Connecticut Children’s Primary Care team offers a range of services designed to support the health and developmental well-being of children and adolescents through every stage of life. Turn to our pediatric primacy care clinicians for: 

  • 24/7 phone access to clinical team member
  • Wellness visits for major developmental milestones and annual check-ups
  • Preventive care including regularly scheduled immunizations  
  • Sick visits and customized treatment plans
  • Mental health support and screenings for behavioral disorders
  • Evaluation and treatment of chronic conditions
  • Referral to pediatric specialty care or emergency care, as needed
  • Care Coordination services
  • Evening and Saturday morning office hours
  • Telehealth appointments, as appropriate 
  • Meet-and-greet visits for parents seeking a pediatrician

With a deep commitment to evidence-based practices and a passion for empowering young minds, our pediatric and adolescent primary care team delivers the highest standard of care. 

Promise of Care

This practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. For more information call our financial aid counseling office 850.545.8086.

The Patient-Centered Medical Home

Our mission is to ensure your child’s health and happiness through a patient- and family-centered approach where you are at the heart of every step and decision. As your child’s Medical Home, Connecticut Children’s is committed to:

  • Assisting you in managing your child’s care.
  • Addressing your health-related inquiries and concerns.
  • Collaborating with other medical experts if needed.
  • Coordinating additional services for comprehensive care.
  • Empowering you to actively participate in your child’s healthcare decisions.

Vaccines for Children

We want you to know that we strongly believe in the safety and effectiveness of getting vaccines on time, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). If you want to learn more about vaccines, you can check out the CDC website or American Academy of Pediatrics website:

Local Community Resources for Families

The Greater Hartford, CT area has a variety of resources available for children with developmental disabilities and their families. Here is a comprehensive list of some of the organizations and programs that may be helpful:

  1. Connecticut Department of Developmental Services (DDS): This state agency provides services and support for individuals with developmental disabilities, including children.
  2. The Arc of Connecticut: This organization advocates for and provides support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
  3. Connecticut Children’s Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics : Specialized pediatricians who provide evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for children with developmental disabilities.
  4. CT Parent Advocacy Center (CPAC): This organization provides information, support, and advocacy to families of children with disabilities.
  5. Easter Seals Goodwill Industries: This organization provides a range of services for individuals with disabilities, including children, including therapy and educational programs.
  6. Families Network of Central Connecticut: This organization provides support and resources for families of children with disabilities and special needs.
  7. Children’s Behavioral Health: This organization provides mental health services and support for children with developmental disabilities.
  8. Help Me Grow Connecticut: This organization provides early intervention services and support for families with children, birth to age 8, who have developmental delays or disabilities.
  9. 211 of Connecticut: 211 of Connecticut is a service provided by the United Way of Connecticut that connects people in need with the resources and services they need. The organization operates a free, confidential, and multilingual information and referral service that is available 24/7 by phone, text, and online. Users can access the service by dialing 2-1-1 on their phone or by visiting the website. The service is available in multiple languages, and the organization also offers a TTY line for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. 211 of Connecticut is a great resource for people who are looking for information and support, whether they are in crisis or just need help navigating the social services system. The service is free and confidential, and the staff is trained to provide accurate, up-to-date information and referrals to the appropriate services. Families can find information about a wide range of services, including:
  • Basic needs, such as food, housing, and utility assistance
  • Health care, including mental health and addiction services
  • Child care and early childhood education
  • Education and job training
  • Support for older adults and people with disabilities
  • Assistance for veterans and military families
  • Support for immigrants and refugees

Please note there may be other resources available in the area. Families should contact the resources provided or their primacy care clinician for more information and guidance to find the best fit for their child’s needs.

Connecticut Children’s Primary Care team is dedicated to providing the best possible care for children and families in our community. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.