Generations receives recognition and certification as a Patient Centered Medical Home.  This team-oriented approach to care allows patients to have a medical home with increased access and quality.


Generations starts its 340b program to partner with local pharmacies to offer reduced prescription costs for uninsured patients.


Generations initiates Saturday hours to increase access to care for patients.

The newly formed Fundraising Committee began a fundraising campaign in January 2017 to raise funds to support uninsured/underinsured Diabetic patients. These funds were used to purchase diabetes testing supplies and pay for specialist appointments for foot and eye care.

In the summer of 2017, Generations held an event to honor state Senator Edith Prague, who was one of its founding Board members. The Willimantic conference room was renamed and dedicated as the Edith Prague Community Room.

The Joint Commission - National Quality Approval
Healthy Kids Make Better Learning - Connecticut Association of School Based Health Centers.
Patient Centered Medical Home Recognized Practice. NCQA Logo.