New Hampshire health officials have issued an emergency call for free medical care from doctors, nurses and other primary care providers amid a federal cybersecurity alert.
The state has launched an emergency hotline at 1-800-424-4357 to request free access to health care for its residents.
The state has set up a website where residents can request information from providers including doctors, dentists and health care technicians, according to a news release issued Thursday.
The call can be placed from the state’s primary or emergency phone number.
State officials have set up an online portal for residents to request the free care from their providers, the news release said.
The emergency hotline is open to residents in New Hampshire’s most populous counties and is staffed by an experienced nurse and a pharmacist.
The website includes the phone number and email address for the NH HealthCare website, according the release.
The NH Health Care website includes free services for residents, including prescription, lab tests, mental health, physical and prescription drugs, vaccines, home visits, home remedies, and more.
The National Emergency Number is 1-888-424 of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for free crisis information and referrals to other health resources in your area.
The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The toll-free number is 1 (800) 424-4277.