COVID Vaccines and Boosters
COVID vaccines and boosters are available to all eligible patients at APD. Simply call (603) 448-3122 or speak with your care team while you are at APD.
- If you aren't near APD, please know there are more than 500 locations across the State of New Hampshire offering the vaccine and booster, and many locations offer walk-in service without the need for an appointment. Find COVID vaccination sites near you.
- Please keep your vaccination card. It is the official record of your COVID vaccination status.
Please keep in mind:
- Boosters are also widely available at pharmacies and other retailers.
- Patients must present their vaccination cards at their booster appointment, clearly showing dates their previous vaccine doses were administered.
- View CDC recommendations.
Speak with your healthcare provider and visit the FAQs from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Clinics.
Where can you get tested?
New Hampshire residents:
- The New Hampshire COVID-19 Response website provides information about community-based locations across New Hampshire.
- Call the 211 state hotline.
- The Vermont Department of Health provides information on where to get tested and how to register.
- Call 211 or (866) 652-4636 toll-free in Vermont, or (802) 652-4636 from outside of Vermont.
Where can I get a PCR test done?
- ClearChoiceMD in Lebanon, NH.
- Springfield Health Center in Springfield, VT.
- ClearChoiceMD in Rutland, VT.
- White River Junction VA Medical Center in Hartford, VT.
- Urgent Care at Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont, NH.
- CVS Pharmacy in Claremont, NH.
At-home antigen testing
COVID at-home antigen tests are diagnostic tests that are approved by the FDA with Emergency Use Authorization. You can purchase these tests at pharmacies and other locations and test yourself for the COVID antigen.
Antigen tests detect the presence of the COVID virus, but they are less sensitive than PCR tests.
- If you have COVID symptoms and a negative home antigen test result, you can schedule a confirmation PCR test.
- If you have a positive home antigen test result, you do not need to schedule a confirmatory PCR test.
Where can I get antigen testing done aside from home kits?
If you test positive
If you test positive for COVID, you should stay home. Most people with COVID have mild illness and can recover at home without medical care. Learn more about symptoms and when to seek medical care.
Upload your vaccination card to myDH
- Upload your vaccination card to myDH so that you will always have access to your vaccination status.
- You will have a unique QR code in your account that you can show at locations that require you to share your COVID-19 vaccination status.
- Learn how to upload your card here.
Always call 911 if you have a medical emergency
If you have a medical emergency and need to call 911, notify the operator that you have or think you might have COVID. If possible, put on a facemask before medical help arrives.
- New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
- Vermont Department of Health
- Understanding Different COVID-19 Vaccines (CDC)
- Ensuring the Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines (CDC)
- Finding Credible Vaccine Information (CDC)
- All CDC information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine (CDC)
- Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 fact sheet translations are available through the FDA