Finding Emergency Care

Where to go when it’s urgent

Published online: Sep 21, 2021 Articles, East Idaho Health Syringa Garcia
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It doesn’t matter if you’re spending time diving into a pool or sledding down a steep hill, there’s always a chance someone might get hurt. It’s important to be prepared and know where the nearest urgent care is and whether they have the tools and knowledge to help you.

Community Care

Community Care was created in 1996 in Idaho Falls as a walk-in clinic and urgent care facility. It was such a big success that they continued to open three other clinics in nearby areas. They provide many different services and have treatments for a variety of ailments, including: bites, lacerations, sprains, back pain, mild depression, abscesses, cysts, acne, infections, eye injuries, TB testing, mild hypertension and many more. All X-rays are done on site. Community Care also has a system so that if you don’t want to wait in the building, you can leave and they’ll call you when it’s your turn for your check-up.

2725 Channing Way, 765 D Utah Ave.  |  208-525-2600

www.idahocommunitycare.com

Sterling Urgent Care

Sterling Urgent Care is a walk-in clinic that strives to provide quality urgent care at an affordable price. They provide for a range of ages and a number of different services including vaccinations and medical labs. Some of the services they provide are treatments for abdominal pain, migraines, anxiety, ear and skin infections, acute fractures or sprains, chemical exposures and even physical exams for sports. Sterling Urgent Care also gives its patients the option of buying their membership for a fixed monthly rate, making most treatments free. X-rays and labs are only $15, and prescriptions are $10.

740 S Woodruff Ave.  |  208-542-9111  |  www.sterlingurgentcare.com

7017 S Daisy Lane. |  208-534-5878  |  www.sterlingurgentcare.com 

AmericaHealth Urgent Care

With three locations, AmericaHealth Urgent Care is a walk-in clinic that mainly focuses on illness or injuries that need immediate attention but aren’t bad enough to need an emergency room. Some services they offer are for minor injuries, illnesses, physicals and sports injuries. They also provide x-rays and in-house lab testing. They are open Monday through Saturdays from 8 a.m to 8 p.m.

1995 E 17th St.  |  208-538-1999  |  www.americanhealthurgentcare.com

Redicare

Redicare is open every day from 7 a.m to 11 p.m. They provide services for diarrhea, sprains, minor fractures, rashes, pediatric/infant care, burns, flu shots and even screening for blood sugar and cholesterol. Medicare accepts walk-ins and has X-ray capabilities on-site.

270 Channing Way  |  208-542-7100  |  www.idahoredicare.com

Ammon Medical & Urgent Care

Ammon Medical & Urgent Care is a local walk-in clinic for Ammon and Idaho Falls. They are open mornings and evenings (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and weekends (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Ammon Medical & Urgent Care provides services for minor broken bones/fractures, accidents, sinus infections, respiratory illness, eye irritation, stitches and much more. X-rays are performed on-site. 

 3456 E 17th St. STE 125  |  208-529-2828  |  www.binghammemorial.org

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