Health and Wellness
Health Services: LRCC does not offer health services on campus. In the case of a medical emergency or injury, call 911 and notify the front desk 524-3207 (or by dialing “0” from a college phone) or Campus Safety 545-4392 (evening) / 387-2106 (day).
In cases of non-emergency medical situations or illnesses,
the following local health care providers offer walk-in and by-appointment services:
|Lakes Region General Hospital||Laconia Clinic|
|Caring for Women||Clear Choice MD Urgent Care|
|Health First Family Care Center||
Lakes Region Partnership for Public Health
Mental Health Services: LRCC partners with Genesis Behavioral Health to provide our students free counseling services on campus aimed at helping them work through difficulties they may be experiencing. Services are free of charge and confidential. Walk-ins and appointments are available. For information see one of LRCC’s student support counselors Marti Bolduc firstname.lastname@example.org, 366-5261 or Melissa Plyler email@example.com or 366-5218. Offices located in the Turner Building.
Heath Insurance: Proof of health insurance is not required for most LRCC students. Some programs, such as Nursing, do require enrolled students to have health insurance coverage in order to participate in course-related activities. Please discuss this matter with your academic advisor prior to enrollment in order to ensure you have accurate information as to what your program of study requires.
The Affordable Care Act began providing health exchanges across the country. New Hampshire residents can benefit from an expanded insurance marketplace. We encourage students needing health insurance to research their eligibility options by reviewing “A Quick Guide to the Marketplace,” familiarizing themselves the resources available at www.healthcare.gov or visiting with one of the marketplace assisters visiting campus.
Fitness Center: Due to the generosity of LRCC’s Student Senate the Fitness Center, located on the second floor of the Turner building, Rm. 218, is available free of charge to students, faculty and staff. Equipment includes, treadmills, a stationary bike and a universal weight system.
Wellness Programming: A variety of activities are planned throughout the semester, including, indoor soccer, open basketball, bowling, gaming and pool tournaments. For more information contact Scott Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Office of Student Affairs at Lbaia@ccsnh.edu or 603-366-5215.