Please Note: Starting January 7, 2019, our Clinic is going to be open to see residents on Mondays and Wednesday's, 8:00am to 3:00pm. Appointments are highly encouraged! Walk-ins are welcome, but note there may be a wait and we may need to make you an appointment.
This is a temporary schedule change, we hope to go back to a Monday through Friday schedule soon!
Phone: 203-630-4234 Fax: 203-630-4159
Email: Michelle Barberino, Public Health Nurse II, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Denya, Associate Director of Health, email@example.com
- Adult vaccinations
- Blood pressure screenings
- Bike helmets are available for sale - $10.00 each (cash only, supplies are very limited!)
- Child vaccinations - free to children from birth through completion of high school
- Childhood blood lead screening and management
- Health information
- Asthma Education Program
- Seasonal flu shots for both adults and children
- Tuberculin skin testing (PPD test) and reading (must be read within 48-72 hours)
- W.I.C. certifications - height, weight, hemoglobin and lead (as needed) for children up to 5 years of age
Insurance: As of December 2018 we accept HUSKY, Medicare, Medicaid, Connecticare and Cigna insurances. Please bring your insurance card to your appointment. For current fees for those whose insurances we don't accept at this time, please click here. If you have any questions please call our Clinic at 203-630-4234.
Communicable Disease Follow Up: A core function of a health department is to prevent disease. Our Clinic office is responsible for investigating and following up on communicable diseases, such as tuberculosis, hepatitis, and food borne illnesses such as salmonella or campylobacter. State law requires area physicians, hospitals, and laboratories to report selected diseases to local health departments. Our public health nurses then investigate the extent of these illnesses and apply control measures when necessary. This process involves interviewing the affected persons and, in some cases, friends and family members.
HIPAA Privacy Notice: Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule, the Meriden Department of Health and Human Services is required to provide its Notice of Privacy Practices to all patients the first time they receive a service from us and make it available on our website. Click here to read the Privacy Practices in English. Click here to read the privacy practices in Spanish.