It’s natural to want to use the emergency room when you or your family has an accident, gets sick or needs medical assistance. For life-threatening emergencies, the ER is the appropriate care choice. But for broken bones, lacerations requiring stitches, flu and cough, allergies, infections, and more, Primary Health Medical Group clinics are a more convenient and affordable choice.
Like the ER, Primary Health Medical Group Urgent Care Clinics provide the highest caliber of qualified medical talent with convenient hours. Unlike the ER, a trip to a Primary Health Urgent Care Clinic will cost less money and take less time.Read More
Primary Health Medical Group is proud to announce our brand new clinic has opened in Downtown Boise. The new clinic is located on Myrtle and 3rd Street in a building that was retrofitted to better serve our patients. The new Downtown Clinic provides better access to those working and living near downtown Boise, the north end, and elsewhere in the Treasure Valley.Read More
The Primary Health Medical Group Caldwell Clinic has relocated!
The new clinic is located on Cleveland Blvd near Ustick Road in Caldwell. This clinic allows for better access for patients while giving Primary Health the opportunity to remain in the community.Read More
Primary Health Medical Group is pleased to announce the addition of a new Urgent Care provider to our practice. Jenna Maffey, P.A. will be working in our Urgent Care clinics.
Jenna graduated from Greenville College in Illinois, as well as Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania. She has worked as a P.A. for Northwest Emergency Physicians of Teamhealth in Pasco, WA for the past few years. Welcome!Read More
Granted, the weather in the Boise area has finally gotten warm (okay, hot). But truly, it is a DRY heat. While the rest of the country is melting (currently the temperature in St. Louis is 97F with 49% humidity - making it feel like 109F), Boise is enjoying the summer (and not to rub it in, but today's high will be 89F).
The summers in the area are hot - and you should take relevant precautions - but they are still comfortable enough to enjoy some of our valley's favorite activities. Running, biking, hiking are all very enjoyable during the first half of the day. And when it gets warmer, fishing, rafting, and (finally) floating the Boise river. It's a little later than usual, but the Boise river is now open for floating for the season.Read More
Congratulations to the team members at Primary Health Medical Group for earning the distinction of the 3rd Best Place to Work in Idaho (among large employers). The awards were revealed on April 21 in Boise.
Employees are given anonymous surveys that measure workplace satisfaction and are scored in each of the following categories:
- Compensation and benefits
- Work environment
- Company management
- Employee growth and development
- Work-life balance
Dr. David Peterman, President of Primary Health Medical Group, and members of the Primary Health Customer Service Committee were on hand to accept the award.Read More
There are many situations when the Emergency Department is the right place for patients to go: serious head injuries, chest pain - true emergency situations. But research shows that time and time again many of the patients visiting the Emergency Departments at hospitals could be served at Urgent Care clinics. And in faster time. And for less money.Read More
Idaho is a great state to live in - and especially the Treasure Valley (which encompasses Boise and the surrounding area). But don't just take my word for it.
The State of Idaho Department of Commerce tracks all good news Idaho-related. And just what is the good news?Read More