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Patients seeking medical care in Downtown and East Boise should be aware that the Broadway Bridge is now closed for construction and will remain closed until fall 2016.
Primary Health clinics offering urgent care and family doctors are located on either side of the closure, and clinic access is not directly affected. However, we encourage patients to review the map shown here in order to be familiar with the detour routes.
The public is invited to celebrate the groundbreaking of Primary Health Medical Group’s 17th location and first Garden City clinic on Tuesday, September 22nd at 10 AM. The event will take place at 5601 Chinden Blvd. in Garden City, between Quilt Expressions and Wendy’s near Fred Meyer.
Students, staff and faculty in need of urgent medical care will be pleased to know there are two Primary Health locations less than a mile from Boise State University, with hours that extend beyond those of health services on campus.
Our Downtown Clinic is located at 300 Myrtle St., open 7 AM – 8 PM during the week and 8 AM – 6 PM on weekends
The public is invited to celebrate the groundbreaking of Primary Health Medical Group’s new Chinden & Linder clinic on Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 at 11 AM. The event will take place at 1900 W. Chinden Blvd. in Meridian, near SpurWing Golf Course. Refreshments will be served and a finish board will be on display.
Swimming can be a real treat for kids on a hot summer day. Unfortunately, drowning is a danger even for children who have taken swimming lessons. It's important for your child to receive ongoing education, have an understanding of general water safety, and know what to do if they or a friend go into distress.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury and death for children ages 1 to 14 years, and the fifth leading cause for people of all ages.
Primary Health Medical Group is pleased to announce plans to open its 17th clinic, which will be located near Fred Meyer in Garden City.
Scheduled to open in early 2016, the new clinic will be the first and only urgent care clinic in Garden City. In addition to walk-in urgent care for illnesses and injuries, services will include Occupational Health physicals, drug screens and worker’s compensation injury care, and Family Medicine by appointment.