Primary Health is home to the Treasure Valley’s only Pediatric Urgent Care clinic, open 7 days a week from 6 AM – 10 PM. Our advanced pediatric team offers high-quality care for illnesses and injuries, in a brand new clinic designed just for kids.
We understand a trip to urgent care can be stressful for both the child and their caregiver. That’s why we’ve designed every aspect of Pediatric Urgent Care to be prompt, caring, and appropriate for kids.
Our average appointment time is just 44 minutes from check-in to check-out. No appointment is required, but parents may reserve their same-day visit online ahead of time for a shorter wait* in-clinic.
Every member of our health care team specializes in caring for children and has received additional education and training essential to caring for children in Pediatric Urgent Care.
The lobby has been designed to entertain babies and children of all ages. For younger patients, we’ve carefully selected easy-to-clean toys that promote imaginative play, and a digital wall aquarium for visual stimulation. Our outdoor play area with safe animal toys makes it easy for your child to get the wiggles out before their visit.
Teens and parents will appreciate the comfortable seating, TVs, free WiFi and USB charging outlets.
Each exam room features colorful, soothing designs by an Idaho artist, natural finishes and technology to facilitate the sharing of information between parent and provider.
Cost and Payment
Urgent Care costs up to 75% less than the ER, and we are in network for all insurance plans except Humana.
For self-pay patients, we offer a cash discount on some services, or patients may pay a minimum of $50 at the time of service and make regular monthly payments thereafter.
All Primary Health clinics are connected using electronic health records. You will have access to your child’s Patient Account, through which you can get lab results, request refills, email the provider directly and much more. Learn more about how to access your Patient Account.
*Walk-in patients may be seen first depending on timing and urgency of condition.