Employee Healthcare Right on Campus

November 10, 2015

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Employee Healthcare Right on Campus
Photo Courtesy of: UNH Health Services 

Don’t Give Up Your Parking Spot, Get Care on Campus!

Are you a UNH employee? Do you ever worry about having to miss time from work to attend medical appointments? Well, the UNH Employee Clinic might be just what you need.

In 2012, UNH opened an on-campus employee health clinic that is easily accessed by all UNH employees and dependents over the age of 18. The UNH Employee Clinic provides employee members with plenty of services right on campus specifically targeted at specific individual needs, some of which include:

  • Medical needs
  • Pharmaceutical needs
  • Laboratory assistance
  • Radiology services
  • Tobacco cessation services
  • Massage therapy

This on-campus clinic provides the faculty members with assistance in a variety of different areas. Although these providers here at UNH are happy to help assist you as best they can, it is only for acute care. If the issue presented to you requires serious help, you might be better off calling your primary care provider or even calling 911 for immediate assistance. This clinic is here to provide you with care for smaller rather than larger health issues.

UNH Employees - go out and find these services available to you and you won’t run into any problems. As long as you have the proper health insurance, your appointment will be booked and you will be reminded of their confidentiality policy which is there to keep all of the employees who go to see them private.  After going and seeing their willingness to help and how important your health is to them, you won’t ever have any “what-ifs” when thinking about healthcare assistance.

Call, make an appointment online or go to the Health Services Center, located on Pettee Brook Lane, to validate assistance.

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