Saint Vincent Hospital
Saint Vincent Hospital is a full-service hospital with a 114-year tradition of providing quality care to residents of Worcester and Central Massachusetts. From newborns to seniors, Saint Vincent has a wide-range of inpatient and outpatient services, including open-heart surgery, cardiovascular medicine, radiation, oncology and pediatric services.
Saint Vincent was the first hospital in Central Massachusetts to offer robotically assisted surgical procedures and minimally invasive, computer-assisted joint replacements. In 2000, Saint Vincent moved to a new, modern, state-of-the-art facility, a testament to the hospital's continued evolution as a pioneer in central Massachusetts's health care.
Saint Vincent Hospital is the official sports medicine provider for the Worcester Sharks, the Worcester Tornadoes, the New England Surge and the College of the Holy Cross.
Originally a mill town, Worcester sits just less than an hour from downtown Boston and is known for fine restaurants, cultural diversity and affordable housing options. Worcester also is home to the state's finest schools, both public and private. Although it is the state's 2nd largest city, Worcester has that small town New England feel with many safe family oriented communities. The Worcester Art Museum, the Higgins Armory Museum, nine colleges, several nice parks, some industry and biotech companies are just a few things that draw people to this area. Worcester was recently given the "All American City" award.