Our clinical staff 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
- Problems of normal health and development
- Reproductive health, including menstruation, contraception and pregnancy
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Acute illnesses and injuries
- Routine care of chronic illnesses, such as asthma, ADHD, evaluation and management of mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety and family issues.
Primary care is provided at the Yale-New Haven Hospital's Primary Care Center's Adolescent Clinic, and three school based clinics.
- Hamden High School
- Hillhouse High School, under the director of Sarah Vaughn, APRN
- Hill Regional Career High School, under the direction of Alison Moriarty-Daley, APRN
Specialty Care includes assessment & 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 - Also 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.