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What are your hours?
General Hours :
Wednesday, & Friday 8:00-5:00pm
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8:00-7:00pm
Saturday 8:00-4:00pm

Dental Center open until 7:00pm on Thursdays for hygiene appointments only
For medical advice after hours please call our office at 603-749-2346 and press 4 to speak with a nurse.

Dental stand-by service on a first come, first serve basis – Monday-Friday 8:00-11:00am*


Pharmacy Hours:

Monday:         8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tuesday:         8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wednesday:   8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday:       8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday:            8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:        8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Lunch:          1:00 PM – 1:30 PM


Walk-In Hours:

Our Walk-in immunization clinic has been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call the office at 749-2346 to schedule an appointment.

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Where are you located?
Goodwin Community Health, is located at 311 Route 108 Somersworth, NH 03878. We provide a full spectrum of quality health care, prenatal, nutrition and wellness services.

We also operate SOS Recovery Centers in Dover Durham and Rochester NH.
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Are you on the bus route?
Yes. We are conveniently accessible via the COAST Bus. For bus schedules and information visit . We are also an active member of ACT’s new Community Transportation group. Their directory can be found on the right-hand sidebar of the following page: Community Rides If you cannot afford bus fare, please DO NOT cancel your appointment. Call us at 603-749-2346 to arrange an alternative transportation plan.
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Are you a ”Free” clinic?
No, even though Federal, State and local funds allow us to provide a discount to non-insured patients, we must rely on patients paying their remaining balances to continue providing quality care. We do accept most Insurance, Medicaid and Medicare coverage, if you do not have coverage you can apply for our Sliding Fee Scale, detailed below:

We also have staff onsite that can help you apply for health insurance if you are uninsured.
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Do you have to be a Goodwin patient to use the walk-in clinic?
We have three different types of walk-in services available.
Primary Care (Medical) Walk-In Hours: Primary care walk-in hours are for established patients (not available for prenatal patients) – Monday-Saturday 8:00-3:30pm.  Our walk-in service has limited same-day availability.
Emergency Dental Stand-by Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-11:00am. You DO NOT need to be an established patient to access this service. If you have a dental emergency, you can walk in and be evaluated during this time, also on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Immunization Walk-In: Wednesdays 1:30pm-4pm. You do not need to be a patient to access this service. For children, we require an up-to-date immunization record, as well as written vaccine recommendations from the school nurse. Proof of last physical is also recommended.
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What is your smoking policy?
We are proud to lead the way to a healthier community with a smoke-free environment. We hope that you, your family, and visitors will support our efforts. Smoking is not permitted in buildings, on the grounds, or in the parking lots. For the health of our patients, employees, and visitors, we ask that you please extinguish all smoking materials before exiting your vehicles.  If you must smoke, we have a shelter in our parking lot that is the only designated smoking area on our campus.
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Do you have to be a Goodwin Primary Care patient to utilize behavioral health services?
Yes. You must first establish care with one of our primary care providers before you can be referred to our integrated mental health providers. Click here if you would like to become a new patient.
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Do you have to be a Goodwin Primary Care patient to utilize dental services?
Yes. You must be a primary care patient at one of our health centers in order to be seen at our Dental Center. Learn more about our Dental Center here. Learn about becoming a patient here. 
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How do I request a medication refill?
Call the medication refill line 48 hours before you run out of your medication at 603-749-2346 x2150. You will get an answering machine where you will leave your name, date of birth, the name of the medication, the dose you are taking, and if you would like the prescription called in, the name of your pharmacy and the town it is in. We will have your pills ready for pick up at the front desk or called in to your pharmacy.
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Do I have to be a Goodwin patient to use the pharmacy?
No, the Goodwin Pharmacy is open to the public. For more information on the pharmacy visit

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What if I need lab work done?
While you may use any lab, we recommend Quest. They are onsite here at Goodwin Community Health. Quest is a high quality lab and with fees that are often lower than identical tests from area hospitals.  Also, results come directly into Goodwin Community Health. Quest offers discounts for fees paid at time of service and will honor Goodwin’s sliding scale fee.
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How do I contact the WIC office at Goodwin Community Health?
Call 603-332-4358
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How do I get a patient portal PIN number?
All patients are required to use a unique Personal Identification Number (PIN) to verify identify. If you have not received your PIN, please request one at your next visit. Pins can only be provided in person.  Once you have received your PIN, please note that you will need to complete all registration steps in order to start using our on-line services. If you have your PIN and are ready to take advantage of our online services, click here to register today!
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Can you help me get insurance coverage?
Yes. We have Certified Application Counselors who are trained and skilled at walking you through all of your insurance options. Even if you think you cannot afford insurance, we strongly encourage you to contact a Certified Application Counselor ( There are many new state, federal and privately run insurance options. Our staff would be happy to walk you through. Having insurance can be life changing. Don’t wait, we are here to help. For more information, visit our Health Insurance page
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