Greenwich is well-served by the Greenwich Hospital, a non-profit association affiliated with the Yale New Haven Health System. The new state-of-the-art hospital of 160 beds opened its doors in 1999. Special units include the Bendheim Cancer Center, the Neonatal Department, and the new Headache Unit. Greenwich Hospital


In addition, there are numerous facilities available for vaious stages of eldercare. The Greenwich Commission on Aging can provide detailed information on public and private facilities throughout town. Below is a partial list of facilities:

Skilled Nursing

Greenwich-Laurelton Nursing & Convalescent Home
1188 King Street
Greenwich, CT 06831
203-531-8300

Greenwich Woods Health Care Center
1165 King Street
Greenwich, CT 06831
203-531-1335

The Nathaniel Witherell Home
70 Parsonage Road
Greenwich, CT 06831
203-869-4130

Respite Care

Alternative care for patients who are in need of temporary substitute care to relieve family members from caregiving duties. Respite allows family members to go away for a short period of time. The following facilities offer respite care if space permits:

Greenwich Adult Day Center
203-622-0079

Greenwich Hospital
203-863-3200

Greenwich-Laurelton Nursing & Convalescent Home
203-531-8300

Greenwich Woods Health Care Center
203-531-1335

The Nathaniel Witherell Home
203-869-4130

Residential Care Homes

Parsonage Cottage Senior Residence
88 Parsonage Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
203-869-6226

Congregate Housing

Hill House
10 Riverside Avenue
Riverside, CT 06878
203-637-3177

Assisted Living

The Mews
½ Bolling Place
Greenwich, CT 06830

Intermediate Care

Greenwich Woods Health Care Center
1165 King Street
Greenwich, CT 06831
203-531-1335