Mobile Care Partners Of Connecticut

Dr. Lindsey Maloney, DNP

The mission of Mobile Care Partners of Connecticut is to cultivate and sustain a healthy community by providing primary care outside of the traditional office setting and delivering these services directly to patient's homes. We aim to improve and maintain positive outcomes for Litchfield County residents by providing equal accessibility to quality care.

Primary Care Conveniently Brought to Your Home

In Home:

Who We Are

Mobile Care Partners of Connecticut was developed by Leonardo Ghio and Dr. Lindsey Maloney in an effort to meet the growing health care needs of the community and the changing health care industry. Our organization provides acute and chronic medical care for adults 18+ in the comfort of their homes. We aim to increase access to quality health care for a variety of patients, ranging from healthy Millennials, to busy working professionals and high risk or disabled adults. From complex medical needs to a simple flu shot, Dr. Lindsey Maloney is well practiced in all facets of family medicine.

Call (860) 419-5925 to schedule a home visit from Dr. Lindsey Maloney.


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Service Area

Proudly serving Litchfield County.

Contact Us

Dr. Lindsey Maloney, DNP
Mobile Care Partners Of Connecticut

Phone:
(860) 419-5925

PO Box 960 | Bantam, CT 06750

Email: info.mcpofct@gmail.com
Web: mcpct.com

About Lindsey Maloney, DNP

Dr. Lindsey Maloney is a Litchfield county native and began her healthcare journey as a CNA in the nursing home setting. She practiced as a Registered Nurse in the home care and hospital setting for 6 years before becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Her career as a Nurse Practitioner has been spent in a community health center providing acute and chronic care to high-risk patients with multiple, poorly managed health conditions facing multiple socioeconomic barriers. She received structured infectious disease training, expanding her primary care services to include HIV, tuberculosis, STIs, and hepatitis.

She also has a special interest in the LGBTQ+ community and is known for her sexually competent care, including hormone replacement. Outside of work, she is a board member of the Queer Equality & Empowerment Strategic Task Force and Healing Hearts with Open Hands local organizations. ​

She enjoys traveling, reading crime documentaries, kickboxing, and spending time with her dog, Cloud. She is bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish. ​

Education and training:

RN, BSN Western Connecticut State University 2010

DNP, APRN, FNP-BC Quinnipiac University 2016