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LOCATIONS & CONTACT

Hollis Street

Monday:  8 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday:  8 AM – 5 PM (virtual appointments 5-7 PM)
Wednesday:  8 AM – 5 PM (virtual appointments 5-7 PM)
Thursday:  8 AM – 7 PM
Friday:  8 AM – 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Hollis Street Entrance
The Dr. Selma Deitch Center for Children & Teens

Monday-Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Selma Deitch Entrance
Tarrytown Road

Monday - Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Tarry Town Road Entrance
McGregor Street

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday - Friday: By Appointment Only

Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

McGregor Entrance
ProHealth

Monday & Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: Every other Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

ProHealth Entrance
Dr. Kiprop

Need to talk to a doctor when we are closed? Please call 603-626-9500 to reach our answering service. We have a 24-hour on-call doctor who will return your call as soon as possible.

In cases of inclement weather, Amoskeag Health will announce all closures and delays on our website, WMUR Channel 9 (television), and the WMUR website. We also announce closures and delays on our Facebook page.

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CONTACT 
US

Mailing Address:
145 Hollis Street
Manchester, NH 03101


Main Phone: 603-626-9500
Fax Number: 833-448-1486
Human Resources Fax Number: 351-212-2431
New Patient Direct Line: 603-935-5336
Billing Number: 603-935-5205
Referral Department: 603-935-5385
Prior Authorization Department: 603-935-5225

WHO SHOULD I CALL?

Non-Life-Threatening Emergencies:
First, Call Amoskeag Health

For urgent and immediate care, first call Amoskeag Health at 603-626-9500. If it is after hours, leave a message with the answering service and a 24-hour on-call doctor will return your call as soon as possible.

Call Amoskeag Health if you have:

  • Cough, sore throat, stuffy nose, or minor fever

  • Minor headache

  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation

  • Skin rashes or minor burns

  • Mild asthma

  • Ear or sinus pain, congestion

  • Eye pain or irritation

  • Back or joint pain

  • Bumps, cuts, scrapes, strains

  • Difficulty sleeping or fatigue

  • Burning with urination

  • Possible sexually transmitted disease

  • Medication needs

By calling your Amoskeag Health Provider for medical needs that are non-life-threatening, you will avoid an expensive and unnecessary hospital visit.

Call Amoskeag Health
Call 911

Life-Threatening Emergencies:
Call 911 or go to the hospital

Unnecessary hospital visits or calling 911 wastes your time and money. Use the emergency room only in life-threatening situations or disabling conditions.

Call 911 or go to the hospital if you have:

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Possible broken bones

  • Chest pain or pressure

  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or severe headache

  • Sudden or severe pain

  • Severe reaction to an insect bite or medication (especially if having trouble breathing)

  • Bleeding that will not stop

  • Constant vomiting or diarrhea

  • Coughing or vomiting blood

  • Suicidal or homicidal thoughts

  • Loss of consciousness or head trauma

  • High fever or fever with convulsions

  • Poisoning (Call Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222)

  • Gunshot/stab wound

  • Active labor

If you or your child is experiencing any of these symptoms, call 911 or visit the hospital immediately.

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