CONCORD — Northern Counties Health Care (NCHC) recently announced the re-opening of the Concord Health Center following a complete remodel and 1,120 square foot expansion.
Changes and enhancements include a new patient entrance, re-designed reception and waiting area with increased privacy at check-in and check-out, improved patient flow and wider hallways, two respiratory care rooms, an additional exam room, a consultation room, centralized lab, improved staff work areas, conference room, increased efficiency with new lighting and insulation, additional parking, a community space, and the new home of Concord’s food shelf.
The project began in early June 2021, and patients were welcomed back on October 11.
“Northern Counties invested in the Concord Health Center to make sure our patients, particularly those in Essex County, continue to have access to high-quality health care services and important community services,” NCHC’s CEO Michael Costa stated.
Throughout the renovation, patients of Concord Health Center were seen on the 2nd floor of the St. Johnsbury Community Health Center building on Sherman Drive in St. Johnsbury.
The Concord Health Center is located at 201 East Main Street in Concord. It’s been a part of the community since 1980 and to this day provides caring, local, and personal health care services to the region.
Services at the Health Center include medical care from pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric, behavioral health/counseling services, chronic care coordination, and a low-cost pharmacy.
New patients are currently being accepted, and appointments can be made by calling 802-695-2512.