The Hospital of Central Connecticut (HOCC) Rehabilitation Network and the Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging Expand Services in Southington

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On December 11, The Hospital of Central Connecticut (HOCC) Rehabilitation Network and the Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging expanded their services to the new Hartford HealthCare HealthCenter building at 462 Queen Street in Southington. 

The Hospital of Central Connecticut Rehabilitation Network
The HOCC Rehab Network will offer a variety of services in the new location, including: physical therapy; sports medicine; headache management; balance and fall prevention services; male and female incontinence and pelvic pain services; and pregnancy and postpartum back care.

Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging
The Hartford HealthCare (HHC) Center for Healthy Aging is geared toward older adults, as well as their loved ones and caregivers, who wish to remain as healthy and independent as possible in the most appropriate environment. The center is also a resource for people who may live far away and need assistance connecting their aging loved one with services and resources. The center provides resource coordinators, dementia coaches, and a geriatric care manager.

Contact information
HOCC Rehabilitation Network
462 Queen St., Suite 202, Southington

HHC Center for Healthy Aging
462 Queen St., Suite 101, Southington

The new Hartford HealthCare HealthCenter on Queen Street is a 48,000-square-foot facility that will expand access to convenient healthcare for the residents of Southington and neighboring towns. Other programs and services will open in phases during the next few months.

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