The Center for Chronic Care Management at Middlesex Hospital
We know that some patients require care management beyond the walls of the hospital or their doctor's office. That’s why the Middlesex Hospital Center for Chronic Care Management in Middletown, Connecticut, offers programs that assist patients with a diagnosis of asthma, diabetes, and chronic heart failure to live well with their conditions. The Center also offers childhood obesity and smoking cessation programs.
Since 1999, the Center's dedicated and specialized professional staff of nurses, counselors, dieticians and care managers has helped thousands of people here in Connecticut enjoy better lives and improved self health management as patients receive individualized care to meet their specific needs.
The Center for Chronic Care Management offers the following programs:
A pediatric asthma program especially tailored for the unique needs of children with asthma.
An adult asthma care program
For patients in the hospital as well as those who have been discharged home with the diagnosis of heart failure.
Including Medical Nutrition Therapy, Diabetes Education and one-on-one Diabetes Care Management.
Designed to meet the needs of children with obesity and weight management issues. A counselor works with the child, family and medical provider to support and manage nutrition and lifestyle changes that enable life long healthy results.
Provides assistance to individuals and small groups to cope with their smoking addictions.
To be eligible, patients must have a physician affiliated with Middlesex Hospital. If they do not already have a physician, the Center staff will assist patients in selecting one. All care managers work in cooperation with the patient’s physician to provide education and guidance to manage their chronic conditions. Patients with multiple diagnoses may be enrolled in more than one program.
For information, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-358-5420 (toll free 888-447-6211).