CROMWELL, CT, October 22, 2014– The future of healthcare in Connecticut arrived today with the opening of Connecticut Urgent Care Centers’ (CUCC) Cromwell Clinic; an affordable, state-of- the-art medical facility providing walk in, extended hour out-patient care for acute illnesses, and injuries requiring immediate attention but not severe enough to require emergency department admission.
“We’re committed to providing a solution to the rising cost of professional health care, and extraordinarily proud to open the first of our planned state-wide clinics in Cromwell,” said CUCC Medical Director Dr. Dan Mastella. “Our clinics will provide communities with easy, affordable access to expert treatment by medical professionals experienced in urgent care and family medicine practices.”
In addition to urgent care for non life-threatening injuries, the spacious facility offers walk-in diagnosis and treatment for a wide variety of family illnesses including ear, eye, bronchial, bladder and sinus infections, along with on-site prescriptions, x-ray, pulmonary function testing, ECG, and pre-employment and school physical exams. Common vaccinations such as influenza, shingles, and tetanus are also available daily.
“I am extremely pleased to welcome Connecticut Urgent Care Centers as a new partner in the town of Cromwell,” said Cromwell Mayor Enzo Faienza. “With the opening of this state of the art health care facility, county residents have a new option for convenient, top-notch health care services,” continued Faienza. “On behalf of the entire Middlesex community, thank you Connecticut Urgent Care Centers for your commitment to serving our town and our county!”
Located at 136 Berlin Road, the facility is open Monday through Friday, 8am–8pm, and weekends 9am-6pm. All services are available with no appointment needed, and most health insurance, including Medicare, is accepted. For more information about the Cromwell health-care clinic, and Connecticut Urgent Care Centers, visit www.cturgentcarecenters.com or call 860-378-8585.
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