Partnership with Littleton Regional Healthcare brings new healthcare options to once-underserved areas
LINCOLN, NH — ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care announced that its newest walk-in clinic in Lincoln, NH is now open. The clinic, located at 33 Railroad Street in Lincoln, NH, is a joint venture with Littleton Regional Healthcare and will provide high-quality, convenient, and affordable urgent care, telemedicine, and occupational health services to New Hampshire’s White Mountains and surrounding communities.
“Healthcare options in this area were once limited. This partnership allows us to provide accessible, convenient care to residents and tourists of the Lincoln/Woodstock region and surrounding areas. Our providers are fully supported by the resources and specialties available at Littleton Regional Healthcare,” says ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care founder and CEO Marcus Hampers, MD.
The new urgent care clinic offers on-demand care for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries while reducing wait times and costs. Urgent care patients can easily get referrals for necessary follow-up care with one of the specialists at Littleton Regional Healthcare.
ClearChoiceMD can provide treatment for a wide range of ailments, such as sprains and strains, minor burns, coughs, sore throats, and flu-like symptoms. Additionally, the clinic offers COVID-19 testing, physicals, vaccinations, and occupational health services. The state-of-the-art facility also has on-site laboratory and x-ray services, as well as prescription medications patients can take home.
Robert Nutter, President & CEO at Littleton Regional Healthcare states, “We are very pleased to partner with ClearChoiceMD to bring high-quality and affordable healthcare to Lincoln and the surrounding area. Increasing access to healthcare is a vital part of our mission and we continue to seek opportunities to expand healthcare services to Lincoln and the surrounding area.”
The new co-branded clinic in Lincoln is open 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm. ClearChoiceMD is based in New London, New Hampshire, and currently operates 16 walk-in centers across the region.