Amoskeag Health is now administering the COVID-19 vaccine through special clinics.
See below for registration details, help finding the clinic, and frequently asked questions.
Now Offering Pfizer and Vaccinating Patients 12 Years of Age and Older!
How Do I Receive My COVID-19 Vaccine through Amoskeag Health?
To register, please call the COVID Vaccine Department at 603-935-5300. If you prefer to register online, you can email Vaccineinfo@AmoskeagHealth.org with your name and phone number. A member of the clinic will call you back to schedule an appointment.
Manchester, NH 03101
(When using a GPS, please enter “89 Dow Street.”)
Monday (8 AM – 7 PM)
Tuesday (8 AM – 7 PM)
Wednesday (8 AM – 4 PM)
Thursday (8 AM – 7 PM)
Friday (8 AM – 4 PM)
Saturday (8 AM – 11 AM)
Located in the FitLab Fitness Center Parking Lot.
When using a GPS, type in “89 Dow Street” to bring you to FitLab fitness center. Once you pull into the parking lot, continue driving along the left side of the brick building until you see Amoskeag Health signs.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Vaccine Clinics
How old do I have to be to get vaccinated?
We can vaccinate patients aged 12 or older.
How long do the appointments take?
Please prepare to be at the clinic for a minimum of 20-40 minutes. You will be required to stay for a 15-30 minute observation period post-vaccination.
What if I need to reschedule my appointment?
Please call the COVID vaccine department at 603-935-5300.
Where do I park?
The clinic is located at 801-805 Canal Street. (When using a GPS, enter “89 Dow Street”). When you enter the FitLab parking lot, stay to the left until you see Amoskeag Health signs and park in front of the Amoskeag Health Vaccine Clinic.
Are masks required?
Masks are required for the duration of the appointment. Please notify the vaccine department when scheduling if you are unable to wear a mask.
Are there public transportation stops near clinic?
Yes, there are Green DASH stops at the following locations:
- Hollis Street
- Corner of Elm and Hollis Street
- Corner of Elm and Dow Street
Can I bring my spouse or family member who is not an Amoskeag Health patient to get vaccinated?
Yes, please notify the vaccine department staff when you are scheduling your appointment.
Can I bring someone with me for assistance?
Yes, you may bring one person to the appointment with you for assistance. After your vaccine, they may be asked to wait outside of the observation room to keep enough space between people.
Patients may still register through the state of New Hampshire
Learn More About the Vaccines
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The CDC has produced detailed fact sheets about the vaccinations. Simply click or tap to download.
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Reflections: How COVID-19 Changed Our Lives – Maribel Ovalle
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Frequently Asked Questions in ASL
Dr. Fauci explains how vaccines are developed.
COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions
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Additional Vaccination Resources
- Pregnancy and COVID-19 Vaccines: A Hopeful Promise of Protection for Mothers and Newborns
- COVID-19 Resources for People with Disabilities
- COVID-19 Resources for Organizations Working with Persons Who Use Drugs or Have Substance Use Disorder
- COVID-19 Resources for Homeless Populations
- COVID-19 Resources for Community-Dwelling Older Adults
Here are 6 things you need to know about the new COVID-19 Vaccination Program and COVID-19 vaccines.
1. The safety of COVID-19 vaccines is a top priority. The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible.
COVID Vaccine Question & Answer
How do we really know if COVID-19 vaccines are safe?
- COVID-19 vaccines were tested in large clinical trials to make sure they meet safety standards. Many people were recruited to participate in these trials to see how the vaccines offers protection to people of different ages, races, and ethnicities, as well as those with different medical conditions.
Is the vaccine that helpful? I heard getting COVID-19 gives you better and longer immunity than the protection a vaccine can give. Can it actually make my illness worse if I do end up getting COVID-19?
- Both this disease and the vaccine are new. We don’t know how long protection lasts for those who get infected or those who are vaccinated. What we do know is that COVID-19 has caused very serious illness and death for a lot of people. If you get COVID-19, you also risk giving it to loved ones who may get very sick. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a safer choice.
How much will the shot hurt? Can it cause you to get very sick?
- Most people do not have serious problems after being vaccinated. We will understand more about mild side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine before we start to use it. However, your arm may be sore, red, or warm to the touch. These symptoms usually go away on their own within a week. Some people report getting a headache or fever when getting a vaccine. These side effects are a sign that your immune system is doing exactly what it is supposed to do. It is working and building up protection to disease.
How do we know that these vaccines are safe when they are so new? Couldn’t they cause problems that we don’t know about yet? What about long-term problems?
- COVID-19 vaccines are being tested in large clinical trials to assess their safety. However, it does take time, and more people getting vaccinated before we learn about very rare or long-term side effects. That is why safety monitoring will continue. CDC has an independent group of experts that reviews all the safety data as it comes in and provides regular safety updates. If a safety issue is detected, immediate action will take place to determine if the issue is related to the COVID-19 vaccine and determine the best course of action.
How many shots am I going to need?
- Nearly all COVID-19 vaccines being studied in the United States require two shots. The first shot starts building protection, but everyone has to come back a few weeks later for the second one to get the most protection the vaccine can offer.
If you have additional questions, please reference Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination for regularly updated answers to common questions.