May 2023

Congratulations to Kameo Chasse, winner of the Young Professional of the Year Award from the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce at its Eminence Awards luncheon.
Poison ivy is a common plant that causes an itchy, blistering rash when a person comes in contact with the oil on the leaves, stem, or root of poison ivy, oak, or sumac.
5/31/2023 by Shannon Delaney, PA, Immediate Care
Sunny days inspire outdoor activities. Whether enjoying a quiet day by the pool, a trip to the beach, or a hike through the forest, use these tips to stay safe this summer. Don’t let your fun in the sun land you at Immediate Care!

It is my honor to announce that National Nurses Week is this week, through May 12th, which is the birth date of Florence Nightingale. Each year, Nurses Week provides us with the opportunity to remember the incredible impact our nurses have on our staff, our patients, and the community.


We are pleased to celebrate National Hospital Week from May 7 – 13. This is another chance for us to stop and recognize how our Southern NH Medical Center staff and providers make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals in our communities. 
Tick bites can be a serious health hazard, particularly in New England where ticks are abundant and can bite any time the temperature is above freezing. These tiny arachnids often carry pathogens that can spread to humans and pets, causing serious conditions including Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, Powassan virus, and rarely, Rocky Mountain spotted fever or other Rickettsial illnesses.
5/5/2023 by Renee Broze, APRN, Immediate Care
A stroke occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted by either a blockage or ruptured blood vessel. In either case, parts of the brain may become damaged, causing disability or death.