Hospital for Special Care (HSC) is, a private, not-for-profit 228-bed rehabilitation long-term acute and chronic care hospital, widely-known and respected for its expertise in physical rehabilitation (including outpatient rehabilitation), respiratory care and medically-complex pediatrics. Special programs for spinal cord injuries, pulmonary rehabilitation, cardiac care, acquired brain injuries, stroke, ventilator management and geriatrics, make HSC an important regional resource for patients with special healthcare needs.
Hospital for Special Care provides a full spectrum of medical treatment for complex rehabilitation and chronic disease for both children and adults. Our bright, modern hospital is set amid a campus of walking paths and flower gardens. It is augmented by a range of outpatient rehabilitative services. For people with disabilities, Hospital for Special Care has made a special commitment to assure that they strive to achieve their fullest physical and recreational potential.
|Apr 1, 2014||
Hospital for Special Care Launches “Spectrum of Kindness” to Foster a Better Understanding of Autism and the Faces Behind the Numbers 
Invites public to support Autism Awareness Month by sharing inspirational stories and acts of kindness WHAT: In light of the recent report...
|Mar 3, 2014||
Hospital for Special Care Accepting 2014 Scholarship Applications 
Will offer five scholarships to Greater New Britain area students pursuing degrees in nursing, healthcare and computer sciences NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (...
|Feb 3, 2014||
Dr. Patricia Aguayo Joins Hospital for Special Care Autism Center 
Center expands services and now offers psychiatric interventions and evaluation NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Feb. 3, 2014) – Patricia Aguayo, M.D., M.P.H.,...
|Sep 30, 2014||
Parkinson’s Support Group 
Contact Brigitte Scalabrini, MSW firstname.lastname@example.org, 860.612.6316
|Nov 10, 2014||
Dr. Marie S. Gustin Nursing Excellence Conference 
Dr. Marie S. Gustin Nursing Excellence Conference Bounce Forward: Personal, Professional & Leadership Resiliency CCSU