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Bone & Joint Institute Ambulatory Building


Detailed list of services at this location

Finding Us

The Bone & Joint Institute Ambulatory Building is located on Seymour Street (enter from Retreat Avenue). The building is on the left (adjacent to the parking garage).

Parking

  • Ground lot in front of Ambulatory Services Building (looking at The Institute of Living)
  • Valet services – picked up at main entrance of the Bone & Joint Hospital Building, 32 Seymour
  • Parking - Employee Garage (first floor is reserved for patient and visitor parking)

Services by floor

1st Floor:
  • Orthopedic Associates of Hartford (physician offices, outpatient visits)

2nd Floor:

  • Dining Options:
    • Dining Cart (hot and cold food and drink)
  • Suite 201: Integrated Anesthesia Associates (Pain Center)
  • Suite 202: Center for Musculoskeletal Health Program Office
  • Suite 203: The Hand Center
  • Suite 204A: PREPARE Assessment Center
  • Suite 204B: Outpatient Imaging and Registration Services
  • Suite 204C: Ambulatory Specialty Outpatient Clinics
  • Suite 204D: Outpatient Specialty Services (MD offices)
  • Suite 205: Academic Rheumatology

    3rd Floor (Ambulatory Surgery Center):

    • Outpatient Surgery Registration
    • Three Operating Rooms, with the capacity to expand to 5
    • Two Procedure Rooms
    • Access via bridge to Bone and Joint Institute Hospital Building

    4th Floor (Conference and Meeting Rooms):

    • 80-person auditorium
    • Meeting rooms 1 & 2

    PREPARE Center

    We Ensure You’ll Be Ready for Your Orthopedic Surgery

    When orthopedic surgery is required, we get you physically and mentally ready through our PREPARE program (Procedure Related Education and Pre-Anesthesia Risk Evaluation). This special program educates you completely so you know what to expect at every step of your treatment. The PREPARE program is available in both our Farmington and Glastonbury locations, and includes a complete pre-operative medical risk assessment. Patients complete the program within 30 days of their procedure.

    First, a registered nurse contacts you by phone to ask about your medical history. Answers are confidential and will not be shared outside your healthcare team. You'll be asked things like:

    • Do you have a health diagnosis such as diabetes, heart disease, or high blood pressure?
    • Are you taking any medications?
    • How is your general health?
    • How well are you walking?

    Then, your 90-minute visit to a PREPARE Center is scheduled. Based on your medical history, you may also be advised to visit a specialist physician before your surgery. For example, if you have a cardiologist (heart doctor) or pulmonologist (lung doctor) that you see routinely, additional testing may be required.

    Learn more about the PREPARE Program

    Bone & Joint Institute