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Phone Health Consultations 

Our nurses can provide you with phone health consultations when the Health Services Center is open. These consultations assist in determining if you need an appointment or can care for your health concern on your own with provided health education and self-care information.

  • (603) 862-2856 (students)
  • (603) 862-HLTH (faculty, staff, dependents)
    If you would like to talk with a nurse after Employee Clinic hours, please leave a message and a clinical staff member will return your call in a timely manner. 
  • TTY Users: dial 7-1-1 or 1-800-735-2964 (Relay N.H.)

Appointments 

Students

Note:  If you call us when we are closed you will be automatically connected with a medical call center, where staff will conduct a phone assessment, and make suggestions for additional care options, including a visit to an urgent care center or hospital, if appropriate. Visit our Emergency/After-Hours Care page for more information on this service.

UNH/USNH Employees 

Cancelling Your Appointment

You are responsible for keeping appointments that you schedule at Health Services.  If you cannot keep an appointment, please call and cancel your appointment at least one hour prior to your scheduled appointment time.  

  • Online (Students can use the online scheduling system to cancel appointments with at least 2 hours advance notice)
  • Call the Cancellation Line at (603) 862-1216 (leave a message)
  • Cancel Massages at (603) 862-3823 

If you have a 45 minute appointment you must cancel by 4:00 p.m. the day before. Failure to cancel an appointment will result in you being charged $25 for your missed appointment. If you have a massage therapy appointment, you must cancel at least 24-hours before your appointment or you will be billed for your massage. 

Medical Excuses

It is the policy of the University of New Hampshire Health Services that individual medical excuses are not provided for students missing classes or exams due to illness. It is the student’s responsibility to inform professors of illness or reasons for absence. This policy is supported by the Academic Standards and Advising Committee. Professors are advised to consult with their Associate Dean.

Secure Messaging

If you are a current patient/client of Health Services, you may communicate with your provider(s) conveniently and confidentially using secure messaging. Secure messaging can only be used by current students.