DMC is not administering the COVID-19 vaccine at this time. Please click here for vaccine information.
DMC COVID-19 TESTING POLICY AS OF 1/14/21
Please note that COVID-19 testing is for established DMC patients only
1. Patients WITH SYMPTOMS (e.g. fever, cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, etc.) should call the office at 603-537-1300 to schedule a telehealth visit (by phone or video) with a provider. If your provider suspects COVID-19, we will set up an appointment for you to receive a drive-up rapid test at our outdoor location. Test results are typically provided within four hours.
2. Patients with NO SYMPTOMS who have had a high-risk exposure (e.g. someone in your household tested positive for COVID-19) AND are one or both of the following:
- an at risk individual (e.g. 65+, chronic disease, etc.)
- a risk to the community (e.g. healthcare worker, teacher, first responder, etc.)
Please call to schedule a telehealth appointment to discuss your risk factors. Your provider may recommend an appointment for a PCR test (also at our drive-up location) which currently takes approximately 3-5 days to receive test results.
3. Patients with NO SYMPTOMS who are not in one of the categories above but wish to be tested are encouraged to contact DMC for evaluation by a provider.
CLICK HERE to go to our COVID-19 Info Page
DMC Primary Care has been providing primary care for every member of the family – from newborns and children to adults and seniors – since 1964.
COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
DMC does not have any COVID-19 vaccine at this time and we are not administering any COVID-19 vaccines. Please do not contact your provider for vaccination information.
We will post any DMC vaccine updates HERE as they occur. Please check back often.
The State of New Hampshire has begun to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine. Supplies of vaccine are limited. DMC is working closely with New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NHDHHS) and we are routinely updated on the State’s vaccine distribution planning.
Here’s what we know today: