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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 - Sunday: CLOSED

Reopening in 2024!

McGregor Entrance

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

ProHealth Entrance

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 95.7 WZID (radio) and WMUR Channel 9 (television), including the WMUR website. We also announce closures and delays on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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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


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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