|At the Hospital:||North Clinic:|
In an emergency call 911.
Open everyday, including holidays
Located near the East Entrance
3330 Ptarmigan Lane
(Turn west at Target)
High Quality, Walk–In Medical Treatment
St. Peter’s Urgent Care Clinics are walk–in medical facilities for the treatment of non–life threatening injuries and illness. An appointment is never required, and staff is committed to providing immediate and competent medical services.
The clinics offer high quality, walk–in family medical care for minor illnesses, physicals, and return to work releases. Urgent Care has access to all hospital resources.
The clinics also provide services such as pre–employment and sports program physicals, drug screenings, and inoculations for those traveling abroad.
The clinics are staffed by a physician’s assistant, a nurse practitioner, licensed practical nurses, and other professional staff, all whom have experience working in the emergency department. A physician to treat walk–in patients is on location seven days a week.
Urgent Care is an alternative to the Hospital’s emergency room and a private physician's office. Most major insurance plans are accepted. Patients are responsible for either a co–pay or the charges.
For those who are insured, St. Peter’s recommends contacting the insurance company before a visit to verify coverage, including co–pays, co–insurance, or deductibles. For the uninsured or those preferring to pay out–of–pocket, St. Peter’s accepts cash, checks, and credit cards.
|The following are among the many urgent care and family medicine services available:|
|Colon cancer screening||Pelvic exams|
|Cough, colds, flu and strep throat||Pregnancy testing|
|Cuts, strains and sprains||Prostate cancer screening (PSA)|
|EKGs||Rash and skin problems|
|Flu shots||School, camp and sports physicals|
|General physical exams||Sexually transmitted diseases|
|HIV screening||Sinus and allergy problems|
|Initial fracture diagnosis||Sports injuries|
|Men's health care||Throat cultures|
|Minor foot care||Vaccinations and immunizations|
|Pap smears||Women's health screenings|