American Lawyer Media Names Hospital for Special Care’s DeDominicis among Top Rated Lawyers in Health Care

Leading provider of news and information to the legal industry recognizes DeDominicis  as high-ranking among peers

Media Statement: Hospital for Special Care Responds to Continued Speculation Regarding Autism and the Newtown Tragedy

Thursday, Dec. 19, 2012

The diagnosis of the shooter has not been confirmed. Therefore, we would strongly discourage continued speculation regarding what caused this troubled young man to commit this horrific act.

Hospital for Special Care Announces Plans for Autism ‘Health Neighborhood’

Medical home model first step towards integrated care for Autism in Connecticut

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Nov. 19, 2012) – At a Nov. 1st luncheon hosted by First Lady Cathy Malloy on behalf of the Autism Center at Hospital for Special Care (HSC), hospital officials convened supporters, autism advocacy leaders and healthcare providers to underscore the need, raise awareness and outline plans for Connecticut’s first health neighborhood for Autism.

Hospital for Special Care Foundation Hosts Fourth Annual Dr. Marie Gustin Nursing Excellence Conference

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Oct.11, 2012) – The Hospital for Special Care Foundation is hosting its 4th annual Dr. Marie S. Gustin Nursing Excellence Conference entitled, “The 21st Century Nurse: Thriving in a Reformed Health System” on Friday, November 30, 2012, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Student Center-Alumni Hall at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain. The hospital’s partners in this annual lecture are The Hospital of Central Connecticut and Central Connecticut State University.

Hospital for Special Care Foundation Presents “Making the Most of Your Charitable Giving”

Series of four programs to educate residents on donations and possible 2013 tax changes

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Sept. 04, 2012) – Beginning September 24, 2012, the Hospital for Special Care Foundation will host a series of educational programs to assist community residents in understanding how make the most of their charitable giving in light of possible tax changes in 2013.

Hospital for Special Care to Offer Specialized Smoking Cessation Program

Eight-session "Freedom from Smoking" program begins September 11

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (August 28, 2012) – Hospital for Special Care (HSC) will offer a smoking cessation program delivered by an American Lung Association-trained facilitator as part of the Association's Freedom From Smoking® Program beginning September 11. Registration begins August 27 and is open to adults 18 and over.

Hospital for Special Care Gives $10K in Scholarships to Four Local Students

Three aspiring nurses and one computer science and engineering student honored

 NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (August 23, 2012) – Hospital for Special Care (HSC) recently honored three aspiring nursing students and one computer science and engineering student for their academic achievements.  The students each received a $2,500 scholarship to support their future endeavors. 

Hospital for Special Care’s Ivan Lendl Adaptive Sports Camp Kicks Off its 22nd Year

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (August 9, 2012) – Hospital for Special Care (HSC) announced today that it will kick off its Hospital for Special Care Ivan Lendl Adaptive Sports Camp on Monday, August 13, 2012 at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford.

Hospital for Special Care Promotes Lynn Ricci to Chief Operating Officer and Paul Scalise, M.D. to Chief of Staff

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (June 27, 2012) – New Britain-based Hospital for Special Care (HSC) has promoted Lynn Ricci to Senior Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Paul Scalise, M.D., F.C.C.P., to Senior Vice President Medical Affairs, Chief of Staff.

“The promotion of these outstanding professionals represents a milestone in the growth and sophistication of our hospital,” said HSC President and CEO Dr. John Votto. “Day in and day out, Lynn and Paul lead the charge in advancing HSC’s mission and ensuring that we are on the forefront of trends in the long term acute care field.”

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