The Good Neighbor Health Clinics is a non-profit free health care facility established in 1992. We provide free medical and dental care to uninsured and underinsured adult residents (18 and over) of the Upper Valley, living within 30 miles of our clinic in White River Junction who are in need of basic care but don’t have the means to pay for it.
About Good Neighbor Health Clinics
In 1992 the Good Neighbor Health Clinics began as the vision of two doctors —Dr. Peter Mason and Dr. Paul Manganiello. Recognizing the lack of healthcare for the homeless and underinsured, they began to offer primary care and other services at the Haven.
In 1996, and in response to the increased need for dental care, the Red Logan Dental Clinic became part of the organization.
In 2001, with the help of a federal grant obtained by Senator Jim Jeffords and generous contributions from our supportive community, the former Gates Memorial Library was restored and transformed into the vibrant, warm, comfortable health center that it is today. The now restored facilities are located in downtown White River Junction, in a neo Gothic revival building listed in the National Register of historic buildings. Two satellite clinics are located in Lebanon and Enfield, NH.
Good Neighbor Health Clinics is a member of the Vermont Coalition of Clinics for the Uninsured. Our organization collaborates and cooperates with regional hospitals and health centers and supports initiatives to provide better care for the region’s population. Good Neighbor Health Clinics depends on community support to provide services to residents of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Today, Good Neighbor Health Clinics proudly provides services to 3,000 residents of the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont every year.