Norwalk Hospital
Norwalk Hospital is located at 34 Maple St. in Norwalk. It is owned by Western Connecticut Health Network.
How many beds are filled?
Staffed beds
Staffed beds refers to the number of beds that a hospital operates. (Some hospitals are licensed to have more beds than they use.)
Occupancy of staffed beds
The average Connecticut hospital has an occupancy rate of 76 percent.
Inspections and Infections
Catheter associated infections
There were 2,710 catheter days in 2012, which are the number of days a urinary catheter is in place for each patient in the intensive care unit. The higher this number, the greater the chances of infection.

The difference between the number of infections and the predicted number is interpreted by the Department of Public Health as: Worse than expected.
MRSA infections
There were 58,376 patients in inpatient care locations in 2013. The higher this number, the greater the chances of infection.

The difference between the number of infections and the predicted number is not large enough to be statistically significant, so Department of Public Health interprets this as being "in the expected range."
Central line infections
There were 1,908 days in which a central line was in place for patient in the intensive care unit in 2012. The higher this number, the greater the chances of infection.

The difference between the number of infections and the predicted number is not large enough to be statistically significant, so Department of Public Health interprets this as being "in the expected range."
How long do patients stay?
The average length of stay for Connecticut hospitals is 4.7 days.
By Year
Emergency visits
By usage
How do patients pay?
2014 Inpatient Discharges, ratio of payer types
"Non-government" is private insurance. We tallied uninsured patients separately.

Note: TRICARE is insurance for members of the military and their families.
2014 Inpatient Discharges, raw payer types
"Non-government" is private insurance. We tallied uninsured patients separately.
Medicaid and Medicare Inpatient discharges from 2006 to 2014
Who pays how much?
Payment to cost ratios
Uncompensated care, since 2006
Are they making money?
Hospital margins, since 2006
Assets of parent corporation, 2014
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Hospital Unrestricted assets Total assets
Bridgeport Hospital $1,644,056,000 $1,866,624,000
Bristol Hospital $18,611,817 $29,431,435
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital $59,368,912 $84,518,833
Ct Children`S Medical Center $106,219,054 $232,687,351
Danbury Hospital $661,351,254 $797,554,121
Day Kimball Hospital $-1,617,411 $5,928,751
Essent-Sharon Hospital $16,068,631 $16,068,631
Greenwich Hospital $367,460,000 $434,782,000
Griffin Hospital $-20,969,896 $-11,497,423
Hartford Hospital $1,104,267,000 $1,575,989,000
John Dempsey Hospital $17,703,000 $576,794,000
Johnson Memorial Hospital $-12,121,840 $-6,904,100
Lawrence And Memorial Hospital $241,902,500 $282,377,005
Manchester Memorial Hospital $59,544,873 $77,693,789
Middlesex Hospital $276,492,000 $293,600,000
Midstate Medical Center $89,335,239 $107,012,839
Milford Hospital $5,129,446 $6,643,686
New Milford Hospital $661,351,254 $797,554,121
Norwalk Hospital $661,351,254 $797,554,121
Rockville General Hospital $59,544,873 $77,693,789
Saint Francis Hospital And Medical Center $137,311,000 $220,721,000
Saint Mary`S Hospital $32,525,000 $51,621,000
Saint Vincent`S Medical Center $596,405,000 $624,918,000
Stamford Hospital $339,225,000 $409,047,000
The Hospital Of Central Connecticut $188,482,040 $238,475,802
Waterbury Hospital $43,957,226 $101,596,550
William W. Backus Hospital $344,915,268 $356,802,714
Windham Community Memorial Hospital $-39,450,280 $-33,207,929
Yale-New Haven Hospital $1,644,056,000 $1,866,624,000
Who works here?
Full-time equivalent employees, By Year
Who is paid the most?