Senior Specialty Services
Geriatric Consultation Clinic
Elliot Senior Health Primary Care providers also offer a Geriatric Consultation Clinic for seniors living in our community. This service involves a medical examination by a Board Certified Geriatrician intended to help primary care physicians determine a course of treatment for older patients with multiple, complex health issues. Reasons for referring patients to the Geriatric Consultation Clinic include falls, depression, functional decline, infections, incontinence, malnutrition, pressure sores, drug interactions and side effects, and repeated emergency room visits. Appointments for the Geriatric Consultation Clinic require a physician’s referral. For more information call (603) 663-7030.
Medication Management Clinic
Working with your primary care provider, an Elliot clinical pharmacist will review your medications with you for drug interactions, side effects and potential cost savings. The pharmacist will provide you with education for the medications that you take, as well as education for conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and osteoporosis. For more information call (603) 663-7027
A registered nurse with specialized anticoagulation training performs a finger stick prothrombin time (PT/INR) test and based on the results, will adjust your anticoagulation medication dose, update your medical record and verify the results with your primary care physician. You get your test results in just minutes and printed dosing instructions at the time of the appointment. For more information call (603) 663-7076.
Podiatry Clinic for Senior Health Primary Care Patients
A doctor of podiatric medicine offers a monthly podiatry clinic. This clinic offers evaluation and treatment for common foot problems such as warts, corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, bunions, strains and sprains. For an appointment please call (603) 663-7030.
Staying fit at any age is important to your physical and emotional health. At Elliot, we offer adults a variety of fitness opportunities and group exercise classes no matter your level of fitness. For more information, call (603) 663-7016 or visit view the Community Wellness Classes section of the current issue of Your Wellness Matters.
Blood Pressure Screenings
Every Monday the Visiting Nurse Association of Manchester holds a free blood pressure screening. The nurse is also available to answer any questions related to managing or improving blood pressure. Walk-ins welcome.
Link to Your Wellness Matters
Registration for all programs and classes is encouraged.