Current Clinic Hours

Our clinics are open and safe. Patients with COVID-19 symptoms are given car-side services. We are accepting phone calls at all clinics.


Overland & Maple Grove: 7 AM - 8 PM Daily
Broadway: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
West Boise: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Downtown: Closed 3/24 - 3/29
Orchard & Overland: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
State Street: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily

Meridian & Eagle

Pediatrics and Pediatric Urgent Care: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Eagle: By appointment only - no urgent care services.
Meridian: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Meridian Crossroads: By appointment only - no adult urgent care services.
South Meridian: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Chinden & Linder: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Ten Mile: No urgent care services 3/27 - 3/30.

Nampa & Caldwell
South Nampa: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Garrity: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
Caldwell: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily
North Caldwell: 8 AM - 8 PM Daily

Respiratory Clinics 
Patients with COVID-19 Symptoms, Call First
No Urgent Care at These Clinics

Garden City: 208-809-2865
Meridian Crossroads: 208-895-8670
Nampa: 208-466-6567


Create a Summer Reading Program at Home

Primary Health Pediatrics Summer Reading Tips
Summer vacation has just started but before we know it August will be here and school will be starting again. One of the best ways to keep your child’s reading skills up is to plan a summer reading program. Even just three times a week will make a significant difference. 
For younger readers:
  • Visit the local library to check out books every week (city and county libraries)
  • Continue to read out loud to them from chapter books (it improves their reading level)
  • Organize a book swap with neighbors or classmates to get new titles
For middle elementary school readers:
  • Get them hooked on a favorite series like Magic Treehouse, Boxcar Children, Bones, Warriors, Redwall, FableHaven
  • Have them read the book, then watch the movie
  • Have them read to younger brothers and sisters as part of their weekly chores
  • Have them read about one of their favorite activities, sports, places to visit, or famous people
For advanced readers:
  • Have them try re-reading a favorite series start to finish like Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Cinder, or Uglies/Pretties/Specials
  • Have them write their own book review to share
  • Check out cookbooks and start teaching them to cook or pick a detective series with recipes – Diane Mott Davidson
  • Read a young adult novel with them and have your own book club
  • Don’t forget about Graphic Novels and Verse novels which can be more fun to read and exist for all the classics
  • Choose a satire like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, or read Shakespeare’s Macbeth and then watch Scotland, PA
For all age readers:
  • Leave books out so that they are easy to see and pick up to read
  • Pack them in the swim/soccer/baseball bag so they kids can read in the car on the way to activities
  • Limit screen time/electronics/social media so that they have time to read (and be bored)
  • Set up an afternoon reading time to come in from the heat to rest and relax with a cool drink or snack
  • Take your book on a picnic (or camping or fishing)
  • Let your children "catch" you reading – it actually improves their reading skills
Join one of the library summer reading programs:
Meanwhile I’m taking my new book out onto the back deck – The Vinyl Detective.
Happy summer reading!
- Dr. Beauchaine