Amoskeag Health

Amoskeag Health provides primary health care for:

  • pediatrics
  • adolescents
  • adults
  • elders
  • nutrition counseling
  • prenatal and birthing care
  • family support programs
  • behavioral and mental health services in a culturally sensitive setting

As a mission-driven non-profit, Amoskeag Health accepts most insurance and serves everyone regardless of ability to pay.

Amoskeag Health promotes wellness, provides exceptional care, and offers outstanding primary and preventive services so that patients achieve and maintain their best possible health.

Amoskeag Health delivers integrated care for:

  • physical, mental and behavioral health
  • taking an active role to change the outcome for substance misuse
  • teen health
  • geriatric chronic conditions
  • homebound patients
  • children exposed to trauma

Amoskeag Health administers NH’s state-wide Title V program to children aged birth to 21 years who have special needs with a chronic medical condition or disability.

We also operate a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program in combination with evidence-based therapy for the treatment of addiction.

Amoskeag Health removes the barriers to health care by addressing the whole patient and their social determinants of health – access to food, clothing, housing, and safety at school, home and workplace.

Amoskeag Health received the 2019 Health Center Quality Leader Award from the U.S. Human Resources and Services Administration. Amoskeag Health maintains recognition as a Patient Centered Medical Home organization.

Accepting new patients by calling 603-626-9500.

Hours of Operation
In-person appointments are available:
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Virtual appointments are available:
Monday – Saturday with some evening appointments.