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Fall 2023 Community Vaccine Clinics

Memorial Hospital is hosting drive-through flu and COVID vaccine clinics. Vaccinations will be offered on Saturday, October 28 and November 4 from 8 am to noon at the hospital's main entrance. Follow the signs and drive up. Our care team will administer vaccinations while you remain in your car. 


At Memorial Hospital, we like to think that we are the heart of a healthier community. That’s why we offer a variety of health and wellness programs that support community health. From breast care to healthy aging, we’re working together to make our communities the healthiest in America.

Health Resources

  • Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care Services of Northern Carroll County: VNHCS is a private non-profit organization licensed by the State of New Hampshire.
  • White Mountain Community Health Center: WMCHC is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 healthcare provider located in Conway, New Hampshire. The health center is the "safety net" provider of the greater Mount Washington Valley meaning it provides care to the underinsured and uninsured population of the region.

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Memorial Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Expands with New Building, New Providers

With two new surgeons joining the Memorial Hospital orthopedics and sports medicine practice, patients from the Mt Washington Valley have additional opportunities for advanced orthopedic care without having to travel long distances.

Update on changes to MaineHealth locations due to Lewiston incident

Learn about impacts to MaineHealth locations due to recent events in Lewiston, Maine.

October 26 Statement from MaineHealth on Lewiston Shooting

On Oct. 25, Central Maine Medical Center (CMMC) transferred one patient injured in the Lewiston shootings to Maine Medical Center (MMC). That patient has since been discharged.

Memorial’s Access to Care services expand to reach more patients

Routine health screenings can feel like an easy decision to some, but for someone who is uninsured or underinsured and falls outside of the qualifications for Medicaid, it can feel like a burdensome expense.