Community members donated around 900 bicycles at Primary Health Urgent Care clinics on Saturday, September 29th during the group’s second annual bike drive benefitting Boise Bicycle Project (BBP).
New this year, the donated use of U-Haul trucks and PODS storage containers helped facilitate the transportation and storage of donated bikes. BBP volunteers immediately began sorting and refurbishing the bikes, with a goal of giving away hundreds to local kids this holiday season.
Primary Health Medical Group will host the second annual bike drive for Boise Bicycle Project on Saturday, September 29th, 2018. From 10 am – 2 pm, the public is invited to drop off their unneeded bikes at any of the 17 Primary Health Urgent Care locations in Boise, Meridian, Garden City, Eagle, Nampa and Caldwell.
ALL bicycles will be accepted – any type, any size, any condition.
With a few weeks left until school starts, now is a great time to work on adjusting sleep routines. Long summer days lead to late nights and lax schedules, especially when fun events overlap with the start of the school year. Water parks, baseball games, fairs and rodeos are still going strong when late August arrives. But waiting till the last summer weekend to enforce an earlier bedtime will only result in a restless child lying awake for hours.
Primary Health Medical Group has announced its support for closing the Medicaid coverage gap in Idaho and will make contributions to Idahoans for Healthcare, the group managing the ballot initiative public relations campaign, and to Ada County Medical Society (ACMS), Idaho’s largest medical society.
Patients often ask how they can safely dispose of their uneeded prescription medications. While Primary Health clinics are not collection sites, we are happy to provide you with the following information.