Saint Mary's Hospital Foundation
Saint Mary’s Hospital Foundation was established in 1990 in order to support the Hospital and expand the services provided to the community. With the commitment and generosity of the Greater Waterbury Community, the Foundation has since been able to raise the funds to renovate and expand facilities, develop crucial outreach and clinical programs, acquire state-of-the-art equipment and technology, and attract an accomplished medical staff who bring a variety of different skills and expertise to the Greater Waterbury Community.
Our Quality Care
Some of the Foundation’s greatest accomplishments have been creating the new Women and Infants’ Center and Clinical Laboratory, renovating our Emergency Department, thus improving the services we offer in a more timely manner, and introducing the daVinci Robotic Surgical System to provide patients access to minimally invasive surgical procedures.
In addition to expanding our facilities and services, Saint Mary’s remains committed to providing the highest in quality care to every patient, every day through a variety of different programs. Most recently, Saint Mary’s Hospital Foundation has been able to establish our Breast Screening Fund in order to provide services to women in the Greater Waterbury area who otherwise would not have access to any preventative or diagnostic care.
- 5,141 Persons served with Charity Care assistance in 2017
- $3,079,144 Total spent in supporting Charity Care initiatives
- 155 Women served through the Saint Mary’s Hospital Foundation’s Breast Screening Fund in 2017
- $30,000 Raised in Saint Mary's Hospital's first CITY-WIDE PINK OUT, which was held in October 2018