Bradley Memorial Campus

The Bradley Memorial Campus has a legacy of caring for the Southington community and is supported by a staff that has enthusiasm for their work and compassion for their patients.


Smaller and more intimate than the New Britain General Campus, the Bradley Memorial Campus offers a unique combination of personalized care and high-tech capabilities.

With a scope of services that complement those offered at the New Britain General Campus, the Bradley Memorial Campus offers a unique environment for healthcare professionals who enjoy working in a community setting.

Directions to the Bradley Memorial Campus

From Hartford

Take I-84 West to Exit 32.

Right at the end of the ramp.

Travel south on route 10 approximately 3 miles to route 120 (Meriden Ave.).

Hospital is on the left.

From Meriden/New Haven

Take Route 691 West to Exit 4.

Right at ramp end.

Right at first light onto route 120 (Meriden Ave.).

Follow to hospital.

From Waterbury

Take I-84 East to Exit 30 (Marion Ave.).

Right at ramp.

Straight to route 10.

Follow "H" signs.

Right at Meriden Ave. (Route 120).



Parking is free in the hospital lot. Handicapped parking is available in the lots closest to the hospital entrance.

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Campus Maps

First Floor

Contains: Admitting, Cafeteria, Center for Healthy Aging, Conference Room A, Conference Room C, CT Scan, EEG, File Room, Gift Shop, Home Health, Kitchen, Library, Lobby, Maintenance Shops, Medical Records, MRI, PAT, Pharmacy, Purchasing, Radiology, SPD, Special Procedures Unit, Ultrasound, Volunteer Office, X-Ray

Second Floor


Contains: Admin. & Facilities, Ambulatory Surgery Unit, ASU Waiting, Board Room, Cardiology, Conference Room B, ED FastTrack, Emergency Department, Human Resources, Laboratory, North 2 Patient Unit, Nursing Admin., Respiratory

Third Floor


Contains: Health Promotion, ICU, ICU Waiting, Infection Control, Medical Records, North 3 Patient Unit, Operating Room, PACU, Wound Care Center

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