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Yale New Haven Health announces vaccination sites

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

New Haven, CT (Jan. 20, 2021) – Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS) today announced the opening dates for its COVID vaccination sites across the state. All vaccinations are by appointment only and can be made now on the YNHHS website: www.ynhhs.org/covidvaccine.

More appointments are being added as vaccine is made available to ensure that there is sufficient supply for all scheduled patients.

The following Health System vaccination sites are scheduled to open on Thursday, Jan. 21:

• Northeast Medical Group (NEMG), 4A Devine Street, North Haven

• NEMG, 112 Quarry Road, Trumbull

• NEMG, 501 Kings Highway East, #204, Fairfield

• NEMG, 500 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich

• NEMG, 633 Middlesex Avenue, Old Saybrook

• NEMG, 194 Howard Street, New London

The following Health System vaccination sites operating in partnership with Yale University will open of Friday, Jan. 22:

• Yale West Campus, 100 West Campus Drive, Bldg. 410, Orange

• The Lanman Center at Yale University, 74 Ashman St., Lot 78, New Haven

The following Health System vaccination sites will open on Monday, Jan. 25:

• Floyd Little Field House, 480 Sherman Parkway, New Haven

• Mitchell College, De Biasi Drive, New London

• The Brunswick School, 1252 King Street, Samson Field House, Greenwich

The following Health System vaccination site will open on Wednesday, Jan. 27:

• Parsons Center, 70 West River Street, Milford

Yale New Haven Health patients who reside outside of Connecticut are eligible to receive the COVID vaccine in Connecticut if they qualify for vaccination under Connecticut's guidelines. Those patients who receive their care in Connecticut can schedule an appointment at a community vaccination site here: www.ynhhs.org/covidvaccine.

In the state of Connecticut, phase 1B officially began this week with the vaccinations of residents 75 and older who are not living in nursing homes. For more information on the phased rollout schedule, please visit www.ynhhs.org or the state’s website here: https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/COVID-19-Vaccination---Phases.

Yale New Haven Health (YNHHS), the largest and most comprehensive healthcare system in Connecticut, is recognized for advanced clinical care, quality, service, cost effectiveness and commitment to improving the health status of the communities it serves. YNHHS includes five hospitals – Bridgeport, Greenwich, Lawrence + Memorial, Westerly and Yale New Haven hospitals, several specialty networks and Northeast Medical Group, a non-profit medical foundation with several hundred community-based and hospital-employed physicians. YNHHS is affiliated with Yale University and Yale Medicine, the clinical practice of the Yale School of Medicine and the largest academic multi-specialty practice in New England. Yale New Haven Hospital is the primary teaching hospital of Yale School of Medicine. www.ynhhs.org

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