Important Numbers

In an emergency, call 911!

Health Services:  (603) 535-2350 phone                                       

                                 (603) 535-3291 fax

Call if:

  • you are ill or injured, have health questions, or wish to speak to a nurse
  • to make appointments for women’s health exam, annual health exam, follow-up visits, allergy injections, PPD’s, exchange student physicals, STD testing, prescription renewal, or psycho-pharmacology
  • you need to cancel an appointment

If your call is directed to Health Services’s voicemail, you may leave your name, phone number, and a clear message.  A member of the Health Services team will return your call.

Other Numbers

  • Campus Police, (603) 535-2330
  • Plymouth Police, (603) 536-1626
  • Counseling Services, (603) 536-2461
  • Speare Memorial Hospital, (603) 536-1120

Pharmacy Numbers

  • Hannaford Pharmacy, (603) 536-3233
  • Oliver Drug Pharmacy, (603) 536-1086
  • Rite Aid Pharmacy, (603) 536-4377
  • Walmart Pharmacy, (603) 536-5350
  • CVS, (603) 536-4079

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