Why Choose UConn Health?
There are many health care choices available to families and individuals today. Here are some of the reasons Connecticut families are choosing UConn Health for all their health care needs – from primary care to highly specialized services.
Our Patients Come First
Caregivers at UConn Health are committed to providing personalized care to every patient, and tailoring treatments to meet our patients unique needs. Patient satisfaction and safety are paramount to our patients. Here is what patients have said recently about their experiences here: See stories >
UConn Health offers an impressive range of clinical services supported by more than 450 physicians in over 50 specialties. In fact, the UConn Medical Group is the largest physician practice in the Greater Hartford area. No matter what expertise you are seeking, chances are you’ll find it right here at UConn. Choose a physician >
The Excellence of a University Hospital
Because UConn Health is home to the UConn School of Medicine, patients receive the advantages of the latest innovations and research in health care. UConn physicians and caregivers are leaders in their fields, including emerging areas of personalized medicine, and many have received national and international acclaim. Learn more about UConn Health >
Convenient Suburban Locations
UConn Health’s main campus is located in suburban Farmington, just off Interstate 84 and Route 9. Primary care and a host of other services are offered at offices in East Hartford and West Hartford, as well as offices in Simsbury, Avon, Southington, Canton and Storrs. All of our facilities offer ample free parking. Directions >
Here’s a Look at Some Programs of Interest
The Pat and Jim Calhoun Cardiology Center offers a complete range of services including preventive cardiology to help patients manage risk factors like cholesterol disorders, to today’s most sophisticated interventional and surgical procedures. In addition, we offer specialized services to manage high blood pressure, including treatment-resistant hypertension, as well as complete care to diagnose and treat vascular disorders such as peripheral arterial disease, abdominal aortic aneurisms and carotid disease. To learn more, visit heart.uchc.edu.
The Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center provides evaluation, individual counseling, rehabilitation and treatment by physicians and nurses from multiple specialties. Areas of expertise include medical oncology, radiotherapy, surgical oncology and gynecologic oncology. Patients have access to the latest research and clinical trials. To learn more, visit cancer.uchc.edu.
The UConn Musculoskeletal Institute is the region’s premiere choice for complete care for a range of problems affecting bones, joints, muscles and connective tissue. Our diverse services range from orthopaedic surgery including sports medicine, total joint replacement, hand, foot and ankle, and neck and back pain, to care for osteoporosis, arthritis and other rheumatologic conditions. Our goal, every day, is to help you maximize your mobility and overall health through excellent clinical services and ongoing research and education. To learn more, visit uconnmsi.uchc.edu.
The Emergency Department is the only full service emergency department in the Farmington Valley with wait times averaging less than 20 minutes. This is important to remember when every second counts.
To learn more about UConn Health, explore our website or call us at 1-800-535-6232.