Elliot at River's Edge
185 Queen City Avenue
Manchester, NH 03101
Elliot Sleep Evaluation Center
185 Queen City Avenue
Manchester, NH 03103
Can your doctors see children and adults?
Our physicians see patients age 18 and older.
How easy is it to schedule an appointment?
If you are looking to schedule a new patient consultation with us, and you already have a referral from your primary care provider, we can usually accommodate your request within a few weeks. We also strongly suggest that you make any follow up appointments with us before you leave your visit.
Do you accept most Insurance?
Our practice participates with most insurance companies. We can provide you with a list of participating insurance entities at your appointment. You may also click here for a complete listing of the insurances accepted at Elliot Physician Network offices.
What if my primary physician practices at a hospital other than the Elliot?
Our Pulmonologists can see you, they will work with your primary care or other treating physicians, but they may not have access to information your physician(s) may already have acquired. Please ask them to send related records and laboratory data to our office before your visit. If you see another specialist for a problem you think may be related to your pulmonary condition, it might be desirable to have him or her also send records.
Will your doctors look at my x-rays or MR images?
If you have had x-rays or magnetic resonance imaging at some site other than an Elliot affiliated site, the most efficient way (and sometimes the only way) for us to personally interpret your images is to ask the facility to copy your images to a compact disc and bring this with you to your visit.
Who will I see when I make my first appointment?
Your first consultation will be scheduled with a physician only or allied health care provider ((Nurse Practitioner) together with a physician.
How do I reach my doctor after hours?
We provide 24 hour on-call coverage by a pulmonologist. Simply call the office number and a covering physician will be paged.
Will I see my doctor if I am hospitalized?
If you are hospitalized you will be assigned a doctor “hospitalist” upon admission. This physician will make the determination if a consultation is required and will notify the covering pulmonologist to see you.