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Healthcare2U Expanding in Connecticut — Company Adds Urgent Care, Primary Care Clinics

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AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Connecticut businesses and consumers will be able to access urgent care and primary care in the evenings and on weekends through Healthcare2U.

Healthcare2U, in an ongoing effort to provide convenient, affordable health care, is expanding in the Connecticut market. The company has added five clinics to the fast-growing Heatlhcare2U Private Physician Network (PPN) of more than 70 affiliated clinics providing medical care, wellness and chronic disease management.

203 Urgent Care clinics in Norwalk, Stratford, Southington and Waterbury, Connecticut, began seeing Healthcare2U patients on January 1.

“We see patients 365 days a year to make sure people can receive medical attention when they need it,” said Dr. Sanjay Aggarwal, medical director for 203 Urgent Care. “From the flu and colds to allergies and other issues, our clinics are ready to treat most non-life-threatening ailments.”

Healthcare2U, with more than 70 clinics across the United States, operates one of the nation’s fastest-growing direct primary care networks.  The company works with health care brokers and businesses to provide a comprehensive suite of custom group health plans to help keep costs low while promoting healthy workforces.

Andy Bonner, president and CEO of Healthcare2U, said: “Our approach to primary care is to provide employers and patients options to access primary care as conveniently and cost-effectively as possible. The addition of these new Connecticut clinics will give our patients more options to see a doctor so medical issues get addressed before they become serious.”

Through Healthcare2U’s simple membership-based model, no insurance claims are filed for doctor visits against the company’s health plan. Employee members can access doctor appointments for a $10 visit fee along with telemedicine practitioners 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

In addition to its network of affiliated clinics, the company also delivers medical care through dedicated on-site employer based clinics and employer shared clinics.

A complete list of clinics can be found at

About Healthcare2U
Healthcare2U, headquartered in Austin, Texas, is a leader in delivering direct primary care, wellness and chronic disease management to employers of all sizes. Through a network of more than 70 clinics across the nation, Healthcare2U, is breaking down barriers to convenient access to quality medical care with a focus on promoting healthy living while preventing disease. For more information, visit

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