Norwich, Connecticut
11 Wawecus St., Suite 2
Norwich, CT 06360
(860) 887-3538

IMPORTANT UPDATE! March 27, 2020

Norwich, New London
IMPORTANT UPDATE!, Norwich, Connecticut

 

Our office is open but we are limited to reduced hours. We are in the Norwich office Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 1:00PM. The North Windham office will have limited hours as well. Please call for availability (860) 456-9593 or (860) 887-3538.

 

Patients exhibiting any sign of fever, cough, flu-like symptoms or have traveled out of state are asked to call the office to reschedule the appointment.

 

Please know that we continue to maintain the highest standards of sanitizing and disinfecting procedures.

 

During this time of social distancing, we ask that only patients enter the office whenever possible and family members or additional individuals remain in their vehicles.

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