ConvenientMD Signs Multi-Year Partnership with NHIAA

The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) has signed a multi-year partnership with ConvenientMD to become the Official Urgent Care Provider of the NHIAA. The partnership will include an integrated marketing presence throughout the year enabling ConvenientMD to connect with and support administrators, coaches, student-athletes, families, and fans of the NHIAA member schools. 

“ConvenientMD has been a truly wonderful partner of our association for many years, and we are pleased to have them return with this commitment for support,” said NHIAA Executive Director Jeff Collins.

“We are proud to renew our commitment to the NHIAA in support of the associations’ member schools, coaches, and student-athletes,” added ConvenientMD’s Director of Community Integration Kelly Casey. This partnership is an extension of the many community partnerships that we engage in throughout the state that allow young athletes access to physicals, flu shots, and convenient appointments throughout the school year and athletic seasons.

In support of local youth, sports, and education, ConvenientMD Urgent Care is offering $20 sports, school, and camp physicals. In addition, ConvenientMD is offering free flu shots for all ages and will donate $1 to a local charity for each flu shot given in September through November. Please note that all clinics are following strict protocols to keep patients and team members safe and healthy. Visit your nearest ConvenientMD location in New Hampshire, Maine, or Massachusetts, 8am-8pm, 7 days a week! No appointments needed.

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About ConvenientMD

Headquartered in Portsmouth, NH, ConvenientMD is a healthcare provider dedicated to delivering exceptional quality medical care and revolutionizing the clinical experience for patients throughout New England. By offering fast, quality care at an affordable rate, ConvenientMD is raising the bar for urgent care and reshaping the delivery of modern healthcare. Each urgent care center provides an advanced array of services – including X-rays, IVs, labs and minor surgical procedures – as well as staff committed to following an innovative, full-service approach to satisfying patients’ demands for convenient, compassionate treatment in an urgent care setting. For more information, please visit

About the NHIAA

Since 1947 the NHIAA has made progress in organizing, supervising and coordinating a state wide athletic program. Superintendents, principals, athletic directors, coaches, state school board association members, and State Department of Education personnel have served on the Council, the governing body of the organization. The administration of the sports has been carried out by committees chosen from school and non-school people throughout the state.

In addition to the administration of athletics, the Association has formulated standards to ensure that competition is equalized. Regulations have been adopted to meet changing times and conditions. Changes, when necessary, are implemented by constitutional or by-law amendment.

The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association is a voluntary organization operated by a continually changing committee structure and an athletic council. Committee membership is voluntary. Positions on the Council are rotated over a period of years giving the opportunity for all viewpoints to be considered.

By this process, athletics takes its proper place in the entire educational program of the schools and makes a great contribution to the development of New Hampshire youth.