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

Subspecialty Care

We provide specialty care upon referral by primary care providers at Long Wharf (New Haven) and Norwalk.  In our specialty clinic, we provide assessment and treatment of the following:

  • Eating disorders (including anorexia nervosa, bulimia and obesity)
  • GYN disorders (including menstrual problems, amenorrhea, abnormal vaginal bleeding)
  • Mental health disorders (including depression, anxiety, family/behavioral problems, school problems, ADHD, post traumatic stress disorder)  

Dr. Sheryl Ryan sees adolescents and young adults at the Adolescent Comprehensive Care Clinic located at 1 Long Wharf, 3rd Floor, New Haven, CT. The clinic operates primarily as a referral and consultative clinic for complex medical problems, such as eating disorders, obesity, gynecologic problems, emotional/behavioral concerns, or complex diagnostic problems.