Per recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), face masks are still required in health care settings. You must wear a mask while at a Middlesex Health facility regardless of whether you've been vaccinated.
What’s Middletown like? What’s nearby? Is it a good place to raise a family?
A Premier Location
Our employees work hard, but they have fun, too. Middletown offers a huge variety of things to do, particularly river sports such as boating, sailing, wind-surfing, rowing and fishing. But there’s also skiing, snowboarding, swimming, golf, tennis, cycling and hiking. If you like fine dining, there’s plenty of that, too. There’s no end to the recreational possibilities the Middletown area offers. In fact, the nearby Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos provide lots of action, entertainment and excitement.
In the Middlesex of it All
What makes Middlesex County such a great place to live is its proximity to everything. Middletown is literally and figuratively in the middle of it all. Middletown is no sleepy New England village. It's a lively city situated in the hub of New England, about two hours from Boston and New York City.
Middlesex County reaches all the way from central Connecticut to the coastline, and it's an easy trip to Cape Cod, to Mystic Seaport and Martha's Vineyard. It also boasts charming Connecticut towns, brilliant fall landscapes, and countless antique shops, historic sites and country fairs.
A State of Well-Being
Connecticut is one of the nation's most attractive and appealing places to live and work. It has a rich historical tradition, and it may be small in size, but it has a lot of variety. You'll find some of the country's most beautiful natural scenery here, and you'll find villages and towns with the kind of charm and spirit that exists only in New England.
Connecticut has lively cities, fascinating museums and attractions and renowned universities. It offers every sport and recreational activity you can imagine. It's a wonderful place to live - and to work.