Hartford HealthCare’s COVID Recovery Center

The region’s first center focused on health and healing after COVID-19.

COVID Recovery CenterConnecticut was one of the hardest-hit states early in the pandemic. And as the number of recovered COVID-19 patients continues to grow, we see many patients looking for guidance and help as they continue to have symptoms such as fatigue, cough, shortness of breath, confusion, depression and memory issues, among others. These symptoms can be debilitating, often preventing people from returning back to their pre-COVID work and physical activity routines. Hartford HealthCare is here to help you live your healthiest life.

We have brought together the best specialists from across the system to help.    

Hartford HealthCare treated thousands of COVID patients. We know many continue to face lingering side effects, and we will help patients get the care they need to better recover from the illness.

Hartford HealthCare’s COVID Recovery Center is organized around YOU. If you are experiencing side effects such as lung, heart and behavioral health complications, we can help.

If you or a loved one needs help after recovering from COVID-19, call 860.827.3200 to schedule a virtual or in person appointment.

What we offer:

  • We have a multidisciplinary approach to take care of your illness and put you on the path of recovery.
  • We will use our resources to provide the best possible outpatient care.
  • We will offer diagnostics and medical treatment, as well as therapy and support groups.

Long-term COVID-19 symptoms can include:

  • Muscle weakness
  • Difficulty breathing, speaking or swallowing, possibly resulting from heart or lung problems
  • Fatigue
  • Balance issues
  • Weakness or numbness in your arms and legs, or severe muscle pains
  • Difficulty walking or balancing
  • Pain
  • Headache
  • Trouble with thinking and memory
  • Stroke
  • Mood changes or mental health issues including post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Passing out (syncope)
  • Abnormal heart rhythms, palpitations or arrhythmia 
  • Chest discomfort 

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