Windham Hospital

Windham Hospital is a 144-bed acute care hospital which has served 19 communities in Eastern Connecticut for more than 80 years.

Committed to excellence in quality and service for the region, Windham boasts a state-of-the-art Emergency Department that consistently ranks in the highest percentiles of customer satisfaction. The hospital also offers convenient and modern satellite services including two Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Clinics and a Center for Women's Health offering mammography, bone density, and integrative health.

There are on-campus support services for patients of Windham Hospital including a Cardiac Rehabilitation Center and Lipid Clinic, Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Pain Management Services. Community education is an important component of Windham Hospital's vision to improve the health of the community. To achieve this goal – diabetes education, childbirth education, integrative health services, cancer support groups, and ongoing community health forums are offered.

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The medical staff brings specialties and diagnostic disciplines in the areas of Surgery, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynocology, Critical Care, Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Oncology, Endocrinolgy, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Nephrology, Sleep Medicine, and Pain Management.

Fast Facts (FY 2014)

SVP & President: David Whitehead, SVP & President, East Region
Licensed bed capacity: 144
Discharges: 3,467
Patient days: 13,387
ED visits: 34,090
Births: 393
Inpatient surgeries: 939
Ambulatory surgeries: 2,635 
Employees: 544
Physicians on staff: 124
Volunteers: 247
Operating revenue: $83 million
Community benefit (FY 13): $11.7 million



Satellite Services: Center for Women's Health, Mansfield; Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Clinics, Storrs & Willimantic; MedEast Walk In Centers, Tolland & Willimantic; Two Student Health Centers at Windham Middle and High Schools.

Accomplishments (FY 2014)

  • Completed renovation of office building adjacent to hospital campus to house gastroenterology and pediatrics practices.
  • Opened third school-based health center at Charles Barrows STEM Academy in Windham.
  • Expanded cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs and opened a heart-failure resource center to educate and support patients with congestive heart failure and reduce re-admissions.
  • Received $100,000 grant from the Jeffrey P. Ossen Family Foundation for the Women’s Health Services Center.
  • Granted three-year accreditation in adult transesophageal and adult transthoracic echocardiograms by Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.
  • Breast cancer program completed triennial survey by National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (a subsidiary of the American College of Surgeons) with surveyor recommending full three-year accreditation.
  • School-based health center at Windham High School increased participation for young men seeking behavioral health support.
  • Awarded “bronze” designation by U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources for raising organ-donation awareness, registering new donors and supporting donor families.
  • Diabetes education and support group for Spanish-speaking patients helped manage population health and helped 12 women lose a total of 409 pounds. The program helps patients manage type 2 diabetes with assistance from an interpreter and culturally relevant educational materials.
  • Location

    112 Mansfield Avenue
    Willimantic, CT 06226

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  • 860.456.9116

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  • Visiting Hours

    12:00-8:00 PM

    12:00-8:00 PM

    Critical Care Unit
    24 Hours (2 visitors at a time)

    Ambulatory Care Unit
    7:00-7:00 PM