Our Primary Care team consists of Medical Doctors, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants who work with patients to provide a full range of health care services.
Our goal is to empower our patients in meeting their health goals. It is our top priority to make sure that your care is provided in the right place, at the right time, and in the manner that best suits your needs. Because we believe that optimum well-being includes the treatment of the mind, body, and soul, we offer team-based treatment services for emotional health concerns in addition to physical and oral health problems that our patients experience.
You must be an established patient of the Care Clinic for COVID testing services. If you are concerned you may have symptoms of COVID-19, you can book a telehealth appointment with a medical provider within 24 hours. If needed, a hands-on assessment, physical exam, and COVID-19 test can be performed in our respiratory assessment area.
We provide high quality primary care medical services for patients of all ages. From routine and preventive care to treatment of more complicated or chronic conditions, we are here to meet your medical needs. Well-child and well-adult checks are available to patients in need of a general check-up and those with questions about health maintenance and preventive screening. We also provide focused pre-participation sports exams for students and pre-employment examinations for daycare providers and other professionals who need this type of exam.
Appointments for injuries and acute illnesses such as cough, sore throat, flu can generally be scheduled within 24 hours.
Patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes or hypertension are offered a variety of services, including educational workshops and nutritional and behavioral counseling. Our chronic disease management program focuses on giving patients the tools necessary to understand and monitor their own conditions so that they can lead a healthy and productive life.
We provide routine prenatal care, including ultrasounds and consultations, through a collaboration between our providers and Swan Mountain Women’s Center. Babies are delivered at St. Anthony’s Summit Medical Center.
We offer all routine recommended vaccines and immunizations for adults and children at the main clinic and School Based Health Centers.
Our team of Health Navigators are available to support your health care goals through health coaching and education services. Navigators meet with patients one-on-one, facilitate group education, and work to connect patients with needed community resources.
We offer specialized care options for children and newborns through our pediatric and newborn care program. Pediatric care is offered at the main medical clinic and the 6 School Based Health Centers located in Summit, Lake, and Park counties. Pediatric and Newborn care includes well-child exams, sports physicals, and routine vaccinations.
For services not available within the clinic, such as fracture care, emergency care, surgery, and specialist care, we maintain relationships with care providers throughout the region. Our staff will help to arrange referrals as needed.
Our telehealth services connects you with a provider via video or phone calls. Using telehealth, a provider can assess your health care needs, give you a treatment plan that fits your needs, recommend you for COVID-19 testing if applicable, or prescribe a medication. Telehealth is also available for dental and behavioral health services. For more infomation, click on this link for doxy.me.
We offer a range of family planning services for men and women including birth control options (including IUDs, Nexplanon and others), STI testing, vasectomy, fertility counseling and pregnancy tests.
We offer a full spectrum of care for seniors including Medicare Annual Wellness Visits and Chronic Care Management provided by Nurse Case Managers. We work closely with our partners through the senior center to help connect seniors to the services they need including transportation, home care and more.
We provide routine screening for cervical, colorectal, breast, lung and other types of cancer. Make an appointment today and your medical provider can guide you through which screening tests are indicated for you.
Some companies require their employees to have a regular Department of Transportation (DOT) physical to ensure the safety of themselves and others. For the underinsured and uninsured we perform DOT physicals on a sliding-fee scale.
Immigration physicals are provided at the Care Clinic for a set fee for new and established patients.
If you or someone you love is struggling with opioid use, we offer a comprehensive integrated program to address the behavior and medical components of this problem. Call the Care Clinic to learn more and get involved.
We understand there are many factors that impact your ability to take care of your health. Our team of Health Navigators screen for these potential barriers and work with you to provide resources that may reduce or break through barriers. Health Navigators provide resource navigation on subjects such as tobacco cessation, healthy eating and lifestyle, diabetes education, stress management, substance abuse and behavioral health. They are also able to link patients to community resources including housing, transportation, food, utilities and child care.
Ask your provider about meeting with your Care Team’s Health Navigator.
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