We are open Nights, Weekends & Holidays - Offering Care 365 Days a Year!   Locations and Hours 

Practice News

AAP President Urges Parents To Vaccinate Their Children Against Measles

The measles outbreak that began at Disneyland has grown to more than 100 cases in multiple states.  It’s a stark reminder of the importance of making sure your children are fully vaccinated. Please click here to read a great article … Continue reading

Kids Clothing Drive

Kids Clothing Drive

Most of us take a warm winter coat, hat, or gloves for granted, but that’s simply not true for many Connecticut children.  Please help us with our Kids Clothing Drive by donating new and like new winter gear to benefit … Continue reading

Toys For Tots

Toys For Tots

If you are interested in bringing smiles to local children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for the holidays, now is your opportunity. All 6 of our offices are drop off locations for new, unwrapped toys. We will … Continue reading

Food Drive

Food Drive

Pediatric Healthcare Associates is hosting a Food Drive for the Local Food Banks in the community.  We will be collecting non-perishable groceries at all 6 of our offices starting now until Friday, November 21, 2014.  Please see the flyer below for a … Continue reading

Ebola – contact tracing

Ebola – contact tracing

One of the most important tools we have to prevent the spread of Ebola is contact tracing.  Contact tracing is finding everyone who comes in direct contact with a sick Ebola patient.  Contacts are watched for signs of illness for … Continue reading

Backpacks Are Back!!

Once again we will be collecting school supplies for children at risk and those children who would otherwise go without something new for school.  These supplies can include pens, pencils, markers, crayons, notebooks, rulers, or erasers.  All items will be … Continue reading

Childhood Behavior & Development Talk

Childhood Behavior & Development Talk

Understand the Challenges of Normal Childhood Behavior and Development from birth to 6 years old. A 30 minute talk for parents to learn how normal emotional, developmental and physical changes that children go through in the first 6 years impact … Continue reading

Bowling Against Bullying

Bowling Against Bullying

The 4th Annual Bowling Against Bullying event was held on Friday, June 6th.  This fun filled community awareness event led by The Center for Family Justice is for everyone and anyone who wants to show their support against Bullying. Not … Continue reading

New Emergency Forms Policy

We are experiencing an extremely high volume of camp, school, sport, and medication form requests in our offices.  In order to help us to complete your forms accurately and in a timely fashion, we ask for your cooperation with the … Continue reading

NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Level 3 Status Acheived at all 6 Sites

NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Level 3 Status Acheived at all 6 Sites

The patient-centered medical home is a way of organizing primary care that emphasizes care coordination and communication to transform primary care into “what patients want it to be.” Medical homes can lead to higher quality and lower costs, and can … Continue reading