We provide primary care to men and women, children, and adults. Our team of health care professionals is qualified to care for you through all the stages of your life.
Primary care services include:
- Preventative care
- Immunization & vaccination
- Acute Care and same-day sick visits
- Chronic care management, such as diabetes, heart disease & asthma
- Health education
- Social services
- Case management
- Specialty referrals
We offer a wide range of health services for the wellbeing of your child in a warm, welcoming environment.
Pediatric and adolescent services include:
- Routine Well Child Visits
- Immunizations and Vaccinations
- Same-Day Sick Visits
- Asthma and Diabetes Care Management
- Nutrition Education
- Physicals for Sports, Camps & Schools
- Early Childhood Development Screenings
- Reach Out and Read Early Literacy Program
Baby Steps, An Early Childhood Development Program
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 can provide information and referrals to community-based resources and interventions that will meet the child and family’s needs.
Getting your flu shot is always essential, but in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s even more important to do everything possible to reduce illnesses. Every year, millions of people get the flu resulting in thousands of hospitalizations and deaths. Children, the elderly, pregnant women, and those with chronic medical conditions are most at risk; getting your flu shot is critical to preserving scarce health care resources.
The most important thing you can do is to get the annual flu vaccine.
How to get your flu shot
Getting your flu shot just got easier. We are now offering FREE adult drive-up flu shots at our Newmarket and Raymond Centers. We’re also offering FREE Community Flu Clinics at surrounding locations. For a full listing of dates and locations, check out our “FREE Adult Drive-Up Flu Shot & Community Clinic” in the section below.
You can also always call any of our centers to make an appointment to get your vaccination.
Flu shots are now available.
Unsure about the flu vaccine?
There’s a lot of confusing and inaccurate information about the influenza vaccine. Learn the facts about flu vaccines from Dr. Nagaraj’s previous blog post or another trusted source, such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
What else can I do?
Other simple preventative actions you can take:
- Stay away from those who are sick
- Wash your hands frequently
- Cover coughs and sneezes with your arm or elbow, not your hand
- Wear your mask in public places
- Practice social distancing
Flu vs. COVID-19
Both COVID-19 and flu can have similar signs and symptoms, ranging from no symptoms (asymptomatic) to severe symptoms. Check out how the CDC show similarities and differences between the two. When in doubt, always call your Primary Care Provider.
We are now offering FREE drive up adult flu shots. We know life can be busy, so stress less, come to one of our scheduled dates and never have to leave your car.
That’s a wrap! With colder weather ahead, we will be providing flu shots by appointment only.
We provided 272 flu shots in Newmarket and 95 flu shots in Raymond through the drive-up clinic and we provided 70 flu shots off-site in our Community Clinics.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our first FREE Drive-up adult flu shot and Community Clinics.
If you still need your flu shot, there’s still time! Call our office to schedule yours today.
Remember to wear your masks!
The majority of our Nashua Center staff speaks more than one language, with nearly half of our staff being fluent in Spanish 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 access to an interpreter who speaks your language, we can utilize a Language Line interpretation service to assist with your visit.