HARTFORD — Trinity Health of New England has announced the launch of its new consumer website.

The site is designed as a streamlined, user-friendly source of information, focused on providing the simplest means to finding a provider and access to services.

“We understand that navigating the health care system can be complicated and confusing, which is why we believe our new website will be a valuable tool for community members to connect with our network of providers and services,” said Reggy Eadie, M.D., MBA, president and CEO of Trinity Health of New England.

“The new site has been many months in the making. I am thrilled to be able to offer this tool to our community at a time in which we are facing some of the biggest challenges of our generation. Before, during, and well beyond the Covid-19 global health crisis, Trinity Health of New England is here for the community with education, resources, as well as safe, quality health care.”

The new website, www.trinityhealthofne.org, creates a unified source of information for the locations and services of Trinity Health of New England, including each of its member hospitals — Mercy Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital, Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital and Johnson Memorial Hospital.

The most notable improvements include concise, consumer-friendly content with a dynamic feed that provides the most up-to-date, people-centered, need-to-know information.

The site creates an overall improved user experience for patients and community members in need of health care, medical services or community information.

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