Why is Certification Important?
New England Urgent Care is a Certified Urgent Care, Making Us a True Urgent Care Center
Not all urgent care clinics are the same.
Just because a walk-in clinic calls themselves an “Urgent Care,” it does not mean they are ‘certified’ to do so.
Right now, there is no law in Connecticut that says who can — or cannot — call themselves an “Urgent Care.” However, if the practice has the Urgent Care Association of America Certification like New England Urgent Care does, it means that it has the medical equipment and trained staff to take care of a wider range of illnesses and injuries than clinics who are NOT Certified.
So, as a true Certified Urgent Care, New England Urgent Care has the needed equipment and staff to treat all non-life threatening, urgent illnesses and injuries right away, without an appointment.
What Certified Urgent Care Means for Our Patients
- Expertise, equipment, and compassion to treat ALL non-emergency urgent medical needs
- Specially trained to treat the elderly, newborns, infants, toddlers and children
- ONLY Certified Urgent Care in the Greater Hartford are with multiple locations
- Staffed with ER-trained Providers and RN teams at all times
- Hartford County’s FIRST Certified Urgent Care provider
- On-site services: X-rays, IV fluids, breathing treatments, vaccinations, pharmacy, blood work, suturing and casting