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Stamford Health Announces Opening of Harbor Point Walk-In Center

Jul 7, 2024 | Public | 0 comments

It is the health system’s fourth immediate care offering and second location in Harbor Point.

Stamford Health announced the opening of the Harbor Point Walk-In Center, which will begin offering family medicine walk-in services immediately. The facility, located in the Harbor Point neighborhood of Stamford, Connecticut is the health system’s fourth immediate care offering and second location in Harbor Point, following HSS Sports Rehab Harbor Point.

The new facility offers a variety of healthcare services for patients 14 and older including sick visits for general illness, cold, flu and COVID-19 symptoms, vaccinations to treat common conditions, treatment for minor aches and sprains, and more. The location will also offer services such as OB-GYN and other women’s health care services in the near future.

The Harbor Point Walk-In Center adds to the growing list of Stamford Health’s ambulatory locations across lower Fairfield County and will provide convenient care and services to the local community, including those who may be new to the area or who do not yet have a primary care physician.

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