The quaint New England state of New Hampshire is small, but it packs a big punch in terms of healthcare. Known for its tourism and its heavily wooded areas, these are the very things that cause trouble when it comes to accessing and affording adequate healthcare. They're also two of the reasons urgent care facilities are paramount.

Healthcare in New Hampshire

New Hampshire winters are cold and filled with snow. Older residents suffer from cardiac related problems while trying to keep warm or shovel snow, while the state's many hunters suffer everything from accidents to incidents of hypothermia in the cold. Summertime poses even more unique problems. The woods lead to issues with ticks and Lyme disease, mosquitoes and meningitis, and concerns ranging from heat rash to heat stroke. Beach side, varying degrees of sunburn are commonplace, especially among tourists, but those same visitors also risk getting stung by jellyfish, suffering cramps in the water, and countless other accidents.

Urgent Care in New Hampshire

New Hampshire relies on urgent care clinics, partly because of all its visitors. Tourists can't always get to a hospital, nor do they make plans to do so. Residents themselves depend on tourist dollars, and in the off-seasons they can't always afford expensive visits to the emergency room, or even focus on adequate primary care. As a result, they rely on the urgent care centers in large cities like Concord and Manchester.

Walk-In Clinics in New Hampshire

Being dependent on summer tourists, residents can't always take advantage of health systems such as Elliot, Garnet, and Granite. Because the cost of healthcare is greater than economic growth, many natives depend on walk-in clinics where the prices are much more affordable.

Specific urgent care and walk-in clinic services available in may include STD testing flu shots, school physicals and many other valuable services

Highest Rated Urgent Care Centers

Top Rated Urgent Care Centers in New Hampshire

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    Wentworth - Douglass Express Care in Dover

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    701 Central Ave Dover, NH 03820
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    Reviewed on Mar 2019

    I was so....so....sick with the flu! Dr. Robin was empathetic, able to listen to me with reguards to my complicated Med history, and his care was excellent! I highly recommend this care facility! Very professionally run facility! We are lucky to have such great care professionals!

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    ConvenientMD Urgent Care

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    3 Nashua Rd Bedford, NH 03110
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    Reviewed on Nov 2018

    So happy for the convenience of this location! I’ve been there several times. Everyone is incredibly friendly!! The wait time is extremely good! I’ve never waited longer than five minutes. The care given is exceptional!! A+ in every way!!

Cities in New Hampshire with Urgent Care

There are 88 cities in New Hampshire with at least 1 urgent care center.


Neighborhoods in New Hampshire with Urgent Care

There are 141 neighborhoods in New Hampshire with at least 1 urgent care center.


Zip Codes in New Hampshire with Urgent Care

There are 137 zip codes in New Hampshire with at least 1 urgent care center.

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