Make an Appointment: Walk-In or Video Visit
Our Northeast Medical Group Walk-In practices in Connecticut and Rye Brook, New York offer in-person and virtual services. You can expect the same level of high-quality care that you would receive in our offices at home. Not sure what kind of appointment to make? We’re here to help.
Book a Video Visit
✔ Suspected COVID-19 Infection
✔ Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
✖ Abdominal Pain
Schedule a Video Visit
Not sure what kind of appointment to make?
Book an in person visit for any of the following conditions:
- Abdominal pain
- Flu vaccine
- Ear wax impaction
- Minor injuries
- Sexually transmitted infection
- Stitches, staple removal
- TB (PPD) test, read
- Tetanus vaccine
- Wound check
- Workman comp (initial visit only)
Book a video visit for any of the following conditions:
- Abrasions, bruises
- Back pain, neck pain
- Cold, cough, flu symptoms, upper respiratory infection
- COVID-19 exposure
- Ear ache/pain
- Eye infection, stye
- Heartburn, acid reflux, GERD
- Insect bites/stings
- Joint pain
- Minor injuries
- Nausea or vomiting
- Oral complaints (non-dental)
- Sinus infection
- Skin conditions/rashes
- Sore throat
- Sprains, strains
- Urinary tract infection
Please note: these conditions can be treated virtually or in person at our Walk-Ins.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yale New Haven Health offers virtual appointments for a variety of non-emergency medical conditions. Please note, if you are experiencing a medical emergency including sudden dizziness, difficulty speaking, shortness of breath or chest pain, call 9-1-1 right away.
Learn more about telehealth services, and how to sign up for an appointment
Conditions that need in-person care may include vaccinations or minor injuries. You may be surprised at how many conditions can be treated virtually. The full list of conditions is above.
Many services are covered by insurance but please check with your provider before making an appointment.
This depends on your insurance carrier. Please check your coverage before making an appointment to be sure.
You may be seen by an APRN, Physicians’ Assistant, Family doctor or Internal Medicine Board Certified clinician.