Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

CHARLOTTE HUNGERFORD HOSPITAL

540 LITCHFIELD ST, TORRINGTON, CT 06790
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Below the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About CHARLOTTE HUNGERFORD HOSPITAL

540 LITCHFIELD ST
TORRINGTON, CT 06790

The Charlotte Hungerford Hospital website features the physicians, services, career opportunities and events at this Northwest Connecticut healthcare facility

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Litchfield County, CT.

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions

Reviews

My wife fell and broke her pelvic. The ER Dr, was good. They took her for xrays in great pain. They did not give her any pain med prior to the xrays. Lots of pain. Stayed there one night then they dumped her to a rehab. Problem is that the rehab did not know that she was coming. The hospital social worker, KIM, did not follow through with the paperwork. Worst hospital I have every been to. My wife, a retired nurse, had to tell the nurses what to do. Aids were great. It took them from 9am to 4 before she got her needed meds. Poor ratings to boot, 2.2 out of 5. Pt and OT were great. They deserve 5+ stars, administration minus 10 (a month ago)

I needed some antibiotics to help me get over bronchitis. I don't have insurance, so I paid one hundred dollars out of pocket. I waited for an hour while they took everyone who came in after me. When I asked why, Amy, the rude, unprofessional, receptionist, told me the other people were more important because of their symptom s. I got my money back and left. If you must go there, lie about your symptoms to get seen faster. Stay away if you can (6 months ago)

Took my wife to the ER because she had severely painful bloating, vomiting and sulfur burps. They made her take a pregnancy test. She was in so much pain that she had a hard time talking, so I was explaining symptoms to the doctor. He basically ignored me. They took her for a CT scan. Doctor came back and was like "well you are definitely bloated..." Yeah, That was why she was there in the first place. He told us to have our primary care doctor do a stool sample as he didn't want to order the test because results would come back when he wasn't there. 5 hours and no treatment really. Turned out my wife had Guardia, which is what I suspected from a simple Google search. If the doctor had LISTENED TO ME when I explained her symptoms, he probably would have caught it. She is fine now, but that is not the point. The "care" was atrocious. (4 months ago)

I love the gift store,Always up todate on new arrivals.not just for the patients.i buy alot of gifts throughout the year.lfyou need a gift and don't want to spend alot this is the place to go.Staff very nice.clean.even gift wrap.Summer&Spring items are coming in love to shop here👍 (3 months ago)

My best friend went there, the refused to give her her medication ( heart & bp ) while her bp was 178/132.. they were no help to her at all..when she proceeded to ask for her meds she was approached by security.. she could have seized out or strokes out.. this is not a good hospital i would not go here... it's all to obvious that they do not listen to the patients. (4 months ago)

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