The Harrington Community
The Harrington HealthCare system serves 150,000 residents in more than 15 towns in south central Massachusetts and northern Connecticut. Our community boasts old-fashioned Main Streets, vibrant businesses, first-rate schools, restaurants and antique galleries, pristine lakes and parks, among other amenities. Our suburban, small-town location is within easy reach of world-class museums, colleges and wineries, cities of Boston, Providence, Hartford, Worcester, and Springfield and the New England coast, including Cape Cod and the mountains of New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
NEW! The Harrington HealthCare 2013 Calendar
We are pleased to reveal you our beautiful 12-month Calendar for 2013. Total Local Cuties is a product of a community photo contest from our wonderful patients - we wanted to see the adorable bundles of joy delivered at our Family Birthing Center in Southbridge. What we received was above and beyond our expectations and it was so hard to choose. We feel these 12 babies embody everything our healthcare organization represents: patient-centric, compassionate and safe care. We encourage you to download a version by clicking this link or clicking on the above image. Additional copies are available for a limited time at Harrington's Southbridge, Webster and Charlton campuses. Please be patient with the download as the file is in PDF Format and could take a couple minutes.
Southbridge is located just north of the Connecticut border in the Quinebaug River Valley of south-central Massachusetts. The town is in close proximity to Routes 90, 20, 84 and 395 with convenient access to Hartford, Springfield, Providence, Boston, and Worcester. Comprised of about 21 square miles, Southbridge is an eclectic blend of hilly and flat, farmland and developed land, industry and downtown, and suburban, urban, and rural neighborhoods.
Sturbridge is widely known for its great shops, fine dining, beautiful countryside and, of course, Old Sturbridge Village. Fact is, Sturbridge is at the center of eleven towns that are filled with unique places and experiences.
It is the mission of The Last Green Valley, Inc., (TLGV) to preserve the significant natural and cultural resources of the region while encouraging compatible economic development.
Central Mass South Chamber serves the towns of Southbridge, Sturbridge, Charlton, Brimfield, the Brookfields, Holland, Spencer, Wales and Northern Connecticut.
The Webster, Dudley, Oxford Chamber of Commerce strives to cultivate an environment which is conducive to the establishment of new business, the retention of existing business, and the success of all business.
Hosts the Brimfield Antique Shows.
Dudley is a small college town located in the central part of Massachusetts. The town was incorporated in 1732 and encompasses 22 square miles. Dudley’s humble beginnings were in agriculture and textiles.
Sturbridge is located in the center of the state, in close proximity to Routes I-90 and I-84. Sturbridge is a town of contrasts; home to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast where you can step back into the 1830s.
Thompson is a unique town located in the northeast corner of Connecticut bordering Massachusetts and Rhode Island. In Thompson you will find many different villages with a variety of housing. Also, you will find a unique rural character with a beautiful country setting.
Eighteen miles south of Worcester, Webster was founded in 1812, primarily an industrial center due to its abundant water supply. By far, the town’s richest asset is the beautiful fresh water, spring fed Lake Chargoggagoggmanchaugagoggchaubunagungamaugg.
Woodstock, Connecticut is considered part of the “Quiet Corner.” The town is a rural, historic community with an agricultural background. Woodstock has more operating dairy farms than any other town in the state.
Great cities share common traits - undeniable energy and a vibrant culture that drives growth and epitomizes livability. A center of commerce, industry, and education, Worcester has redefined its identity and refashioned its urban form to accommodate the needs of a dynamic economy.