At Anchor Health Initiative we provide care that makes you feel respected and valued just as you are. Regardless of your ability to pay, our staff is dedicated to helping you live your best life. From adolescent care to geriatrics, we deliver expert care to the LGBTQ community and its allies.
Want to become a Anchor Health Initiative patient? Give us a call at 203.674.1102 to find an office location near you.
Services Provided by AHI Primary Care Providers include:
• Preventive care and routine physicals
• Gynecological services
• Infectious disease care, including HIV and hepatitis
• Transgender health services
• Alternative Insemination referrals
• Elder care
Select a primary care provider at any of our clinic locations. Once you have selected a primary care provider, please send the name and contact information of your provider to any outside specialists you see. This will assist your specialists in coordinating medical care with us.
We accept a variety of insurance plans, in addition to most commercial medical plans (Anthem, Connecticare, Aetna, Cigna) Medicare and HUSKY. All medical services are offered on a sliding-fee scale to those who are eligible. Don’t have insurance? Don’t worry.
We provide safe, timely, cost effective, equitable, and quality services to all individuals throughout the life span. Our clients are at the center of our mission and comprehensive health and wellness is our ultimate goal. Through a team of dedicated physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and medical assistants AHI offers everything you expect from a primary care provider and more. We know that health is more than physical wellness; it also includes emotional and mental wellness.
Your Primary Care Provider (PCP) works closely with other members of your care team to help you consider how your body, mind and behavior impact your health.
Because Anchor Health Initiative is committed to your physical and mental health, routine medical treatment and procedures may include:
• A physical exam
• Asking questions about your medical history and your physical/emotional health
• Measuring your blood pressure, temperature, height and weight
• Prescribing or giving you medicine
• Having blood drawn for tests
• Setting health-focused goals
• Other simple, common procedures
Routine behavioral health/therapy treatments and procedures may include: asking questions about your mental health history and how you are feeling, discussing your concerns and problems, and creating a plan for therapy together.