The majority of our Nashua Center staff speaks more than one language, with nearly half of our staff being fluent in Spanish and/or Portuguese. Staff is available through all aspects of your visit to help you communicate with your health care team and make you feel comfortable about your medical care.
To help with languages other than Spanish and Portuguese, we offer free onsite language interpretation by a professional interpreter. To ensure that your language needs are met, please let us know when you make your appointment that you require language services. This way we can be sure someone is available to interpret at the time of your visit.
If we don’t have an access to an interpreter who speaks your language we are able to utilize a Language Line interpretation service to assist with your visit.
Language will not be a barrier to your health care at Lamprey Health Care.
Whether you have asthma, diabetes or high blood pressure, our clinical team works hard to help you manage your condition for healthy results. Our doctors work as a team with our nurse practitioners, nurses and community health workers to ensure that you get excellent care management.
Our team of nurses can provide specialized education to assist in dealing with your chronic disease condition. Services include:
- Education classes and workshops such as Better Choices, Better Health
- Nutrition counseling
- Developing individualized self-management goals
- Specific education about your disease to help you reach your goals and decrease the progression of your condition
To help our communities maintain healthy lifestyles, we offer a wide range of programs that focus on the importance of healthy foods and exercise. Our diabetes education program includes a nutrition component while parents learn at each well child check about the importance of nutrition in childhood development. Nutritional counseling is available for patients who want to make changes to their diets. We encourage all patients to discuss any concerns regarding their nutrition with their health care provider. We can be an important ally in your goal to eat healthier.
For additional information on healthy eating you can visit the Foundation for Healthy Communities to learn about their 5-2-1-0 program. You can also visit the HEAL NH to learn about community wide programs aimed at raising awareness of the rising obesity epidemic.
Lamprey Health Care’s School-Based Dental Program visits area elementary schools, providing oral hygiene instruction to children in the community. Services provided by the program include:
- nutritional counseling
- dental hygiene education
- preventive care tips for kids and teachers
- oral screenings
- fluoride rinses
- sealants (if necessary)
Our School-Based Dental Program provides dental education and oral health services to schools in the towns of:
The School-Based Dental Program provides children who do not have a regular dentist with referrals to participating area dentists, so that the children gain access to a dental home. For additional information on our School-Based Dental Program please contact Bonnie Greaney at (603) 895-3351, ext. 7340.
Tots & Teeth is a monthly dental screening and infant oral health exams for children ages 1 to 3 years old.
During your child’s visit our dental hygienist will:
- Provide an oral health screening
- Provide a cavity risk assessment
- Review healthy nutrition for oral health
- Fluoride varnish treatment available
- Review proper dental care techniques for your child
For more information about this program or to schedule an appointment our Dental Program Coordinator at (603) 895-3351 ext. 7340.
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Teens can walk in on Wednesday afternoons to our friendly Teen to Teen Clinic for reproductive health education and care. Teens age 14-19 can get:
- reproductive health exams
- testing and counseling
- reproductive health information
The Teen-to-Teen Clinic also offers outreach sexuality education to both young people and adults. Some of the topics covered in these sessions include:
- adolescent sexual development
- child development
- pregnancy prevention
- preventing STDs/HIV
- positive communication
- drug prevention
- substance abuse and its effects on parenting
- parenting skills
- how to talk to your child/parent about sexuality
The Teen Clinic is open every Wednesday from 2:30pm – 5:30pm at the Nashua Center.
No Appointments Needed!
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Our Senior Transportation Program provides transportation services to the elderly and disabled residents of Rockingham County and parts of Strafford County. Vans are handicap accessible, and provide door to door service for the convenience of the riders.
Transportation services include trips to:
- grocery stores
- shopping trips to the local malls
- recreational trips for social outings
- medical appointments such as rides to hospitals, labs and doctors’ offices
To schedule a ride with Lamprey Health Care’s Senior Transportation Program residents in Rockingham County and parts of Strafford County should call (603) 659-2424.
Lamprey Health Care is able to utilize taxi vouchers to address the transportation needs of our prenatal patients to the Nashua Center. We are also able to provide transportation services to patients under the age of 2, to ensure an appointment is never missed.
If you are struggling with transportation issues and are a patient of the Nashua Center please call our office and ask to speak with a Care Coordinator.
We offer early childhood development screenings at well child visits through the Baby Steps Program. The goal of the Baby Steps Program is to identify potential childhood development and behavioral issues and provide families with the resources needed to allow children to realize their potential.
Development screening tools are available for children, birth through entry into school.
Assessment includes the areas of:
- infant mental health
- parent/child relationships
- educational readiness
- early literacy
Children identified with development challenges receive targeted follow up by our team of medical providers. Additionally, we are able to provide information and referrals to community based resources and interventions that will meet the child and family’s needs.