Accessable, Affordable, Quality Care

The right kind of care for your kind of family.

Looking for ways to keep your kids and family healthy? Trying to take better care of yourself? Searching for a medical team that understands your unique health needs as a senior? OPTIMUS is right here, in your community — and ready to help.

We can and will help you apply for Medicaid or Medicare, or we will work with you to develop a payment plan your family can afford. We also provide some services and programs for free or at much lower cost than other health care providers. Optimus also provides a 24-hour on call service for health care after normal clinic hours.

Medical care to meet family’s day-to-day healthcare needs.

Behavioral Health

Comprehensive, caring mental health assessments and interventions.

Primary Care

A full spectrum of healthcare services for children, adults and seniors.

Women’s Health

Comprehensive, patient-centered care focused on improving women’s health.

Need more information? Find your local care center.

Comprehensive dental services for all ages to keep you healthy and smiling.

Adult Dental

Care to improve and maintain the oral health of adults and seniors.

Pediatric Dental

Kid-friendly dental exams, care and education.

Need more information? Find your local care center.

Specialized care from specially trained doctors. Services differ by location.


Skilled, individualized treatments to relieve pain and stress, bring emotional ease, and support wellness

Asthma Care

Clinical attention and education on prevention and control of micro-environmental asthma triggers.


Hands on care for an array of musculoskeletal disorders including neck, low back pain and headaches.

General Surgery

A broad spectrum of surgical care and advanced surgical treatments.


Caring, sensitive, individualized healthcare for seniors.


Alternative medicine for holistic health.

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Comprehensive primary obstetrics and gynecological services.


High quality medical and surgical eye care to improve, preserve or restore vision.


Treatment in all areas of foot and ankle care, especially diabetic.

Need more information? Find your local care center.

Support to help you keep yourself and your family healthier.

Child Social Work

Certified social workers and counselors focused on improving the quality of life for your most precious assets.

Connecticut Wise Woman Program

Knowledge, skills and opportunities to improve diet, physical activity and other life habits to prevent, delay or control heart disease and other chronic conditions for low-income, underinsured or uninsured women aged 30 to 64 years.

Empowering Children & Families at Risk (ECAR)

Individual counseling and substance abuse relapse prevention services.

Grant-funded Programs

Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS); School-based trauma communication for youth Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV); Support for young and high-risk future mothers Nurturing My Baby; Parenthood support and information for young expectant mothers Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT); Substance abuse screening and intervention.

Health Education & Outreach

Tools, skills and events focused on learning how to prevent illnesses and disease.

Healthcare for the Homeless

Primary medical care on a walk-in basis.


Help with attaining free or low-cost health coverage for eligible adults and children up to age 21 without medical insurance.

Parental Social Work

Stress management, time management, pregnancy therapy and domestic violence counseling.

The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP)

Comprehensive health and social services for people living with HIV who are uninsured or underinsured.

WIC Program

Helping pregnant, breastfeeding or non-breastfeeding postpartum women; infants and children ages 1–5 who demonstrate a medical or nutrition risk, meet the income guidelines and live in Connecticut.

Need more information? Find your local care center.

Committed to Helping You

Our highly qualified providers and staff provide compassionate, culturally-competent care in multiple languages — English, Spanish and French Creole. They’re always willing to help you understand your healthcare needs and options.