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Connecticut Childrens Medical Center

Pediatric and Youth HIV Program

Connecticut Childrens Infectious Disease and Immunology

Organization Address: 

505 Farmington Ave
Farmington, Connecticut 06032
United States


Hartford County

Phone Number: 

(860) 545-9490 (Main)

Appointment Required: 



Monday,8:30am To 4:30pm
Tuesday,8:30am To 4:30pm
Wednesday,8:30am To 4:30pm
Thursday,8:30am To 4:30pm
Friday,8:30am To 4:30pm
Office hours as above. 24-7 on-call provider service.
Disclaimer: Hours of operation change frequently. Please contact the organization to verify.

Testing Services: 

  • Hepatitis A Testing
  • Hepatitis C Testing
  • Hepatitis B Testing
  • TB Testing
  • Gonorrhea Testing
  • Syphilis Testing
  • Herpes Testing
  • Chlamydia Testing
  • Rapid Blood HIV Testing
  • Conventional Blood HIV Testing

Prevention Services: 

  • TB Prevention Education
  • STD Prevention/Education
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention Education
  • HIV Test Counseling
  • Hepatitis Prevention/Education
  • Condom/Female Condom/Dental Dam Distribution

Capacity Building Services: 

  • Advocacy/Activism
  • Training Programs

Care and Treatment Services: 

  • Medication Adherence Education and Counseling
  • Adult Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine
  • Hepatitis B Treatment
  • Hepatitis C Treatment
  • HIV/AIDS Medical Treatment
  • Post Exposure Prophylaxis
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
  • Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
  • STD Treatment
  • TB Treatment

Support Services: 

  • Ryan White Services
  • PrEP Navigation
  • Case Management
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS/HOPWA
  • Drug Purchasing Assistance, including AIDS Drug Purchasing Assistance (ADAP)


Specialty Care Center

Organization Type: 

Clinic, Hospital (Nonprofit)


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Services provided for HIV+ infant, child or youth up to age 25. PrEP services for adolescents and youth up to age 25. Diagnostic service for infants perinatally exposed to HIV. Post exposure prophylaxis for infant, child or youth up to age 25 through our hospital ED; follow up in the office.