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Clinics in Rockingham County North Carolina.

Medical care can be offered for low cost or free to uninsured and low income Rockingham County New Hampshire families. Most of the clinics noted below have sliding fee scales in place, meaning that a patient will need to pay what they can afford towards their medical and hospital bills.

Most of the health care centers in the Rockingham County area take the so called family practice approach to medical care. This in effect means that they in effect focus on health education, prevention and the health and well being of the entire family or patient as a whole.

While the exact type of services offered by clinic will vary, in general families can have access to primary and/or specialty health care, behavioral health support, prescription medication when ordered in network, free or reduced priced dental care and case management. Staff are usually available to assist families and pregnant women with applications for Medicaid for pregnant women or NH Healthy Kids as well. Services are generally available for clients only or people who sign up at the clinic.

One of the key advantages to working with a clinic is most locations can help people gain access to prescription assistance programs through the both local and national pharmaceutical companies. Most drug companies will provide the low income or uninsured with free, brand name, long-term medication to the patient's physician at little or no cost to the patient.

Greater Derry Community Health Services
Location is 14 Tsienneto Road, Ste. 301
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Dial (603) 425-2545 to reach administrative services
A number of medical programs are run, and some use a sliding fee scale. This means that potential patients will only need to pay what they can afford to for their medical bills.





Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
Location is 4 Birch Street
Derry, NH 03038
Dial (603) 434-1354 for service or intake or call toll free (800) 230-7526

Exeter Hospital Core Physicians
Location is 7 Holland Way
Exeter, NH 03833
A number of doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals (such who volunteers) focus on providing family  medical care.

Exeter location of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
108 High Street
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Call (603) 772-9315
Call help pregnant women, newborns, babies, and offer advice and support.

Newmarket - Lamprey Health Care
207 South Main Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Dial (603) 659-3106 for an appointment.
Primary health care, medical services, and information on dental care if available. Some of the services may offer a sliding fee scale. This center may also have information on free or low cost prescription medications that can help people save money on medical bills.

Families First Health And Support Center
100 Campus Drive, Ste. 12
Community Campus
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Dial (603) 422-8208 ext. 1 for Administrative Health Center
Free or low cost medical car may be offered for families and individuals who are struggling with paying their bills, or who lack health or dental insurance.

Martins Point - Portsmouth Health Care Center
Address of health center - 161 Corporate Drive, which is at the Pease International Tradeport
Portsmouth, NH 03801

Lamprey Health Care – Raymond clinic
128 Route 27
Raymond, New Hampshire 03077
Phone number - (603) 895-3351
This clinic can help those who are at most risk, including uninsured and low income.




By Jon McNamara

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