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Your safety is our priority. With the recent surge in Omicron cases across our region, we are taking added steps to limit possible staff or patient exposure. Please visit our appointments page to learn more before your next NHC clinic visit.

Schedule Your Visit

Whether it's your first time visiting us or you already call NHC "home," we look forward to seeing you. Find out what to expect, what you should bring to your appointment -- and what we're doing to keep you and your family safe and healthy.

New COVID-19 Safety Measures

Appointment Scheduling

If you are sick or think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, please call your clinic or use MyChart to reschedule. When you call to schedule, you can ask our triage nurses if a virtual visit is best for your care need.

Appointment Arrival

Please wait in the car and call your clinic to check in when you arrive. NHC will call you when it is time to enter the clinic for your appointment.  Patients with disabilities or patients who travel to the clinic by public transit should call on arrival for early access to the lobby.

Guests and Guardians

Patients ages 18 and younger may be accompanied by one healthy parent or guardian. We ask patients age 18 and older not to bring guests or guardians into the clinic unless it is medically necessary to do so.

Patients with a disability who need help speaking with clinic staff, deciding on health care or doing daily tasks, can bring one healthy adult to assist. Disability includes but is not limited to include a physical, intellectual, behavioral or cognitive impairment, deafness, being hard of hearing or other communication barrier, blindness, autism, or dementia.

Masking in Clinic

Please wear an appropriate mask in NHC clinics. Gaiters, bandanas, masks with valves, and visibly threadbare masks are not allowed. Well-fitting surgical masks that cover the mouth and nose are best. We can provide an appropriate mask when you visit.

New patients

If you are a new patient, please learn more about what you need to know and bring to your first visit.

Current patients

If you are a current NHC patient, you can use MyChart to send your provider a message. MyChart can also be used to manage your appointments, prescriptions, and view test results.

Know Before You Go

Late Appointments and Cancellations

Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your appointment time. If you are going to be late, please call us to let us know. We will do everything possible to accommodate you, however, we may need to reschedule your appointment after 15 minutes to ensure other patients can be seen.

If you need to cancel a scheduled appointment, we ask for 24 hours advance notice. You can also cancel your appointment online through MyChart.

Translation Services

Our teams speak English and Spanish. Translations for other languages are available upon request.

Insurance Assistance

NHC has a team of trained Enrollment Assisters to help you understand your insurance options and apply for a health insurance plan that works best for you. This support is available free of charge. Contact a clinic close to you to ask for Enrollment Assistance.

Good Faith Estimate

Beginning January 1, 2022, all healthcare providers must provide something called a Good Faith Estimate. This estimate will explain how much care will cost for patients, who are uninsured or who wish to self-pay. If you have concerns about an estimate you have received, please call to learn about our financial assistance programs. Learn more: Good Faith Estimate Notice. English Notice  / Spanish Notice

Financial Assistance

No insurance? No problem. We offer discounts on all our services and all patients are encouraged to apply.

Keeping You Safe

NHC has measures to ensure patients, visitors, and staff are safe when they visit an NHC clinic:

  • Daily temperature and symptom checks for staff, patients, and guests
  • All patients must wear a mask while at NHC clinics
  • Patients are asked to limit friends and family, who join at appointments
  • Extra time between appointments to allow for added cleaning and disinfecting
  • Reduction of physical contact between staff and patients
  • Staff wear masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients; these include gowns, face shields and gloves when needed