Making health Care More Accessible

In response to the COVID19 pandemic, Goodwin Community Health is changing the way we stay in touch with our patients. In order to keep our staff and patients safe and healthy, we are now providing many types of visits by video or phone.

Telehealth visits are open to all patients and are strongly recommended for patients who are over age 60, or over age 50 with a chronic health condition.

Scroll down to learn more about what telehealth is and how it works. You can also learn about our remote Recovery, Home Visiting, WIC and CSFP services.


Getting Started

If you are not currently a patient at Goodwin Community Health, please visit this page before scheduling your telehealth visit.

If you are currently a medical patient but have never used our dental services before, please visit this page.

Patients usnig our Telehealth Services will need to complete our Telehealth Informed Consent form. Click here to complete the short and simple form. 

Telehealth is available for:

  • Most types of medical visits. 
  • Some urgent dental visits. 
  • Most behavioral health (counseling) visits. Must be a primary-care patient or previously enrolled in the IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program).

How does Telehealth Work?

Having access to your medical care team is easier than ever with our Telehealth services. Patients and providers can communicate online or over the phone, letting each patient connect with their healthcare team from home.

To Book an Appointment

Our staff will help you get set up with a time to connect with your provider. Scheduling appointments will work the same for our Telehealth services for as a face-to-face appointment.

  • Primary care: 603-749-2346
  • Dental care: 603-841-2025 (urgent/emergency care only)
  • Behavioral health (counseling): 603-749-2346 x2313.

Before Your Appointment

  • Behavioral Health Care: Please download, print and sign the Telehealth Patient Consent Form and the Behavioral Health Attendance Policy. Then, either scan it and email it to spanno@goodwinch.org, or mail it to: Behavioral Health Department, Goodwin Community Health, 311 Route 108, Somersworth, NH 03878.
  • Dental Center: Please download, print, sign and send your Dental Center Telehealth Consent Form. Completed forms can be sent to our dental center at dental@goodwinch.org or mailed/dropped off to: The Goodwin Dental Center at 311 Route 108, Somersworth, NH 03878

Checking In For Your Appointment

Before your scheduled appointment, we will reach out by email, text, or phone with a reminder. If you receive a text or email, there will be a URL link to follow into your provider’s virtual waiting room.

Click here to check in for your telehealth appointment


Other Remote Services

In addition to primary care, dental and behavioral health services, we are also providing the following services by phone and/or video:

SOS Recovery & Recovery Groups

Recovery Groups will be held online via the Zoom app. This is for current patients who have completed IOP and/or attended Recovery Group in the past. Please call Ben at 603-422-8208 ext 3328 for information.

SOS Recovery Services: While the centers are closed, we’ll have phone coverage, telephone recovery support services, virtual on-on-one recovery coaching, and virtual meetings and supports. Call 603-841-2350 or visit https://sosrco.org/virtualmeetings/  You can also access daily online recovery-support meetings offered through Unity Recovery here.


Home Visiting

Call your home visitor at 603-422-8209 to schedule a phone visit


WIC and CSFP

In light of recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention around social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, our WIC program has received authorization from the US Department of Agriculture to conduct all appointments by phone.

Individuals can apply for assistance by contacting their local WIC office, and can find the office closest to them at http://www.signupwic.com. All appointment types, including certifications and follow up appointments, can be completed by phone. Residents who have a scheduled WIC appointment should keep it and expect a phone call from their local WIC office.

The WIC program provides nutrition education and support to help keep pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and preschool children healthy and strong, and all New Hampshire WIC offices are working to ensure that clients continue to get the services they need with minimal disruption.

To learn more about the WIC program, please visit https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/nhp/wic/index.htm. Families having difficulty getting through to their local WIC office are encouraged to leave a detailed voice message or call the WIC State Agency 1-800-942-4321.

Call 603-332-4358 for more information.


Mobile Health Care (Vans)

The mobile health team is offering telehealth visits.

Please call 603-766-9220 if you have health-care questions or need medication refills.