West Side Neighborhood Health CenterPrimary Care for Those in Need
Under and uninsured residents can access primary care at the West Side Neighborhood Health Center (WSNHC), which specializes in caring for refugees, from newborns to the elderly. In a collaboration between the International Institute of New Hampshire and Catholic Medical Center, the WSNHC provides supportive well-child care, ill child care, adolescent care to the age of 18 and general internal medicine for those over 18. WSNHC serves as a medical home for the refugee population. Attentive Pregnancy Care
The Pregnancy Care Center at WSNHC provides supportive prenatal care to all women and their families, regardless of their ability to pay. Our mission is to improve pregnancy outcomes by serving those most in need and those unable to access services in a traditional prenatal setting. Community Healthcare Collaboration
WSNHC was developed as an initiative of the Manchester Sustainable Access Project, a community collaboration between local and state healthcare organizations to evaluate and improve the current healthcare delivery infrastructure. To make an appointment for healthcare services at WSNHC, call (603) 663-5382.