MidState Medical Center is a 156-bed acute care hospital located in Meriden, Connecticut, with satellite offices in Cheshire, Wallingford and Southington. MidState provides a broad spectrum of services that meets the needs of the community it serves.
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MidState has been in its current location since 1998, but its history dates back to the 1800s. Several additions and renovations make it the state-of-the-art facility of today which includes services for cancer care, diabetes and nutrition, digestive health, emergency/urgent care, family birthing, cardiac care, sleep disorders, general and minimally invasive surgery, spine and pain care, stroke care, wound management and more. Additional services, such as physician offices, lab and radiology are available in the Medical Office Building located on the campus.
Fast Facts (FY 2016)
SVP & President: Lucille Janatka, SVP & President, Central Region
Licensed bed capacity: 156
Transitions from inpatient care: 8,511
Patient Days: 34,124
ED visits: 51,903
Newborn admissions: 834
Inpatient surgeries: 1,805
Ambulatory surgeries*: 4,820
Physicians on staff: 396
Operating Revenue (FY 15): $226.8 million
Community benefit (FY 15): $21.5 million
*Includes joint venture Ambulatory Surgery Center (Glastonbury, Southington) volumes
Accomplishments (FY 2016)
- MidState earned top honors for quality stroke care. The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association awarded MidState with a Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award.
- The Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at MidState received formal certification from the American Society of Clinical Oncology for maintaining the highest standards of quality and evidence-based cancer care.
- In July 2016, opened a new Movement Disorders Center in Cheshire.
Implemented the Epic electronic health record to improve patient care management by transitioning to one medical record for each patient that all caregivers and the patient can view, thus reducing the possibility of duplicate testing and medication errors, as well as costs.
Recognized by LifeChoice Donor Services for achieving gold-level recognition with the United States Health Resources and Services Administration for its organ, eye and tissue donation and registration efforts.
Cardiac rehabilitation program earned three-year recertification from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). AACVPR programs are recognized as leaders in the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation.