Waterbury Hospital is a proud partner to the many EMS providers and organizations in our area.
At Waterbury Hospital, we understand and appreciate the excellent pre-hospital care our patients receive by dedicated EMRs, EMTs and Paramedics. Quite simply, we cannot do what we do in the ED without EMS caring for our patients in the field!
Our mission is to always work collaboratively with all first responders and provide resources and education.
- Level 2 Accredited Trauma Center
- Stroke Center
- STEMI and Cardiac Center
Waterbury Hospital publishes an EMS newsletter each month. Newsletters archives can be found on this page. If you would like to receive an electronic newsletter via email, please contact Jose Matias at email@example.com to be added to the distribution list.
To view our newsletter archive, please visit this page. Our newsletters are stored as PDF files. If you don't have the full version of Acrobat you may need a supported browser, the free Acrobat Reader or another software that can open PDF files.
All of Waterbury Hospital's Continuing Medical Education programs are video recorded for viewing via this web page. Now EMS providers may attend in-person CMEs or video CMEs and receive the same educational credit.
If you choose to watch a video CME and wish to receive credit, you must take a brief quiz immediately following the recording. A certificate of attendance will be emailed to you shortly after you pass the quiz.
If you would like to receive communication from Waterbury Hospital about upcoming educational programs or other events, please contact Jose Matias at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the notification list.
Our current video CMEs
Hospital EMS Contacts:
Dr. Carlos Holden, ED Medical Director - 203.573.6215
Jose Matias, EMS Coordinator - 203.573.7574
Jeremy Rodorigo, Business Development Director - 203.725.4795
Dayna Failla, Trauma Program Coodinator - 203.573.7355
Kathryn Myers, Stroke Program Coordinator - 203.573.7349