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PACT Primary Care – Where to Go for Healthcare

Routine and Same Day Appointments

Scheduling an appointment with your Primary Care Provider is the best place to receive your preventative care, disease management, and routine illness or injury care. You can call the office during regular business hours to schedule an appointment. If you have a MyChartPLUS account you can also send a message to the team that you would like to schedule an appointment.

We make an effort to have Same Day and Next Day appointments available for established patients. If you think you need a same day appointment, please call the office to schedule.

These appointments are available for non-emergent care, such s:

  • Strains and Sprains
  • Scrapes and Cuts
  • Minor Burns
  • Fevers
  • Coughs, Cold/Flu

After Hours and Weekends

Extended office hours are available for Routine Care the second Monday of the month; appointments must be scheduled in advance. Office locations and providers may vary.

A Physician is always on call after regular office hours by calling your respective office. The answering service will assist in getting your message to the provider who will call you back. Please note this is only available for health concerns, medications will not be refilled after hours. Routine concerns: billing assistance, forms, cancelling/rescheduling appointments should all be taken care of during regular business hours

You can find a listing of all our offices HERE

The West Haven and Hamden Primary Care locations offer Saturday Hours (8:30am to 12:00pm) for Urgent Care. Please call the office to confirm they are open and able to care for your urgent needs.

Physicians Alliance of Connecticut is a proud partner of Hartford HealthCare which offers Urgent Care at all of their GoHealth locations. There are 29 conveniently located offices to meet your care needs. Walk-In Care is available 7 days a week, no appointment necessary.

Emergency Care

If you need Urgent, Life-Saving Care Dial 911
Or go to the nearest Hospital Emergency Department

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Chest Pain
  • Choking or Having a hard time Breathing
  • Facial Drooping, Arm Weakness, Speech Difficulty
  • Facial Swelling
  • Mental Health Crisis
  • Severe Burns
  • At risk of losing a limb
  • Bleeding that won’t stop
  • Someone who is not responding