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Our team is here to answer any questions or concerns you may have. We’d love to hear from you!

Send us a message below or check out our urgent care locations for specific clinic details, hours, and directions.

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frequently asked questions

Below are some common questions our patients ask. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Call us any time.

Urgent Care vs Emergency Room, what’s the difference?

An Urgent Care Center primarily treats patients with an injury or illness requiring immediate attention, but not serious enough for a visit to the hospital emergency room.

If you have a life-threatening condition, you should call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital.

We provide medical care on an unscheduled, walk-in basis.  Open late 7 days a week.

What kind of patients go to an Urgent Care?

Everyone! From a teenager with a sports injury, to the mom with a sick baby on the weekend.

Urgent Care of Idaho is here to meet all your family health care needs. Whether you live in town or are just passing through, we are here to help.

Do you accept health insurance?

All of our locations accept a variety of health insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare.

For insured patients, we’ll collect your copay at the time of service and bill your insurance directly.

What if I don’t have health insurance?

If you don’t have insurance, we’ll work with you. And we offer a “prompt pay” or “self-pay” discount for those who pay in full at time of service.

For self-pay patients, we’ll let you know (step-by-step) the costs of procedures being administered. Payment is expected at time of service.

Is an Urgent Care doctor a real doctor?
Yes. Urgent Care of Idaho provides a team of highly trained professional doctors and staff who provide high-quality health care.
What services do you provide?

We treat everyday injuries and illnesses.

Typical ailments include, but are not limited to:

• Infections (ear, sinus, UTI, etc.)
• Flu and illness
• Cuts and lacerations (stitches)
• Sprains, strains, and fractures (including onsite x-ray & labs)
• Skin care
• Injuries due to accidents and sports
• Physicals (sports, DOT, pre-employment, etc.)
• Occupational medicine
• Drug screenings
• Workman’s comp
• And much more!