Mask Policy Change Effective 1/2/2024

Whole Life Health Care is changing our masking policy, effective January 2, 2024, to ensure the safety of our employees and patients. We have been advised that our community has now reached a high level of respiratory virus activity.

The changes you will see are as follows:

  • Providers and nurses will wear a facility-issued face mask during direct interactions with patients. Direct interactions are those in patient rooms and other clinical care areas.
  • Support Staff will wear a facility-issued face masks at the check-in and check-out desks.
  • Patients, and those accompanying them, will be strongly encouraged, but not required, to wear a facility-issued face mask during direct interactions with staff. If you choose to mask, we ask that you wear a WLHC face mask on top of your own N95 respirator or face mask. By wearing one of our masks on top of your mask from home, it helps us know that the mask you are wearing is clean and effective. Masks for adults and children are available at the Handicapped Entrance.
  • Masking for patients and visitors is not required in lobbies, waiting rooms, and other common areas, unless you are sick.

As a reminder, please contact WLHC if you meet any of the criteria below before an in-person appointment. We will advise you about next steps.

  • Have a fever or other flu-like symptoms
  • Have a known exposure to COVID-19 within the last 10 days
  • Have a known COVID-19 infection and are in your isolation period

If you have an appointment in-person and meet any of the criteria above, you need to wear one of our masks, regardless of the season or level of respiratory virus in our community. Support persons who meet this criteria should not accompany you to WLHC.

In addition, if you have a fever or other flu-like symptoms, you will be required to take a home COVID-19 test before you will be seen in the office. If you have a known exposure to COVID-19 within the last 10 days, please contact the office regarding testing and your visit.

For more details regarding Isolation and Precautions for People with COVID-19, please see the CDC’s website:

WLHC Welcomes Laura Moore, ND, MSAOM, LAc.

Dr. Moore is a board-certified licensed Naturopathic Doctor, NCCAOM Diplomate Acupuncturist* and Asian Medicine Practitioner.

Additionally, she holds advanced training and certifications in Trauma-informed care, Functional Medicine, Immune Wellness, Oncology Support, Biotherapeutic Drainage, Gerontology & Elder Care, Auricular, Eye, Scalp and Facial Acupuncture. She also holds certifications in advanced energy diagnosis, intuitive healing and sound & vibrational medicine.

See more about Dr. Moore on our website:

WLHC Welcomes Nicole Stratis

Nicole is a Licensed Massage Therapist, practicing Arvigo® Abdominal Massage and Restorative Herbal Massage.  She is also about to complete her 2-year program in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and is currently offering free practice sessions to support her education.

Nicole integrates massage, craniosacral, yoga, herbalism, and spirit ignition to help you reweave the connection back to self and your relationships.

See more about Nicole on our website:

NEW Patient Portal App!

Please call the office for all urgent matters.

New App!  Did you know you can now manage appointments, send a message and view your test results right on your phone.  Download the free athenaPatient mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and log in using the same email and password you use to access our Patient Portal.

How do I login:  For those with access to the Patient Portal, you can sign in anytime at athena supports Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Safari on a phone, tablet, laptop or desktop browser.

Please call the office to request access to the portal for the first time.

WLHC Welcomes Jessica Roundy, APRN

Whole Life Health Care is pleased to announce that Jessica Roundy, APRN, will begin seeing patients on Monday, July 31, 2023.  Jessica is accepting new patients.  Please click here to learn more about our newest provider.

Mask Policy Change

Effective 4/14/23:

  • Masks are REQUIRED if:
    • You are sick
    • You have been exposed to COVID in the last 5 days
    • You tested positive for COVID in the last 10 days
  • For anyone who is well, masks are now optional

Masks will be available at the Handicapped Entrance and the Front Door.  If you are sick, please put on a mask as you enter the building and wear it the entire time you are here.

We are grateful to have weathered this COVID storm with our incredible WLHC family – employees, integrative providers and patients alike! Here is to good health! Thank you!


Travis Palmer leaving WLHC

Whole Life Health Care would like to wish Travis Palmer all the best in his new endeavors.

Following is his message to the patients he has cared for during his time at WLHC:

February 23, 2023

To My Dear Patients,

I am writing this letter to inform you that I will be leaving my post and no longer seeing patients at Whole Life Health Care after March 14, 2023.

I will be taking a new opportunity as the nurse practitioner for the homeless primary care team with the VA in Manchester.  While I am very excited for this new position, I am also heavy-hearted to be leaving the role as your primary care provider.  It has been an absolute privilege to have served and gotten to know you and your families and I cannot thank you enough for placing your trust in me to provide your health care over the past 5 years.

I am confident that you will continue to find excellent, compassionate care with any of our other PCP’s at Whole Life Health Care and would certainly encourage you to remain at this practice.  Please contact our office for any questions or rescheduling concerns.

To your health,

Travis Palmer, APRN


WLHC Welcomes Anna Pilzer, APRN

Whole Life Health Care is pleased to announce that Anna Pilzer, APRN, began seeing patients on Thursday, January 5, 2023.  Anna is accepting new patients.  Please click here to learn more about our newest provider.

COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster for children 6 mo to 5 yrs

WLHC is offering the COVID-19 Vaccine and Bivalent Booster for children age 6 months through 5 years. Appointments are on Wednesday mornings at 8:00 am. Please call the office for an appointment.

WLHC Welcomes Dr. Virginia Roper

Dr. Roper is a certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in the State of New Hampshire.  Her first day at WLHC will be Saturday, July 16th.   She is accepting new clients with Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, Tufts, and United Healthcare.  Please see our Community Resources page for more information about Virgina, including how to schedule an appointment.