Programs & Services

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Due to COVID-19 precautions, all clinic visits are by appointment only.  Walk-ins are not accepted. To schedule a visit, please call 203-227-9571.

Traveler Vaccination Services

 

 

We offer vaccinations recommended for international travel as well as prescription medications to prevent malaria, altitude sickness, etc. Clinic staff will provide consultation on current safety guidance about their destination, food and water safety tips, insect-borne disease prevention, jet lag, and high altitude information.
HIV/STD Counseling and Testing Open to all regardless of age or residence. Anonymous or confidential testing available. No charge; donations accepted. Testing also available for Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
Annual Flu Vaccinations Available while supplies last.

Wellness Checks
Free blood pressure check. Glucose and tuberculosis screening available for a fee. Cash, check, and MC/V accepted.
Routine Immunizations
Routine immunizations and vaccine boosters are available for adults and children. Cash, check, and MC/V accepted.
Cholesterol Screening Cholesterol screening includes total, LDL, and HDL cholesterol levels, blood sugar and triglyceride levels. Fasting is required. The cost is $30. Cash, check and MC/V accepted.
Skin Cancer Screening Free, full-body screening for cancerous and pre-cancerous growths. Offered during the spring at the Health District.  Exams conducted by dermatologists.
Live Well Program These support workshops are facilitated by specially trained leaders, and provide opportunities for interaction and group problem solving related to common issues experienced by most people living with or those taking care of people living with health concerns or conditions.
Homebound Health Check Program In-home (non-skilled) visits are made by a registered nurse to homebound residents to ensure that their health needs are met and that they maintain or improve their health status through assessments and early intervention.
Fall Prevention Program This program, facilitated by a public health nurse, can be presented to community groups. The objective of the program is to help individuals identify and reduce fall risks. Topics covered include: home hazards, low blood pressure, sensory deficits, mobility issues, balance problems, and multiple medications. In addition, balance exercises and ways to safely get up from a fall are demonstrated and practiced with attendees.
Home Safety Assessments This is a free service offered to residents. A member of the health district staff will visit your home to determine if any safety concerns exist. Some of the items on the checklist include: lighting, flooring, footwear, fire protection, stairways, and water temperature. At the completion of the visit, the homeowner is given a copy of the completed home safety and risk assessment with the findings and any recommendations.