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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.
Across the entire Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system, our clinics and hospitals have been assisting with state-sponsored vaccination efforts. We have
- staffed vaccination sites, including the “super sites” at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon
- partnered with local, public health networks to vaccinate essential workers, teachers, and child care providers
- and hosted clinics for health care workers and patients with special medical needs.
All New Hampshire residents aged 16 and older are eligible and can register for the vaccine through the state’s registration system.
COVID-19 vaccination clinics at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is working with the State of New Hampshire and the Upper Valley Public Health Network to host COVID-19 vaccination clinics for New Hampshire residents beginning Saturday, April 10.
- Clinics will be held on Saturdays in DHMC's Auditoria A-D.
- Appointments are required.
- A limited number of appointments for a drive-thru clinic will also be available Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, at DHMC’s Colburn Hill lot on Mt. Support Road. Appointments for the drive-thru clinic are available beginning April 12.
All patients and community members must schedule their vaccination appointment using the state’s registration system.
If you have questions or need help registering, please call 211.
Vaccinations for non-residents
Beginning April 19: out of state college students, people with vacation homes, and people visiting the state can also register for vaccinations in New Hampshire. Anyone who wishes to schedule a vaccine appointment will still need to register through the state's registration system.
While we would like to vaccinate all our patients, due to NH State allocation requirements, we are unable to vaccinate residents from other states at this time. There are no exceptions for patients who receive their health care in New Hampshire but live in other states. Please visit the information website for your state of residence for the most up-to-date information about vaccinations.