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8
Sep
2016

ConvenientMD Opens New Portsmouth Clinic

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Seacoast Online PORTSMOUTH – ConvenientMD opened its ninth clinic to patients Thursday in the city where the privately-held health care company was founded. A steady flow of visitors – from local organizations, schools and businesses — took part in the ceremonial opening of the facility at 599 Lafayette Road on Wednesday, touring the clinic, enjoying a buffet from Tuscan Kitchen, Read More >

1
Sep
2016

ConvenientMD Set to Open its Newest Urgent Care Facility in its Hometown of Portsmouth, NH

PORTSMOUTH, N.H., Sept. 1, 2016 – ConvenientMD, New Hampshire’s premier urgent care provider, is excited to announce it will be opening its new Portsmouth, NH clinic, located at 599 Lafayette Road, on September 8th. The company’s 9th New Hampshire based clinic will be open from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week. Patients can just walk in, without making an appointment. Read More >

29
Jul
2016

ConvenientMD Urgent Care Announces Change in Clinic Hours

Portsmouth, New Hampshire – July 29th, 2016 – ConvenientMD Urgent Care, New Hampshire’s leading urgent care provider, announced a change in clinic hours. Beginning July 31st, hours are changing from 9am – 9pm to 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week. ConvenientMD, headquartered in Portsmouth, NH, operates full-service urgent care centers in Bedford, Concord, Dover, Exeter, Keene, Merrimack, Nashua, and Read More >

14
Jun
2016

Urgent Care vs. Visiting the ER

  In a time of need, our decision-making processes are often compromised. This is not because we’re not capable, but rather, we’re perhaps feeling the pressures of the moment, or we’re just not as well educated on the finding an answer for the task at hand as we’d typically like to be. That sentiment rings loud when it comes to Read More >

5
Jun
2016

Tick bites, Lyme disease, and a Tale of Three Patients

  Last week a young man in his twenties presented at ConvenientMD Urgent Care with a rash on his leg. It wasn’t a classic bull’s eye Lyme rash, which we call erythema migrans (see the photo below), but it was definitely two-toned. He was worried about Lyme disease. What the patient didn’t realize was that after a complete exam was Read More >

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