Day Kimball Healthcare
Founded in 1882, Day Kimball Healthcare is an advanced health network serving over 80,000 residents of northeastern Connecticut. A coordinated healthcare network, Day Kimball Hospital is able to provide patients with a wide variety of healthcare services through one organization. This arrangement ensures high quality services are delivered in the most cost effective manner possible.
Day Kimball Hospital is a 103-bed, acute care, community hospital located in Putnam, CT. Day Kimball offers a comprehensive array of inpatient, ambulatory and outpatient healthcare services to meet the community’s needs. The Hale Medical Pavilion (see above) is the latest addition to the hospital and houses four state-of-the-art operating rooms, a post anesthesia care unit and the Center for Women and Infants Health.
Other Day Kimball Hospital agencies include Day Kimball Home Care, a Medicare certified home health agency; Hospice of Northeastern Connecticut, a Medicare certified hospice; Northeast Homemakers, a homemaker, chore and companion agency.
Advanced and highly specialized healthcare services are provided to patients through Day Kimball Hospital’s affiliations with the nearby major medical centers.
United Services, Inc.
United Services is Connecticut’s most comprehensive nonprofit behavioral health center and serves the twenty-one northeastern Connecticut communities.
United Services has three clinical locations; Dayville, Columbia and Willimantic and numerous off-site programs. A staff of over 165 includes licensed psychiatrists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, certified substance abuse counselors and employee assistance professionals.
The Center is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. In addition, the Center holds its third three-year accreditation from CARF, the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission, for Addiction Recover, Child and Family, Adult Outpatient and Adult Behavioral Health Programs.
United Services Programs Include:
Adult Outpatient Mental Health Services provides individual, couple and group therapy. Addiction Recovery Services serves people with addictive behaviors as well as family members affected by the disease. The Domestic Violence Program provides counseling, referral and shelter to victims of domestic violence and has four transitional living apartments available for women and children who have no other options. Child and Family Services provides individual, group and family therapy for children, adolescents and their families. Included in services are the Family Violence Outreach Program: Intensive Family Preservation; Parent Aide Program; PETALOS, a multicultural parent support and education center; Young Parents Program; and Intensive Outpatient Program for Youth.
Adult Behavioral Health Programs provide a wide range of community-based supports for adults with psychiatric and emotional disabilities. Crisis intervention and emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Services include case management, supportive and/or supervised housing, social and vocational rehabilitation programs.
The Employee Assistance Program provides services to business and industry. In addition to EAP contracts, training, consultations and workshops are available.
United Services has served the northeastern Connecticut communities for over thirty-four years. Expansion into the Windham area took place approximately twenty years ago.