Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center - Wilmont Crossing - New Haven Community Health Center

  • 122 Wilmot Road
  • New Haven CT, 06515
  • Contact Phone: (203) 503-3000
  • Clinic Details: Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center at Wilmont Crossing is our newest location, offering an array of services including primary medical care, pediatrics, dental services, and adult outpatient behavioral health and substance use treatment services.

  • Website: http://cornellscott.org/
  • Services: Adult Mental Health & Counseling; Internal Medicine; Dental; Pediatrics; Podiatry; Substance Use Treatment
  • Dental Services: Exams, Cleanings, Fillings, Extractions
  • Pediatric Services: Immunizations, School and Sports Physicals, Camp Physicals, Vision and Hearing Screenings, Developmental Screenings
  • Remarks: Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round
  • Payment Method: Sliding-Fee Scale, Medicare, Medicaid (Title 19), HUSKY, Charter Oak, Commercial Insurance Plans, Personal check, Cash, Credit Cards

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