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Connecticut's Top Primary Care Doctors

High-Quality, Patient-Focused Care

At Collins Medical Associates 2, PC, we are the premier example of multi-speciality care led by a team of the most qualified, expertly-trained physicians and nurses. Our medical team has studied at the nation’s premier medical schools and facilities, including Harvard, Albert Einstein, and New York University. Each of our doctors is affiliated with Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, one of New England’s most comprehensive medical facilities.

The continuing mission at our practice is to spend ample time with each patient to understand their medical history, as well as their current lifestyle. We pride ourselves on emphasizing preventive care, an aspect of modern medicine that is often lacking in many medical practices. Your long-term health and wellbeing is of the utmost importance to us, and that’s why we make it a point to educate our patients about ways they can lead healthier lives. 

With 20 locations and 41 providers, access to a CMA 2 office is easy for those residing in Central Connecticut, or even other parts of the state. We believe everyone should have access to high-quality, patient-focused medical care, and that’s why we have expanded our presence and our number of specialities.


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Multiple Healthcare Specialties with Convenient Locations

In order to provide advanced medical care and enable our patients to stay within the Collins Medical Associates 2, PC family, we proudly offer treatment in seven different specialities:

  • Primary Care
  • Family Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • OB-GYN
  • Allergy
  • Aesthetics
  • Weight Loss

Patients at our practice are able to stay within the CMA 2 family for a wide variety of needs, from pediatrics to aesthetics to gynecological care. We value patient-focused, compassionate medicine that focuses on education and preventive care, so that no matter what type of medical treatment you need, you can count on us to provide it. If we decide it is best for you to see a specialist, you can trust us to make an appropriate referral that best suits your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Primary Care?

Primary care is the day-to-day care given by a physician to a patient throughout their lifetime. Although they act as the first contact, a primary care physician (PCP) will often collaborate with other health professionals and give referrals to specialists. 

What Qualities Are Important In A PCP?

Every primary care physician (PCP) should embody a number of characteristics that make them qualified to provide excellent care. At Collins Medical Associates 2, PC, we believe PCP’s should have:

  • An excellent education and high-level training
  • The ability to listen to a patient’s concerns
  • Empathy
  • A focus on preventive medicine

Our multispecialty team of physicians and nurses have all gone through rigorous training at some of the best medical schools in the nation, and truly care about helping the community achieve better health. 

How Often Should I Schedule Check-Ups?

This will depend on your age, as well as your risk for contracting certain diseases. As a general guideline for healthy adults, this schedule should be appropriate for most:

  • Age 19-21, get a check up once every 2-3 years.
  • Age 22-64, get a check up once every 1-3 years.
  • Age 65 or older, get a check once a year.

If you are feeling depressed, have questions about the medication you take, or want help losing weight, don’t hesitate to reach out to a PCP at CMA 2 and make an appointment. Our multispeciality providers can help you with a wide range of medical issues and health concerns. 

What’s The Difference Between Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Primary Care?

Doctors that practice family medicine, internal medicine and primary care medicine are different in terms of the age of the patients they care for. 

Family medicine physicians are both pediatricians and internal medicine doctors, caring for both children and adults. Internal medicine physicians care for adults only. Primary care physicians fall into either one of the above categories, or they can be pediatricians.