More Appointment Information
We’re unable to provide childcare at our health center. For safety reasons children need to be accompanied by an adult when they’re in the waiting room. Only infants can accompany you to the exam room. Please bring a friend or family member to be with your children if you don’t have childcare at home.
You can fill your birth control prescriptions at our health center instead of the pharmacy. during business hours
Getting a physical for school or employment? Please bring all of the required forms with you.
Specially trained staff are available for people with developmental disabilities.
We provide educational materials specifically for people with developmental disabilities.
You can come to us for services that don’t require a medical exam. For example, birth control education and supplies; emergency contraception (AKA the morning after pill); pregnancy testing and counseling; STD testing, and testing and treatments for urinary tract infections.
From 84 East:
Take Exit 44 (Prospect Avenue). Turn left at the end of the Exit onto Prospect Ave. Continue straight on Prospect Ave. and cross over Park Rd., Farmington Ave. and Asylum Ave. Turn right onto Albany Ave. Continue straight until you see the McDonald's on the right. The next drive way is the health center (1229 Albany Ave).
From 84 West:
Take Exit 50 (Main St. Hartford). Proceed up the hill past the Crown Plaza Hotel. Turn right onto Main St. Go straight (3 lights) until you get to a fork in the road. Bear to the left onto Albany Ave. Stay on Albany Ave. and cross over Garden St., Sigourney St., and Woodland St. Turn left into the health center driveway just before McDonald's.
From 91 North or South:
Take Exit 32 (Trumbull St.). Go straight. At the 3rd light take a right onto Main St. Go straight 3 lights. When you see a fork in the road bear left onto Albany Ave. Stay on Albany Ave. and cross over Garden St., Sigourney St. and Woodland St. Turn left into the health center driveway just before McDonald's.
* Free parking in own lot.
You may be able to get your birth control pills mailed to you. Ask the health center staff for more information.
Pills by Mail is available at this health center — a service that delivers birth control pills to your home each month. Ask the health center staff for more information.