It's Time. Live Healthy.

Find the care you need at Southern.

As more people get vaccinated and the number of new COVID-19 cases continues to go down, we are filled with hope for the future.
It’s time to be your healthiest you – and at Southern New Hampshire Health, our commitment to helping you get there has never been stronger.
Our top priority is – and always will be - safely caring for patients, including providing innovative ways to diagnose and treat chronic illness and disease and offering the personalized care you need to stay healthy.


Live Confidently.

Confidence is knowing you are doing everything possible to live your healthiest – including scheduling important preventive care visits and screenings, such as:
  • Annual Physicals & Well Child Visits - Our network of primary care practices – including family and internal medicine, pediatrics, and women’s health – is ready to meet all your family’s needs, from preventive care to managing chronic conditions.
  • Colonoscopy - Nearly 80 percent of all colorectal cancer can be prevented with this lifesaving screening beginning at age 50. Schedule Your Colonoscopy Today.
  • Mammography - Women should talk to their doctor about scheduling mammograms after age 40 to help detect breast cancer at its earliest stages. The deNicola Breast Health Center is your go-to for breast care, offering the latest technology and expert team. Call (603) 577-2665 to schedule your mammogram today.

Reach out to your primary care provider to make sure you are on track with your preventive care.

Live Healthy – We can help you feel your best.

Delaying care for chronic conditions – like diabetes and heart disease – can have a lasting impact. Don’t let your overall health take a backseat to COVID-19. Talk to your provider’s office to make sure your chronic conditions are well managed, so you can live life to its fullest.       >> See our full list of specialties

Your Safety is Our Priority.

Our providers have well-established protocols in place to keep your safe during your visit – and many have virtual or telemedicine options as well.  

      >> Learn more about Telemedicine at Southern New Hampshire Health.

When you visit us in person, rest assured we are always committed to offering a safe environment for your care. In addition to our routine cleaning and hand hygiene practices, you may find the following safety precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

  • Masking requirements for patients and staff

  • Temperature checks

  • Modified check-in processes and waiting areas to allow for social distancing.

 If you have questions about what we are doing to create a safe environment, please do not hesitate to contact your provider’s office. We are here for you!