ACHS is still here, open and seeing patients for your health care needs, however some things - such as the
where we see you - have changed, due the COVID19 pandemic. Just like you, we are adapting to working within this new environment. What hasn't changed? Our commitment to providing you with the best quality care.
Here's what you need to know!
We are still seeing patients for the following:
- COVID19 & COVID-LIKE SYMPTOMS Fever, shortness of breath, cough? Call us.
- NON-COVID19 Urgent - Strep throat, UTI,
ear infection, etc.
- CHILD VISITS & IMMUNIZATIONS - Infant and child care is still safe and important.
- CHRONIC CARE NEEDS - Management of your Diabetes, COPD, High blood pressure.
- PRESCRIPTION REFILLS - Worried about running out? Have questions?
- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES - ,Stressed? Meet virtually with a BH counselor.
- EMERGENCY DENTAL - In pain, please give us a call.
Depending on your health care needs, we may see you in the
office, in your
car, in our
observation tents, or virtually via
telehealth or the
phone. Regardless of what care you need, you must
FIRST, as we are triaging patients before they come in to help prevent community transmission.
Who gets tested?
ACHS is testing for COVID19 in patients who fit the recommendations issued by the New Hampshire Department of Public Health. Our primary care provider will assess your symptoms and make a recommendation for testing if needed. It is important to answer questions honestly. Current testing results are not immediate and may take several days or longer. This is a rapidly changing situation which we are monitoring closely. Recommendations and protocols for testing, when to be evaluated, and when to self-quarantine are likely to change.
To stay up to date on the COVID19 situation and the latest information from the CDC, please
If you have additional questions related to COVID19, please call 2-1-1.