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Visit New England Urgent Care’s booth at these upcoming community events for your FREE gifts, chair massages* and health information! See you there!

New England Urgent Care Manchester Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting

New England Urgent Care Manchester held a grand opening event at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2, 2017, at its newest location in Manchester. Over 40 people were in attendance, including the town’s Mayor Jay Moran, Deputy Mayor Margaret Hackett, and former Mayor Diana. The event included refreshments, giveaways, site tours, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Longtime family friend and rabbi, Rabbi Adler, gave the blessing.

Mayor Moran praised New England Urgent Care for opening its newest location in Manchester and added, “The most important thing in our community is safety and health. We welcome you to this community.”

Watch New England Urgent Care’s Medical Director and co-founder, Dr. Michael Gutman, MD, PhD, FACEP, welcomes guests and explains the benefits of being treated at New England Urgent Care vs. a hospital Emergency Department…

SAVE THE DATE! Celebrate West Hartford 

June 10 & 11, 2017

For information on upcoming New England Urgent Care events, please call us toll-free at 844-884-9911 or

* Chair massages are not available at all events, please contact us for details.


New England Urgent Care News

Award-Winning Urgent Care Opens in Manchester Connecticut

MANCHESTER, CT — New England Urgent Care — Hartford County’s first Emergency-Trained and Certified Urgent Care — opened East of the river in the Manchester Parkade Plaza on Friday, March 3rd, 2017. The newest walk-in medical center is located at 370 Middle Turnpike West between Cardio Express and Stop & Shop. New England Urgent Care has four other clinics in the Greater Hartford area. They are in West Hartford, Enfield, Bristol, and Simsbury. New England Urgent Care has many awards for outstanding patient care.

As a Certified Urgent Care, New England Urgent Care has the training and on-site equipment such as x-rays, blood lab, EKG, respiratory and pharmacy to treat patients of every age — including newborns, infants and the elderly. And, New England Urgent Care is experienced to handle a broader range of illnesses and injuries than non-Certified walk-in clinics. They also perform physical exams for camp, school, sport and work and offer complete occupational health services.

“We are excited to become part of the Manchester community,” commented New England Urgent Care’s Medical Director and co-founder, Dr. Michael Gutman, MD, PhD, FACEP. “Our business model is simple. We provide ER-quality, cost-effective walk-in medical care for all non-emergency illnesses and injuries for all ages. Patients wait less and pay less for high-quality care, and get treated fast and efficiently with compassion every day of the week.”

New England Urgent Care News: “Care” in action: Employees Feed West Hartford Families in Need this Thanksgiving

groupshot-2016Community News — Putting compassionate care in action, New England Urgent Care employees collected $1,100 towards the purchase of Thanksgiving dinners for families in West Hartford and Elmwood.

Physician Assistant Michael Zerbe and Radiology Technician Luciane Mastrangeli — two members of the New England Urgent Care staff — spearheaded the effort and worked with West Hartford Social Service Director, Ed Sandy.

Zerbe said, “In a combined effort with the Elmwood-West Hartford Stop & Shop, which generously donated $100 towards our collection, New England Urgent Care employees collected enough money for 18 Thanksgiving dinners. Each Stop & Shop dinner package feeds a family of six and is valued at $59.99. The package consists of a 12-pound turkey, stuffing, gravy, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cranberry relish, green bean casserole, and a choice of an apple or pumpkin pie.”

The Monday before Thanksgiving, New England Urgent Care employees will purchase dinner package vouchers from Stop & Shop and deliver them to West Hartford Social Services where they will be distributed to an assigned family in need. Due to privacy and confidentiality reasons, families’ names are not disclosed. To pick up their meal, each family will present their voucher to Stop & Shop the day before Thanksgiving.

“New England Urgent Care employees are excited their contribution will go a long way toward helping needy families this holiday,” explains Mastrangeli. “We care about our patients and our community. This is another way for us to put our compassion for others into action.”


A much-appreciated thank-you note from Stop & Shop Store Manager Mike. We were honored to help!

Veteran’s Day Message from New England Urgent Care Medical Director Michael Gutman, MD, PhD, FACEP

Can’t Reach us by Phone?

Our phone system is being upgraded to serve you better! Please call us at 844-884-9911 starting Sunday, November 6 to Wednesday, November 16.

Urgent Care News — Half-price Flu Vaccines Available Now!

New England Urgent Care is offering half-price flu vaccines at our Bristol and Simsbury locations. Visit our Special Offers page for details…

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Great turnout at Celebrate West Hartford! Thank you for stopping by!


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New England Urgent Care News — CTNow 2016 Reader’s Poll Winner!


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Multiple Winner!

New England Urgent Care has won best urgent care in area Reader’s Polls! Thank you for making us #1!


It’s time again for the Hartford Magazine Readers’ Poll! If you are pleased with our care and service, please nominate New England Urgent Care!

Concerns about the Zika virus?

Mosquitoes spread many types of viruses and parasites that can cause diseases like chikungunya, dengue, Zika, and malaria.

Symptoms of Zika virus

Signs and symptoms of Zika virus are vague and can last for up to a week. Diagnosis of the virus is typically confirmed with a blood test.

Symptoms of Zika virus include:

  • Fever
  • Rash
  • Joint pain
  • Conjunctivitis (red eyes)
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Pain behind the eyes
  • Vomiting

According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), only 1 in 4 people infected with Zika virus develop symptoms.

Protect yourself and your family from mosquito bites:

  • Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
  • Mosquitoes may bite through thin clothing. Treat clothes with permethrin or another Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insecticide for extra protection.
  • Use only an EPA-registered insect repellent. Higher percentages of active ingredient provide longer protection. Use an insect repellent with one of these Active ingredients: DEET, Picaridin (also known as KBR 3023), Bayrepel, icaridin, Oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE), para-menthane-diol (PMD), or IR3535
  • Always follow the product label instructions.
  • Reapply insect repellent every few hours.
  • Do not spray repellent on the skin under clothing.
  • Using a sunscreen too? Apply that first, then repellent second.

In the U.S., the EPA has not evaluated most of the commonly known natural repellents for effectiveness. Examples of these ingredients include citronella oil, cedar oil, geranium oil, peppermint and peppermint oil, pure oil of lemon eucalyptus, soybean oil. The CDC recommends that you use an insect repellent containing an active ingredient shown both to be safe and effective.

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New England Urgent Care News — 14th Annual Bristol Shamrock Run & Walk

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New England Urgent Care News — Winter Wellness Expo 2016

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NBC Health & Wellness Festival

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Dr. Michael Gutman named Veterans Day speaker

staff-pics-michaelWEST HARTFORD — Retired U.S. Army Lt. Colonel, Dr. Michael Gutman was the guest speaker for the 2015 Veterans Day Ceremony, Wednesday, Nov. 11 at the Connecticut Veterans Memorial West Hartford. The American Legion Hayes-Velhage Post 96, West Hartford organized and hosted the ceremony.

Dr. Gutman joined the US Army reserves shortly after 9/11 and got his commission as a Major on June 4, 2002. He was deployed three times to combat zones, twice to Iraq and once to Bosnia over the n4ext six years. He was part of the 405th Combat Support Hospital based in West Hartford and was the commander of the 947th Forward Surgical Team for three years. On his first deployment to Iraq, Dr. Gutman served as the Battalion Surgeon at Abu Ghraib prison in 2003-04.

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New England Urgent Care named Best of Bristol!






Photos from the 2015 Bristol Home Show

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Engaged in the community! Photos from Hebrew High School of New England 5K Unity Color Run June 4, 2015

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