APD is Still Caring for You and Your Family


Your Health Care needs did not stop with the COVID-19 pandemic. While we have changed the way we work in order to keep our staff, providers, and patients safe, including new visitation restrictions and precautions, we’re still here to help. Today, care starts with a phone call and your Primary Care Provider is still the first person you should contact if you have a non-emergency health concern.

Our Multi-Specialty Clinic team can still help you meet your health needs, including diagnosing and treating concerns. We can also answer your questions about keeping up with preventive care and taking care of chronic health issues such as diabetes or high blood pressure.  

Many of our providers are now scheduling telehealth visits as an alternative to in-person appointments. Medicare and most private insurance companies have temporarily expanded their coverages of telehealth services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please call your provider’s office at the Multi-Specialty Clinic or contact your care team through myD-H and we’ll get you the care you need.

If you need care for emergencies, our Emergency Services team is here 24/7/365. If you are having a medical emergency, always dial 911.

For COVID-19 specific questions, established APD patients may use the COVID-19 triage helpline at (603) 442-5665. Please be sure to leave your callback phone number, your name, and your date of birth. We look forward to answering your questions.

Related information:
Visitation Restrictions
Sewing and Donating Cloth Masks to APD
APD Emergency Services
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