Frequently Asked Questions
Who can visit us?
Anyone and everyone. No matter who you are, you can seek help for your healthcare needs with us.
How do I make an appointment?
Call the main number (203) 503-3000 or visit one of our locations.
Is the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center a free clinic?
No, we are not a free clinic. We provide healthcare services for a fee. However, because we are a Federally Qualified Health Center, we are able to offer reduced rates to people without insurance as long as they qualify based on income.
How much do your services cost?
Costs will vary based on your specific situation. We accept all insurance including Medicare, Medicaid (Title 19), HUSKY, Charter Oak and most commercial insurance plans. For anyone without health insurance we offer services on a sliding-fee scale, which means you pay only what you can afford . We also can provide assistance with access to State support and services.
How can I give feedback about my experience here?
You may fill out a comment card located in the reception area.
How can I obtain my medical records?
You can obtain your medical records by calling (203) 503-3136.
How can I know if the Center is delayed or closed due to severe weather?
Our 24/7 facilities, SCRC and Grant Street Partnership Shelter, will remain open during severe weather. To find out if there are delays or closings at any of our other sites go to:
Channel 3: WFSB Early Warning Network - www.wfsb.com
(203) 503-3196 - www.cornellscott.org
To book an appointment
or for more information,
call (203) 503-3000