As the country and the world continue to battle the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), everyone should keep in mind that, regardless of whether they contract the virus, it is important to maintain good health and seek treatment for any and all illnesses at a qualified medical center such as any one of our Community Health Connections locations. If you or a loved one needs medical care, do not hesitate to contact us, regardless of your insurance situation.
For almost twenty years we have been providing medical services to the underserved in greater central Massachusetts, now with medical center locations in Fitchburg, Gardner and Leominster.
Our main medical center as well as our other locations provide a wide range of services including:
- Behavioral Health
- Substance Use Disorder Treatment
As the current pandemic has taken hold, there has been a growing trend across the country for individuals and families to avoid visiting a medical center for fear of being exposed to COVID-19. However, by choosing not to seek medical help for new or existing illnesses and medical conditions people run the risk of having their situation grow worse through lack of treatment.
At Community Health Connections, we take every precaution to help ensure that our staff and patients are protected from infection at our medical center as well as our other three locations. If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, please call us at 978-878-8100 before coming in. We want to make sure that you receive the healthcare services you need while we all work to limit public exposure to the virus. If you or a family member have any of the symptoms associated with coronavirus, such as a fever, dry cough, or shortness of breath and suspect possible infection, our Gardner and ACTION Health Center locations are performing COVID-19 testing.
Contact us today to ensure that you and your loved ones receive any necessary medical services and to learn more about COVID-19 testing at the Community Health Connections medical center near you.