Patient and Community Outreach Services
Beyond treating illness, as a comprehensive family primary care provider, NCHC is committed to the continued well-being of our 14,000 patients and the health of our community.
As a convenience to our patients, prescriptions may be filled and renewed at a pharmacy inside our 120 Connecticut Avenue location. It is staffed by Norwalk Hospital pharmacists.
The Pharmacy at NCHC is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 6 pm. Telephone: 203-899-0708
To Refill your Prescription at the Pharmacy Dial (203) 899-0708
Press 1 for a refill | enter 7 digit Rx number | if correct press 1 | to re-enter, press 2 - to refill another Rx, press 1 - if finished | Press 2 to speak to someone in the pharmacy, press 3
Press 3 for the status of your refill order
Press 4 to leave a message.
Press 5 to hear the pharmacy hours
Press 0 to speak to someone in the pharmacy
As a convenience to our patients, we have an on-site Lab where you can get blood tests ordered by your NCHC Primary Care Providerafter your visit. It is staffed for NCHC by Norwalk Hospital phlebotomists. Telephone: 203-899-1770 x2000.
NCHC welcomes everyone, regardless of ability to pay. We accept most insurance as well as Medicaid and Medicare and Access Health. If you do not have health coverage, or if your circumstances change, we’ll schedule an appointment for you with NCHC’s Eligibility Team. Eligibility Team members are also certified Access Health counselors. They will work with you to determine your discount payment so that you can get the care you need. Call 203-899-1770 to schedule an Eligibility Appointment.
We are pleased to offer our patients a variety of free classes and occasional programs designed to help you better manage your health. Program examples include:
- Healthy Beginnings/Comenzando Bien
series of 6 prenatal classes for expectant parents
- Reach and Read for Pediatric Patients
- Smoking Cessation
- English Classes
Please see our calendar for upcoming programs and dates [More]
If you cannot afford the medication prescribed by your NCHC provider, require referral to a medical or surgical specialist, or are dealing with a situation at home or work that prevents you from keeping follow up appointments at NCHC, or from looking after your own health, let us know. Our social services, healthcare, medical records, and referral teams will work with you to connect you with services you need.
- Social Services
- Prescription Drug Assistance
- On site Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C Testing
- Medical Interpreters
- Access to Specialty Clinics at Norwalk Hospital
- Electronic Medical Records
Please see our calendar for community events