Saint Mary’s Hospital is a Catholic, not-for-profit, community teaching hospital that has been serving patients in Waterbury, CT and our surrounding communities since 1909. From the moment you enter our doors you will notice what makes us different; the warmth and attentiveness of our physicians and nurses, the cleanliness of our facilities, and the way we make patients and their families feel that they are truly being cared for - like a member of our family.
Our commitment to patient safety and satisfaction, dedication to offering the latest in cutting-edge technology, and focus on providing high quality care at the lowest possible cost, makes Saint Mary’s an excellent choice for all your healthcare needs.
Saint Mary’s is proud to offer:
Saint Mary’s will become an integrated network of healthcare providers creating exceptional value for those we serve through trusted partnerships that empower and transform lives.
As a faith-based, mission-driven organization, every employee embodies our ICARE values.
- Integrity: Commitment to doing what is right
- Caring: Compassionate approach to addressing the healthcare needs of all people
- Accountability: Personal responsibility for the performance of Saint Mary’s Health System
- Respect: Respect for the dignity, worth, and rights of others
- Excellence: Working together in pursuit of superior clinical quality and service to others
Buildings, programs and services alone do not tell the whole story of Saint Mary’s Hospital. It is the people – the physicians, nurses, staff, volunteers and board members who continue to define what makes the care at Saint Mary’s beyond measure.
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Saint Mary's Historical Timeline
Since 1907, Saint Mary’s Hospital has been a vital part of the fabric of Greater Waterbury, CT. The hospital Right Reverend Monsignor William J. Slocum, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Waterbury, purchased property on Union and Franklin Streets for $20,000 to fulfill his vision of establishing a hospital in the city’s industrial core. Two years later, Saint Mary’s opened its doors under the direction of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chambery. The Waterbury American reported, “[February 28, 1909] was a happy day for Waterbury…Everyone who visited the new hospital agreed that Waterbury was to be congratulated on having so modern and so well equipped an institution in the heart of the city...”
Saint Mary’s Hospital continues to be a pioneer in Greater Waterbury, expanding its network of medical services, forging alliances with key healthcare partners, investing in new technology and exploring new ways to enhance access to care, while providing a spiritually enriched environment for our patients.