Coronavirus and the Flu
A statement from David B. Banach, M.D., M.P.H.
UConn Health performs travel-related screenings for all patients in urgent care and the Emergency Department. Our healthcare providers are screening all of our patients in urgent care and the Emergency Department according to the CDC Guidelines. In accordance with the CDC guidance any patient under investigation for the novel coronavirus will receive care in a private room, ideally an airborne isolation room if available using Airborne and Contact Precautions, including eye protection and a mask.
If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, please visit our emergency room or one of our urgent care locations today.
Care when you need it most.
UConn Health Urgent Care is available when you need medical care and can’t wait for an appointment at a physician’s office. We provide care for your entire family with no appointment necessary.
Our board-certified emergency medicine and family practice physicians and certified advanced nurse practitioners treat a range of non-life threatening illnesses and injuries that need prompt attention. We can help with a variety of conditions ranging from sinus infections and pneumonia to cuts that need stitches, breaks and sprains, and more.
X-ray and laboratory services are conveniently provided at the same location.
Breaks and Sprains
Colds and Flu
Ear and Eye Infections
Immunizations and Vaccinations
Minor Cuts, Scrapes, and Burns
Upper Respiratory Problems
Urinary Tract Infections
TB Skin Tests