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St. Vincent's Medical Center Ascension Health NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System Geography Location Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States Organization Care system Private Hospital type Teaching Affiliated university University of Connecticut School of Medicine & New York Medical College School of Medicine[1] Services Emergency department Level II trauma center Beds 397 History Founded 1903 Links Website http://www.stvincents.org/ Lists Hospitals in Connecticut St. Vincent's Medical Center is a 397-bed acute care Catholic hospital in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The hospital is now controlled by Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system, which is in turn controlled by several religious orders, including the Daughters of Charity which founded St. Vincent's. Contents 1 Size and services 2 History 3 See also 4 Notes 5 External links Size and services The hospital has a medical staff of 450 physicians and has a total of more than 1,800 employees.[2] St. Vincent's Web site says the institution has "one of the largest angioplasty programs in New England," a bariatric-surgery Center, and extensive cancer and orthopedic services.[2] The hospital also has a "contemporary" Family Birthing Center with private rooms for labor, delivery and recovery, a private bathroom and sleeping accommodations for the father, and an entertainment center.[2] Psychiatric services include an on-site psychiatric unit for acute care and the Hall-Brooke Behavioral Health Services (formerly the independent Hall-Brooke Hospital) an inpatient and outpatient behavioral health facility in Westport, Connecticut.[2] The hospital founded St. Vincent's College, which offers degrees in nursing and other health-related fields, and a Graduate Medical Education Program. St. Vincent's is affiliated with two medical schools — Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and New York Medical College.[2] The hospital's affiliation with Columbia is in conjunction with its membership in the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System[3]. History Early postcard picture of the hospital Founded by the Daughters of Charity religious order, the hospital was incorporated on May 19, 1903 and opened its doors on June 28, 1905 as a 75-bed building. More than 70 patients had been treated by the end of that first day.[4] On Easter Sunday, April 17, 1976, a new hospital building opened just behind the original one. That day, William J. Riordan, then president and chief executive officer of the hospital, directed the transfer of 209 patients to the new structure, a 440,000-square-foot (41,000 m2) building nearly twice the size of the old one.[4] When the move was made to the new building, the hospital's name was changed from St. Vincent's Hospital to St. Vincent's Medical Center.[4] See also List of hospitals in Connecticut Bridgeport Hospital Norwalk Hospital Yale-New Haven Hospital Stamford Hospital Greenwich Hospital Notes ^ http://www.stvincents.org/aboutus/ ^ a b c d e [1] St. Vincent's Medical Center Web site, Web page titled "About Us," accessed September 8, 2006 ^ there is NO SPACE in "NewYork" in this name. NONE! ^ a b c [2] St. Vincent's Medical Center Web site, Web page titled "About Us: History of St. Vincent's" accessed September 8, 2006 External links St. Vincent's Medical Center Hall-Brooke Behavioral Health Services Ascension Health St. Vincent's College Connecticut Department of Public Health Hospital Performance Comparisons a report released in February 2006 by the state Department of Health Postcard pictures of St. Vincent's v · d · eAscension Health hospitals Daughters of Charity & Sisters of St. Joseph Alabama Providence Hospital | St. Vincent's Health System Arizona Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital | Carondelet St. Mary's Hospital | Carondelet Holy Cross Hospital Connecticut St. Vincent's Medical Center District of Columbia Providence Hospital Florida Sacred Heart Hospital of Pensacola | Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast | Sacred Heart Women's Hospital | St. Vincent's Medical Center Georgia Walton Rehabilitation Hospital Idaho St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Illinois Saint Anthony Hospital Indiana Seton Specialty Hospital | St. Mary's Warrick Hospital | St. Mary's Medical Center | St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Hospital of Central Indiana | St. Joseph Hospital | St. Vincent Carmel Hospital | St. Vincent Clay Hospital | St. Vincent Frankfort Hospital | St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital | St. Vincent Jennings Hospital | St. Vincent Mercy Hospital | St. Vincent Randolph Hospital | St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital | St. Vincent Women's Hospital | St. John's Health System | Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent Maryland St. Agnes HealthCare | Sacred Heart Hospital Michigan Borgess Medical Center | Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital | Borgess-Pipp Health Center | CareLink of Jackson| Brighton Hospital | Providence Hospital | Providence Park Hospital | St. John Hospital and Medical Center | St. John Macomb Hospital | St. John North Shores Hospital | St. John Oakland Hospital| St. John River District Hospital | Genesys Regional Medical Center at Health Park | Tawas St. Joseph Hospital | St. Mary's of Michigan - Medical Center | St. Mary's of Michigan - Standish Hospital Missouri St. Joseph Medical Center| St. Mary’s Medical Center New York Lourdes Hospital | Mount Saint Mary's Hospital | St. Mary's Hospital | St. Mary's Hospital Pennsylvania Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Tennessee Baptist Hospital | De Kalb Hospital | Baptist Hickman Community Hospital | Middle Tennessee Medical Center | Saint Thomas Hospital Texas Brackenridge Hospital | Children's Hospital of Austin | Seton Edgar B. 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