Residency Training Locations

Our Nurse Practitioner residents are primarily based at 5
of Community Health Center's locations.



Community Health Center of Middletown
675 Main Street
Middletown, CT 06457
860-347-6971

Established in 1972, CHC of Middletown serves residents of the city of Middletown and surrounding towns of Middlesex County. It is the hub for an extensive network of CHC services, including four comprehensive school based health services, homeless shelter clinics, domestic violence shelter, community based case management services, and family wellness and support services.



Community Health Center of New London
1 Shaws Cove
New London, CT 06320
860-447-8304

Established in 1992, CHC of New London serves residents of the city of New London and the surrounding towns of New London County, the shoreline, and bordering towns of Rhode Island. It is the hub for community based and school health services.



Community Health Center of New Britain
1 Washington Square
New Britain, CT 06051
860-224-3642

Established in 1996, CHC of New Britain is the health care home for residents of the city of New Britain and many surrounding towns in Hartford County. It is the hub of an extensive set of CHC services, including school-based health centers and health care clinics in the city’s homeless and domestic violence shelters.



Community Health Center of Meriden
134 State Street
Meriden, CT 06450
203-237-2229

Established in 1991, the Community Health Center of Meriden serves residents of the city of Meriden, as well as the surrounding communities of Wallingford, Cheshire, and Southington. The CHC of Meriden serves as the hub for many CHC services, including its behavioral health services in all city schools, mobile dentistry programs, and health care services in the city’s homeless and domestic violence shelters.



Day Street Community Health Center
49 Day Street
Norwalk, CT 06854
203-854-9292

The Day Street Community Health Center started as Norwalk Smiles in 2007, offering dental care for all ages, behavioral health services for children and mobile dental services in 26 locations throughout Norwalk, including in every school, three pre-school readiness programs, Head Start program locations and Norwalk WIC. In October 2010, Norwalk Smiles became the Day Street Community Health Center, offering comprehensive primary medical, dental and behavioral health services for all ages. The center also provides assistance with application for public insurance and other support programs and remains the hub for mobile dental services offered throughout Norwalk.

CHC's Family Nurse Practitioner Residency Training Program in Community Health and Primary Care is one of
CHC's national initiatives. For more information about CHC, Inc. please visit www.chc1.com