Not feeling your best? Relief is right down the street! Hartford Healthcare-GoHealth Urgent Care in Newington is open 7 days a week including holidays. You can save your spot online or walk-in to receive high quality care, including onsite x-ray, rapid lab testing, and referrals to specialists within the Hartford Healthcare network
Convenient, on-demand care when you need it most
Priority access to our center in Newington
Preferred access to Virtual Visits from the comfort of your home
Seamless referrals to Hartford Healthcare specialists, as needed
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Enjoy the same high-quality care as you would in person.
The provider you meet in a Virtual Visit is of the same standard and training as those you meet in person at one of our centers. In fact, our providers host Virtual Visits right from our centers, so there is a chance you have met them in person before.
Care at your fingertips
You’ll receive a text or email 15 minutes before your Virtual Visit. Then, use your computer, tablet or phone to describe your symptoms and have your provider virtually examine areas of concern.
More care needed?
If your provider feels you need to come into a nearby center for further examination, the co-pay for your Virtual Visit will be deducted from your in-person consultation.
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