New Plaistow Regional Health Center Coming Next July to Feature Urgent Care Walk-In Service

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A new Plaistow Regional Health Center, including an urgent care walk-in component, is slated to open next July.

The new Center, operated by Exeter Hospital and Core Physicians,  will be located at 127 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, N.H., and will include Core Physicians’ primary and specialty care, along with Exeter Hospital adult and pediatric rehabilitation services. In addition, the new location will house ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care providing care for the treatment of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries in people of all ages.

“We understand the value that a walk-in facility such as ClearChoiceMD provides to not only our patients but the community at large. The delivery of healthcare is changing and at we are always looking for ways to provide enhanced access to care for our patients. This new model of shared space allows us to provide care in a coordinated efficient manner while greatly expanding services,” said Sean O’Neil, Core Physicians’ vice president of organizational excellence.

ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care CEO Marcus Hampers added, “We are very excited to be partnering with Core Physicians and Exeter Hospital to provide coordinated, easily accessible, high-quality and affordable urgent care to their existing patients, as well as to the greater Plaistow Region.

Exeter Hospital Director of Community Relations Debra Vasapolli told WHAV the new Center will eventually combine two existing Plaistow locations. For now, she said, pediatrics will not immediately relocate but eventually they will join the other practices. Whether the Center accepts Massachusetts insurances depends on specific insurance plans.

Core Physicians’ rotating specialty services at the new facility will include orthopedics, podiatry and cardiology, with additional specialties to follow. Exeter Hospital X-ray services and Core Physicians’ lab services will also be located onsite for patient convenience.

Core Physicians’ primary care uses a team-based care model. Each team includes a primary care physician, a physician or nurse practitioner, a nurse, medical assistant and care coordinator. According to a statement, the model ensures a patient has a team who is familiar with their health history to provide the most personalized care.

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