI) named a comprehensive Accredited Education Institute by American College of Surgeons. CESI trained 10,600 medical personnel and students from around the world.