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If you are uninsured, underinsured or need help paying your hospital bills, we may be able to help.Financial Assistance
Need to request your medical records? Complete and sign the Authorization for Release of Information form, then fax to (203) 749-9000 or e-mail email@example.com. Call Us: (203) 739-7218.
Additional Forms and Details
Requesting an amendment to your medical record(s)
If you identify that information in your medical record is incorrect, please submit a completed form to amend health information. Include your current address and phone number.
Patient Request to Amend Health Information (PDF)
Fax or mail form to:
Health Information Services Department
24 Hospital Avenue, Danbury, CT 06810
Fax: (203) 749-9000
Contact the Danbury Hospital Medical Record Department at (203) 739-7218 Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Giving at Danbury HospitalDanbury Hospital relies on community support to continue our tradition of delivering dedicated patient care, research and community outreach in the region. We offer many ways to give and all gifts, no matter the size, are tax-deductible.
Price Transparency and Cost Estimator Tools
As of January 1, 2021, Nuvance Health hospitals post current charges for certain hospital items and services on our web site. These easy-to-access online price lists comply with new federal government regulations aimed at increasing healthcare transparency for consumers.
You’ll see two types of charges: gross and negotiated. Gross charges are undiscounted fees (standard charges or list prices) for items or services that are billed to all patients, regardless of insurance. These fees cover procedures, services, drugs and supplies associated with the delivery of medical care. Negotiated charges are prices that the hospital has negotiated with third parties and that insurance companies have agreed to pay. In addition, consumer charges for “shoppable” services refers to services that can be planned in advance such as a colonoscopy or mammogram. These types of services are typically performed on an outpatient basis. All of these fees cover the total cost of delivering healthcare to you. They will be updated each year as service offerings change.
Understanding the price lists
What you’ll pay
Your actual charges for services (out-of-pocket expense) depends on the specific services you receive, which are often not planned in advance, and any insurance coverage or benefits. We work with you to provide an estimate of your charges and to review your payment responsibilities and options. Insurance companies negotiate discounts for their members. If you are insured, your out-of-pocket costs may be less. When choosing a healthcare provider, you should consider other factors in addition to cost, such as quality, reputation, convenience and access to services. We are committed to providing high quality, personalized healthcare. If additional information is required for assistance with estimating your total bill, please contact (203) 794-5350 or TTY (800) 421-1220.
Volunteer at Danbury Hospital
Due to COVID-19, volunteer opportunities are limited at this time. Contact Amy Faith Lionheart, Manager, Volunteer Services at (203) 739-7000 to learn more.
Volunteers are a valued part of Danbury Hospital. More than 400 generous and talented individuals make up the volunteer team at Danbury Hospital. They generously give their time to make a difference to patients, families and hospital staff. Learn more about:
Volunteer opportunitiesOur program is successful largely because we match the right volunteer to the right position, based on your interests. We take time to meet with prospective volunteers to review possible opportunities.
How to become a volunteerOnce you are accepted as a volunteer, you will need to attend a mandatory open house/orientation and/or participate in an online training course (online training is only offered upon department approval and is based on the assignment).
Danbury and New Milford Hospital Board of Directors
Mary Alice Donius
Cornelius Ferreira, MD
Bruce Haims, Vice Chair
Spencer Houldin, Chair
John Murphy, MD (ex-officio)
Dahlia Plummer, MD
Board of Directors of Danbury Hospital and New Milford Hospital Foundation, Inc.
Len DiNardo, Vice Chair
Lisa A. Esneault, Chair
Jeet M. Sandhu, MD
Christian J. Trefz
Grace Linhard, Chief Development Officer
Carolyn McKenna, Secretary
Steven Rosenberg, Treasurer