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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health is committed to helping support the state's vaccination plan to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible.
Positive cases and deaths are down. Mask mandates are lifted. Life almost feels back to "normal," but the COVID-19 pandemic isn't completely over just yet.
It's great news indeed that New Hampshire and Vermont have such high vaccination rates. More than 80 percent of Vermont residents have received at least one vaccination. In New Hampshire, more than 60 percent of residents are partially vaccinated.
While these numbers are encouraging, it's important to get them even higher, especially with the rise of COVID-19 variants such as the Delta variant, which is much more contagious and may cause more serious illness to those who are not yet vaccinated. In the past month, 99% of COVID-19 deaths in the US occurred in unvaccinated people.
Please help us to share the message with your family, friends, and others in your community that the COVID-19 vaccines will help to end the pandemic. Studies have shown that the currently available vaccines are safe and highly effective at preventing COVID-19 and serious illness and death from the virus. These vaccines also provide protection against COVID-19 variants. For those who are not yet vaccinated, COVID-19 still poses a very serious health risk.
Masks are still required at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH) facilities
Anyone entering any D-HH facility is still required to wear a mask. The new CDC masking recommendations for fully vaccinated people do not apply to health care settings. Many patients come to our hospital and clinics who have weakened immune systems and are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 disease. Please help protect our most vulnerable patients and our providers and staff by wearing a mask while you are inside any of our buildings.
Do you still need a COVID-19 vaccine?
You can also visit the Vaccines.gov website to find vaccination locations near you and their contact/appointment information.
COVID-19 vaccination clinics at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinics are available Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons from 12:00 to 3:00 pm at DHMC's Colburn Hill parking lot on Mt. Support Road.
- Patients can schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointment using their myD-H account.
- If you do not have a myD-H account, you can call 603-650-1818.
- Appointments are strongly encouraged; however, walk-ins will be accepted.
Please note that a parent or guardian must accompany anyone under the age of 18 to get the vaccine at DHMC.
If you have questions or need help registering, please call 211.
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Concord, Manchester, and Nashua
COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be held throughout the month of August at Dartmouth-Hitchcock practices in southern New Hampshire.
Patients schedule their vaccine directly using their myD-H account or call the number listed for each location below.
- D-H Concord
Fridays from 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Main floor – Pediatrics
- D-H Manchester
Tuesday afternoons from 3:00 to 5:00 pm
2nd-floor conference rooms (Founder Conference Room)
- D-H Nashua
Fridays from 1:00 to 4:30 pm
Lower level conference rooms
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination availability at other Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health facilities
- Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital
- Cheshire Medical Center
- Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center
- New London Hospital
- Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire
Please visit the information website for your state of residence for the most up-to-date information about receiving vaccinations close to home.
- State of Vermont vaccination information website
- State of Massachusetts vaccination information website
- CDC list of information websites for all states and territories
There's hope inside.
Inside every dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is an opportunity to get back to what we’ve missed. Now it’s time to roll up your sleeve and get vaccinated as soon as you can. With every appointment, every vial, every dose, we believe there’s hope inside.