Adolescent Medicine

The Division of Adolescent Medicine provides both primary care and consultative care to adolescents and young adults ages 13 to 24. The division provides outpatient specialty care, including eating disorders, contraceptive counseling, and management of menstrual disorders at Connecticut Children's satellite location at 505 Farmington Ave in Farmington. Division members also provide primary care services at CHC at Connecticut Children’s which include annual physical exams, mental health and substance abuse screening, reproductive health, and contraceptive counseling. During the required block rotation in the PL-2 year, residents work with adults and young adults in various settings, including the specialty clinic in Farmington, primary care at CHC at Connecticut Children’s, Hartford Job Corps, a private boarding school in CT, and the Adolescent Psychiatric Day Treatment program at the Institute of Living (IOL) in Hartford.

Adolescent Medicine Faculty

Alyssa Bennett, MD
Division Head, Adolescent Medicine
Assistant Professor

University of Connecticut Pediatric Residency Program, Connecticut Children's Medical Center.

Medical Education, 4H, 282 Washington Street, Hartford, CT 06106