On behalf of everyone who cares for injured patients in our community, we hope you find this web site informative.
The Trauma Center at Danbury Hospital is more than a few doctors and nurses. From the first responders, emergency medical technicians and paramedics who risk their own safety to rescue the injured to the doctors and hospital staff who care for them after arrival and through recovery and rehabilitation, we are a coordinated system of care whose highest priority is the optimal care of injured people.
Danbury Hospital is a Level II Trauma Center
We provide trauma care to emergency patients with wounds or injuries caused by accidents or violence 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.
We look forward to developing an open and friendly conversation with our community. Continuous improvement in services, with the flexibility to respond to the changing needs of the people of this region, depends on an honest discussion between us and our constituents. We therefore encourage you to contact us with your inquiries and suggestions.
We are committed to providing you and your family with greater awareness to prevent trauma and a higher level of care that is accessible, timely and designed to sustain your health when you need it most. Remember, the best response to a trauma is to dial 9-1-1. Quick action will bring the needed emergency responders to ensure that you or a loved one gets the care they need without delay.
C. Bruce Walsh, M.D.
Director, Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
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Use our Find a Doctor tool to find a specially trained doctor near you, or call 1-800-516-3658 for a doctor referral or to speak to someone about Danbury Hospital.
Remember, if you have an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.