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Choosing a Primary Care Provider

Patients are able to choose primary care providers who are either a Family Medicine Physician, Internal Medicine Physician or an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). Regardless of your age, gender or health status, you should have a Primary Care Provider that meets your individualized needs.

Internal Medicine

Internists have a primary focus on caring for adult patients and have significant training in sub-specialties of internal medicine such as endocrinology, neurology, rheumatology, etc. This deep experience equips internists to diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions and to manage complex medical situations with multiple conditions. Internists are also well equipped to interact with specialists and co-manage your healthcare collaboratively with other physicians.

Family Medicine

Family physicians are like pediatricians and internists combined, trained to handle the entire spectrum of medical issues that might be encountered by members of a family. Family Medicine Physicians have training in a broader spectrum of healthcare than internists, such as women’s health and maternity related specialties, and can often provide sub-specialty care themselves.

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CPR for Parents and Childcare Providers

Manchester Memorial Hospital
71 Haynes Street Manchester CT
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ECHN New Mothers' Group - Suspended until Further Notice

Manchester Memorial Hospital
71 Haynes Street Manchester CT
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Virtual Prevent Type 2 Diabetes Info Session