PLEASE NOTE: Elliot requires individuals seeking services in the Urgent Care Centers at River’s Edge or Londonderry to pay their co-pay if they are insured, or make a deposit of $150 if they are uninsured, prior to service. Thank you for your cooperation. We look forward to treating you for your Urgent Care needs! Please be advised that you will be asked to provide positive ID at the time of service.
Elliot Urgent Care at River's Edge
185 Queen City Avenue
Manchester, NH 03103
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
7AM – 10PM
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas
Laboratory Services, M-F 6AM to 5PM, Saturday 8AM to Noon(does not open on holiday weekends).
Sometimes, injuries and illnesses are serious enough to require a trip to the emergency department, but for life’s little health problems, the Elliot Urgent Care is a better choice. From late night ear infections to broken bones and everything in between, our specially trained Board Certified emergency physicians and staff provide quality and timely treatment. We focus solely on non-life threatening illnesses and injuries, enabling us to treat you in less time than a traditional hospital emergency department. Elliot Urgent Care features a lab with many test results available in just minutes. Even X-rays and CT scans can be conducted on-site with professional radiologist interpretation during your visit.
At Elliot, we believe that your care should continue even after you leave our Urgent Care. With your permission, a summary of your visit will immediately be sent to your primary care physician or specialist. Appropriate referrals to specialists in your area will be given at the time of your visit and information about your visit will be stored in Elliot’s electronic medical record system.
Treatment and Services available for:
If you are experiencing symptoms of a possible medical emergency – including chest pains, severe abdominal pain, multiple injuries, breathing difficulties, deep cuts, bleeding that will not stop, coughing or vomiting blood, severe burns, or you may be in labor. Call 911; or go to the nearest Emergency Department immediately!