We are offering COVID 19 testing for first responders, health care workers in our service area, or patients who are symptomatic. The following process will allow us to collect the needed information so we can complete testing.
Please complete the New Patient Forms and return to us.
Send emails here for all locations.
Nashua: (603) 881-9914
Newmarket & Raymond: (603) 659-7291
Via Drop Off:
Nashua: 22 Prospect Street, Nashua, NH 03060
Newmarket: 207 South Main Street, Newmarket, NH 03857
Raymond: 128 Route 27, Raymond, NH 03077
Once we receive your paperwork, we will contact you to arrange for testing.
Two appointments will be scheduled:
- The first is a telehealth appointment with a medical provider. This appointment will be completed virtually and will be billed to your insurance.
- The second is the sample collection appointment. This appointment will be completed at one of our drive-through testing stations.
Every effort will be made to schedule both appointments on the same day.
We are here for you!
Whether you are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID 19 or any other health care issue, your medical home is here to care for you and your family. If you have symptoms associated with COVID 19, call us. Our medical team will determine if testing is appropriate.
Our Behavioral Health team is also available if you are experiencing increased anxiety or other mental health issues. Call your regular location of care to speak with your primary care provider team.
Nashua & InteGreat Health (603) 883-1626
Newmarket (603) 659-3106
Raymond (603) 895-3351
Access to primary care is essential at this time. We are still accepting patients for primary care. If you do not have a primary care provider, call any of our locations, and a Patient Service Representative will assist you.
Please let us know if you are currently experiencing symptoms of COVID 19, so we can determine if testing is appropriate.
Nashua area (603) 883-1626
Newmarket area (603) 659-3106
Raymond area (603) 895-3351
New patient forms, details on financial assistance programs, and other important information can be found in the Patient Resources section.
Who is considered at high-risk?
Those considered at high-risk include:
People age 65 and older
People who live in a nursing home or long term care facility
Other high-risk conditions could include:
- chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma,
- heart disease with complications,
- immunocompromised including cancer treatment,
- severe obesity (BMI greater than 40) or certain underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled, such as those with diabetes, renal failure, or liver disease might also be at risk
It is important to monitor pregnant women. Severe viral illness is a known risk factor for this group; however, to date, data on COVID-19 has not shown an increased risk for these patients.
If you are at higher risk of getting very sick from COVID-19, you should:
- Stay home, if possible.
- Wash your hands often.
- Avoid close contact (6 feet, which is about two arm lengths) with people who are sick.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched services.
- Avoid all cruise travel and non-essential air travel.
- Call your primary care provider if you have concerns about COVID-19 and your underlying condition or if you are sick.
For more information about patients at high-risk and special populations, such as pregnant women, visit the CDC’s website.
Not at high-risk?
Even if you are not at high-risk, there is still a role for you to play. You can support family, friends, and community members who are at high-risk. The CDC also provides information on key ways you can help community members who may be struggling.