Registered as distribution site
Vaccine not yet received
Encouraged to register with state
Please note that we do not have the COVID-19 vaccine, but all of our healthcare workers have had the opportunity to register to get the vaccine.
Also, we have registered with the State of New Hampshire to be a distribution site to administer the vaccine to our current homebound patients. This will be for those who meet the criteria as established by the state, but have not yet received the vaccine.
Although we will not be providing vaccines to the general public, we encourage you to register with the state if you are over 65 as soon as possible (see vaccine links below). If you are under 65 and have medical conditions, contact your primary care provider.
For the latest information about the COVID-19 vaccine, dial 2-1-1 for the State Information Line. They can also help you register for the vaccine if you require assistance.
If you live in Maine, please note that Maine is currently in phase 1A of the vaccine distribution plan, which only allows healthcare workers to register. As soon as they open phase 1B, this will include residents over the age of 70.
We will continue to update our website as new information becomes available. In the meantime, you can visit CDC.gov for further details.
Click here for a letter to our patients (posted January 17, 2021)
Since March 2020, we have taken significant steps to ensure the health and well-being of our staff, patients, community members, and health care partners. Here are the many ways in which we have been keeping our staff and patients safe to minimize potential exposure to COVID-19.
We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation very closely, and we are pleased to share that as of January 2021 our staff are beginning to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Our thanks to everyone for taking significant steps to help stop the spread of COVID-19. We understand that the changes in our lives have been outside of our control, but our collective efforts and support of one another has helped us weather this health crisis. To learn more about the vaccine visit CDC.gov for further details.
According to CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield, “We are not defenseless against COVID-19. Cloth face coverings are one of the most powerful weapons we have to slow and stop the spread of the virus – particularly when used universally within a community setting. All Americans have a responsibility to protect themselves, their families, and their communities.”
Please see below for additional information and local resources. If you know of a resource that you would like us to add to our list, please email [email protected].
With an uptick in COVID infections in New Hampshire, it’s important that agencies and staff know which parts of the state may require a higher level of infection control during patient interactions.
The DHHS COVID Interactive Dashboard provides a wealth of data at https://www.nh.gov/covid19/dashboard/overview.htm, including case and testing numbers, trends, maps and school-related information.
The easiest way to schedule a COVID-19 test is via the NH state registration site. Click here to register for your test.
Remember to get your information from valid, reputable sources such as:
Shopping and Pharmacy – please note that store guidelines continue to evolve and change. Call or visit each store website for current information.