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Phone: 860.545.5000

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If a medical condition is life- or limb-threatening, or involves severe wounds or amputations, patients should go to the ER. If the medical condition is non-life-threatening, GoHealth Urgent Care offers experienced providers who are ready and waiting for you. Most Insurances Accepted. Same Day Appointments. Just Walk In. Open 7 Days A Week.

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Medical Rounds: Trauma Injury Prevention

Clinical Researcher Christa Green discusses the importance of trauma injury awareness and what Hartford Hospital is doing to help the community.

Laurie St. John – Ch. 3 – Nurses Week

May 6-12 is National #NursesWeek, where the nation celebrates the great work that nurses do each and every day. Laurie St. John, RN & VP of Hartford HealthCare at Home talks nurses week on Channel 3 Eyewitness News from Hartford Hospital.

Recognized by U.S. News & World Report for Best Regional Hospitals (*Ranked #1 in Hartford Metro Area) and recognized as High-performing in Nephrology, Aortic Valve Surgery, Heart Bypass Surgery, Heart Failure, Colon Cancer Surgery, Lung Cancer Surgery, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Hip Replacement and Knee Replacement.

* earning this prestigious distinction for the ninth consecutive year.

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Gray Death, a Fatal Synthetic Opioid Combination, Seen as Threat in State

An emerging fatal opioid combination, known as Gray Death, has become a potential threat in Connecticut and has the Behavioral Health Network (BHN) clinicians on alert. Called Gray Death due to its color and concrete-like material, it is a deadly combination of various synthetic opioids including carfentanil, U-47700, 4-ANPP and [...]

Massive Pecan Tree at IOL, Dating to 1860s, Destroyed by Isaias

By Robin Stanley and Brenda Kestenbaum Tropical Storm Isaias made history when it barreled through the region Aug. 4. It also erased some history. Several trees on the Institute of Living (IOL) grounds, dating to the 1860s, were destroyed — including a famed pecan tree. “The pecan is one of [...]

Think You Know Your Portable Generator? Take This Test

A portable generator solves your most immediate Isaias-related problem, an agonizing power outage that could last days in some parts of Connecticut, as long as you know what you’re doing. Test your generator knowledge: Q. Which creates more carbon monoxide, a portable generator or a car’s exhaust? A. A single [...]

Feeling Powerless After Isaias, COVID-19? It’s a Test of Our Coping Skills

After the COVID-19 pandemic, a state shutdown, mass unemployment and disruption of school and family life comes Isaias, one of the most devastating tropical storms to hit Connecticut since Sandy in 2012. Enough is enough. “This sort of disaster over the last 24 hours has absolutely pushed some people to [...]

Research: Inhibiting Gene in Test Mice Can Quiet Parkinson’s Tremors

When University of California-San Diego (UCSD) scientists transformed brain cells into functioning neurons that restored dopamine, eliminating Parkinson’s disease motor symptoms in test mice, humans watched with anticipation. The research, “Reversing a model of Parkinson’s disease with in situ converted nigral neurons,” was published this summer in the journal Nature. [...]

How to Make it Through The Toughest Days of COVID-19

By Amanda Brill Licensed Clinical Social Worker Hartford HealthCare Chase Family Movement Disorders Center It’s entirely reasonable during a pandemic to feel more stressed, anxious, lonely and depressed than usual. Yet, despite the circumstances, some people seemed to be doing OK. Researchers wanted to know what they were or were [...]


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Total Joint Pre-Operative Education Webinar

This webinar is for patients who will undergo hip and knee replacement surgery, providing education on how to prepare for the surgery, [...]

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