urgent care when you need it
Our walk-in clinics provide compassionate, affordable, quality care to you and your family when you need it.
No appointment necessary.
Whether it’s relief from a cold, treatment for an ear infection, or x-rays for your minor emergency, our medical providers work hard to keep you and your whole family healthy each and every day.
And with four convenient locations in Twin Falls, Jerome, and Burley, ID, getting help when you’re sick or injured is easy – we’re in your neighborhood.
a quick care without the wait?
You already don’t feel good. And sitting hours in a packed emergency room full of strangers coughing around you is uncomfortable.
When you have a non-life-threatening illness or injury, if you want quality medical care without the wait, you’re in the right place!
Urgent Care of Idaho understands getting you back home is the first step to recovery and healing. That’s why our signature process will have you checked-in and ready to see the doctor typically within 30 minutes or less.
I recommend them to everyone...
“I see them before I see my own doctor on pretty much anything. The staff is always very kind and friendly! I’ve always been seen in a timely manner, even when the waiting room is packed. They always help me feel better as soon as possible.”
Quick, but not rushed…
“In and out within 30 minutes, quick but not rushed! Highly recommend this Urgent Care. Professional, kind, and put me in a great mood even though I wasn’t feeling my best. Will definitely be back for any other Urgent Care needs. Thanks!”
More than the average Urgent Care…
“We were visiting from out of town and our son injured his foot. The staff and the doctor were so kind, thoughtful, and extremely helpful. This was not the normal conveyor belt urgent care we are used to. Truly professional and caring!”
Almost closing time, they were so kind…
“Came in at almost 8:30pm. They close at 9pm and they were SO KIND. They got me right in and right out. Even though I came in when they were almost closing, they treated me as a normal patient.”
Shelbie Grace Draper