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The Middlesex Health Patient and Family Advisory Council is celebrating 10 years of service to the patients and families cared for by Middlesex Health.
In a move that will help increase access to care, Middlesex Health Urgent Care, Old Saybrook, is relocating. T
Middlesex Health is offering a six-class tobacco cessation program in Middletown. Classes will be held in person — not virtual, and they will be held weekly beginning April 4.
The Middlesex Health Center for Golf Performance, located in Middletown, is now taking appointments and will assess and address a golfer’s biomechanics. This will help golfers of all ages and skill levels better understand how their body relates to their golf swing. The goal is to keep them healthy and pain free.
Due to a decrease in Connecticut’s COVID-19 positivity rate, Middlesex Health is loosening its visitor policy. The changes go into effect February 7.
Effective December 31, all Middlesex Health service locations, including Middlesex Hospital, outpatient locations and ambulatory settings, will be closed to visitors — with a few exceptions.
On January 3, 2022, Middlesex Heath will become the basic life support ambulance provider for the town of Durham. This means that Middlesex will assume responsibility for all 911 ambulance coverage in the town.
With COVID-19 numbers on the rise, Middlesex Health is changing its visiting hours and encouraging patients to communicate with loved ones virtually. The changes go into effect today.
In 2021, goPINK raised $43,556 to support Middlesex Health Cancer Center patients. All proceeds help cancer patients receive free integrative medicine therapy, including patients who have breast cancer.
Due to the increase in Connecticut’s COVID-19 positivity rate, Middlesex Health is tightening its visitor policy. The changes go into effect December 9, 2021.