We at MedCheck Urgent Care takes the health and safety of our patients and staff seriously. We are actively cleaning our facility throughout the day and we are here and ready to address all of your urgent care needs. We are open and available to you. We also offer telehealth visits for those who prefer to stay in the comfort of their homes. If you would like to learn more about Telehealth Services, click this link:
Speare Memorial Hospital provides all community COVID-19 testing in Plymouth.
Testing is by appointment only from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. To schedule a COVID-19 test, complete a registration form by clicking this link. A Speare employee will call you to schedule an appointment for the next available testing date. Requested dates and times are not guaranteed and should be at least 24 hours after the time of submission. COVID-19 testing is conducted at a marked location in the Speare emergency department parking lot on Avery Street. An occupational health nurse from Speare will contact you with your results within 3 - 5 days.
Communication access or language assistance services are available upon request.
MedCheck Urgent Care is a walk-in urgent care clinic serving Central New Hampshire. Our medical staff is ready to treat your urgent, but non-threatening illnesses and accidents. No appointment is necessary, and you will avoid the long wait times of the emergency room. Open seven days a week with extended hours for your convenience.
We are dedicated to offering you and your family professional and quality medical care.
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