Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s main campus is located at 282 Washington Street in Hartford, Connecticut.

For Medical Professionals

Ranked as one of the best children’s hospitals in the nation, our pediatric experts are here for all of your patients’ physical, social and emotional needs. With locations throughout the region and Video Visits offered in more than 30 specialties, you can count on us to be your partners in comprehensive pediatric care.

COVID-19 Resources

For Providers

Get answers to your questions, view our “Ask the Experts” webinars, read and subscribe to our COVID-19 email newsletter, download helpful resources for you and your patients, and more. COVID-19 Resources for Providers >

For Patients & Families

Our pediatric experts have gathered all the information your patients and families need to stay safe during COVID-19, from tips for getting children to wear masks to helping them adjust to new routines. COVID-19 Resources for Patients & Families >

Patient Safety during COVID-19

Our safety program, Safe and Sound, is clinically backed and designed to meet or exceed the highest standards. We work around the clock to give parents peace of mind – and above all, keep kids safe and sound. Safe and Sound Program >



Refer a Patient

One call does it all: our OneCall team handles referrals for specialty and clinical support services, including multiple appointments, and can connect you for a consult with any of our subspecialists.

Provider Resources

We offer several tools for primary care providers who refer patients to Connecticut Children’s, including our EpicCare Link online patient management portal and our exclusive referral guidelines.

Physician Relations

Our team of physician liaisons ensure our referring partners have access to the latest information about our clinical care, programs, providers, important initiatives, and expansion plans.

Connecticut Children's Care Network

Connecticut Children’s Care Network combines our pediatric specialists and community physicians into one network working to improve patient care for children around the region.


Frequently Asked Questions

A Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) is a network of independent providers and an institution collaborating to improve clinical quality while limiting cost.

The network aggregates and shares data between the hospital and the provider, to provide more insight into the care of their shared patients. Quality metrics will be developed and set as a standard when running each practice, providing the best possible outcome for the patient. The network will leverage care coordination, improved communication and connections to community programs to focus on improving the overall well-being of the patient.

This is your opportunity to be part of a strong pediatric community and implement quality improvement initiatives that actually improve pediatric care. Additionally, you will be able to secure cost savings through Management Services Organization (MSO) services to provide you with group purchasing power. To further improve fiscal health, there are incentive payments available for high performance in the network’s quality improvement program. Learn more about our membership benefits > 

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