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We accept most insurance plans at Amoskeag Health. Many insurance companies make agreements with healthcare providers to offer lower rates to patients; this is called being "in-network." Please contact your administrator or insurance company to ensure that we are in-network with your health insurance plan.


At Amoskeag Health, we do our best to help patients understand the health insurance and assistance programs available to them.


Below, we have more information about our Sliding Fee Scale and Case Management support services. At the bottom of the page, you will find links to the Healthcare Marketplace and Medicaid. If you are having trouble signing up for either of these services, we can connect you with someone who can help.

At this time, we are unable to assist with Medicare applications for seniors. However, we highly recommend ServiceLink or you may call 211.

For more information about any of the services on this page, please contact us at 603-626-9500.

Do You Need Affordable Health Insurance?

Amoskeag Health offers services on a sliding fee scale that has five levels of adjusted fees based on patient household size and income. Uninsured or underinsured patients who qualify for the sliding fee scale will be issued a Medical Discount Card to receive a discount for services at all Amoskeag Health locations.

Sliding Fee Scale

Amoskeag Health offers assistance to eligible patients in accessing prescription medication. Refill Coordinators at Amoskeag Health manage patient prescription refills and enroll qualified patients who lack prescription drug coverage into medication assistance programs to help patients find the lowest cost for select medications.


Amoskeag Health Low-Cost Formulary: This program is available at the Walgreens locations in Manchester and Hooksett. Patients must have an Amoskeag Health discount card that is not expired that they MUST show to the pharmacist to confirm they are eligible for the Amoskeag Health Low-Cost Formulary. This program is limited to the medications listed on the formulary.

Low-Cost Prescription Program

At Amoskeag Health, we support your physical and mental health. We understand the challenges to navigate housing, medical insurance, and access to affordable food and services. That's why we have dedicated case managers who can help you.


If you qualify, case managers can help you access a variety of public benefits, including:


  • TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families: a time-limited program providing basic financial assistance to help families get back on their feet)

  • WIC (Women, Infants, and Children: a program that ensures proper nutrition for mothers and their children)

  • Food stamps

  • Medicaid

  • Unemployment

  • Social Security


Additionally, case managers can help patients apply for rental assistance or public housing/section 8 and connect them with NH Legal during any suspected housing discrimination. In many cases, they help patients navigate healthcare insurance through Medicaid and the Healthcare Marketplace.

All Amoskeag Health patients are able to connect with case management. To access these services, simply talk to your Primary Care Provider at your next appointment or call 603-626-9500.

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Government Assistance Programs
Government Health Insurance Resources
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