COVID-19 Testing at MedCheck Urgent Care

8:00 am - 8:00 pm Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Weekends

COVID-19 symptoms? Get a Rapid Abbott BinaxNOW test. You will have the results and a letter before leaving.

No COVID-19 symptoms? Get a PCR Broad Lab test. A staff member will call with results.

To register for a test, call 603-481-8787 when you are in our parking lot. You must be seen by one of our medical providers to determine the best test for you.

Walk-in for all of your other urgent care needs!

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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Location

Hatch Plaza
389 Tenney Mountain Highway
Plymouth, NH

 

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

Phone

603-481-8787

In Case of Emergency

Call 911 immediately if your medical condition is severe or life-threatening, or have someone bring you to the closest Emergency Room immediately.  The nearest Emergency Room is located at Speare Memorial Hospital, 16 Hospital Road, Plymouth, NH. Learn whether you should go to Urgent Care or the Emergency Room.

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