Lamprey Health Care is a non-profit organization, and we rely on the generosity of everyday people like you to help us achieve our mission. To contribute, you may donate online or mail your contribution using a donation form. For more information on current fundraising initiatives, visit our donor page.

Lamprey Health Care is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All gifts are tax-deductible within the limitations of federal income tax law. We will send all gifts an acknowledgment for tax purposes.


Volunteers play a vital role in the success of our mission: delivering primary care and health-related services to all individuals regardless of their ability to pay.

Board of Directors

We are governed by a community-based Board of Directors comprised of patients and local citizens who are dedicated to community health and wellbeing. The Board of Directors meets monthly and is responsible for guiding the agency in overall fiscal, legal, and policy issues. For the current Board of Directors opportunities, please contact Anita Rozeff at (603) 292-7210.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteer opportunities at our agencies are suspended.

Annual Report

Each year Lamprey Health Care compiles an Annual Report to give an overview of everything the health center has accomplished in the past year. We invite you to take a look at the success of our center’s over the past year.  And please feel free to send us any feedback on how we can continue to improve our services and strengthen our mission to provide excellent primary care to all.

Our Funding Sources

We receive funding from a variety of sources, including Federal, State, and Local government grants, private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, patient fees, private foundations, and donations from businesses and individuals.

  • US Public Health Service HRSA
  • Public Health Services Division, NH DHHS
  • Long Term Supports and Services Division, NH DHHS
  • Aeronautics, Rail and Transit Division, NH DOT
  • NH IDN, Seacoast and Strafford County
  • NH IDN, Greater Nashua
  • Bi-State Primary Care Association
  • Dartmouth College
  • Exeter Health Resources
  • Endowment for Health
  • HUB International
  • Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank
  • NH Charitable Foundation
  • City of Nashua, Citizen’s Advisory Commission
  • Nashua Rotary West
  • Reach Out and Read National Center
  • Northeast Delta Dental
  • Private Foundations
  • Area churches, clubs, and businesses
  • Individual donations

The following Cities and Towns:

Atkinson, Auburn, Barrington, Brentwood, Brookline Candia, Danville, Deerfield, Durham, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Greenville, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Hollis, Kingston, Lee, Merrimack, Newfields, Newmarket, Newton, North Hampton, Northwood, Nottingham, Plaistow, Raymond, Sandown, Seabrook, Stratham, and Wilton

Community Benefit Report

Each year the state of NH requires non-profit health agencies to report the dollar value of unreimbursed health services. An unreimbursed health service is a service that is not paid for directly by patients or insurance companies. To be included in this, the service must provide value to the community or meet a community need. This can include services such as transportation, interpretation, or educational programs.

In 2020, Lamprey Health Care reported over thirteen million dollars in total community benefits. This figure includes leveraged revenue, which is funding received through grants.

Community Needs Assessment

The IRS requires tax-exempt “hospital organizations” to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment at least once every three taxable years. The report and its findings are specific to the hospital’s geographic service area.

The purpose of the Community Health Needs Assessment is to identify and assess the significant health needs of the communities served by the hospital. The assessment also serves to prioritize those health needs and identify potential measures and resources available to address the health needs.

Below you will find links to the Community Health Needs Assessments conducted by the hospitals in our service area. These reports assist Lamprey Health Care as we determine the programs and services that can best serve our communities.

Nashua Area 2020 Community Needs Assessment

Exeter Area 2019 Community Needs Assessment        

Nashua Area 2017 Community Needs Assessment

Exeter Area 2016 Community Needs Assessment