Milford Regional Medical Center

Milford Regional Medical Center (Milford Regional) is a comprehensive healthcare system that includes the VNA and Hospice of Greater Milford and Tri-County Medical Associates, Inc., a physician practice group. It is located at the intersection of Routes 140 and 16 in Milford, Massachusetts.

A full-service, community and regional teaching hospital, Milford Regional is a 121-bed, nonprofit, acute-care facility serving a region of 20-plus towns. With close to 200 physicians on the active medical staff and an additional 100 courtesy or consulting physicians, patients receive high-quality care in multiple specialties. Physicians are skilled in the most advanced procedures and technology, and provide personalized patient care in a warm and caring environment. Many hold teaching appointments at New England's finest medical schools, preparing the doctors of tomorrow.

Milford Regional's patient care center includes eight state-of-the-art operating suites, consolidated surgical services (including admitting and pre-admission testing) and a medical/surgical floor with private rooms, many with advanced patient monitoring capabilities. In addition, the Maternity Center has been expanded and updated to include a new nursery that will accommodate 16 bassinets, six new postpartum rooms and the renovation of current maternity rooms, of which three include whirlpool labor tubs. Milford Regional opened a new $25-million cancer center in January 2007. This building houses comprehensive cancer services in a partnership with Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center. In 2009, they opened a comprehensive breasth health service called The Breast Center, which received national accreditation ensuring the highest standards of care in April 2010.

Milford Regional is affiliated with UMass Memorial Health Care as a major teaching hospital. Patients receive the highest level of quality care here on our campus, as well as access to the resources and services offered at a larger medical facility.Teaching hospitals are widely recognized for providing exceptional care due to the variety of specialists on staff, the 24-hour physician coverage, the caliber of diagnostic and support services, and the latest advances in equipment and technology.

Milford Regional has been the recipient of many awards and recognitions over the years including Top 100 Hospital, Regional Hospital Gold Award and American Stroke Association's Get With the Guidelines Gold Performance Achievement Award.

For more information on Milford Regional Medical Center's programs and services, go to their Web site at wwww.milfordregional.org.

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