Adolescent Medicine

The Adolescent Medicine section specializes in the subspecialty referrals and the care of young adults ages 12-21. Our faculty pediatricians see referred patients for consultation and evaluation at the Long Wharf (New Haven) and Norwalk clinic sites. Faculty also precept/supervise adolescents in the Primary Care Center at Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. 

Our clinical staff of physicians and advanced nurse practitioners provides both primary and referral/consultation care at a number of clinical sites in New Haven to adolescents and young adults, ages 11 to 22 years old.

Primary Care Clinic

We provide primary care services at the Yale-New Haven Hospital's Primary Care Center's Adolescent Clinic, and three school based clinics.  We provide care in the areas of:

  • Routine care of chronic illnesses, such as asthma, ADHD, evaluation and management of mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety and family issues.  
  • Problems of normal health and development
  • Reproductive health, including menstruation, contraception and pregnancy
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Acute illnesses and injuries

Our school based clinics include:

  • Hamden High School, under the direction of Heidi Levine-Wildstein, APRN
  • Hillhouse High School, under the direction of Sarah Vaughan, APRN
  • Hill Regional Career High School, under the direction of Alison Moriarty-Daley, APRN

Patient Information

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Our highly trained pediatricians and advanced practice registered nurses are experts at treating young adults between the ages of 11 and 21.