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Primary Care Locations
Primary Care Providers
Our primary care providers deliver complete health care to patients of all ages. We encourage you to establish care with one of our primary care providers so they get to know you, your medical history and can provide more personalized care. It also provides the opportunity to recommend routine screenings so health issues can be caught early. By forming a relationship with the same primary care provider, you are investing in your long-term health.
Our primary care clinics also provide integrated behavioral health services to care for patients in need of counseling and other behavioral health interventions. Our licensed social workers also provide screening and interventions to include social determinants of health so that we can assist patients with creating social, physical, and economic environments that assist with attaining the full potential for health and well-being.
Pediatricians - Care for children from birth through adolescence – everything from routine checkups to vaccinations to treatment for specific illnesses. Our highly experienced pediatricians, advanced practice providers and pediatric residents partner with parents to help support healthy growth and development. When there’s a serious illness or injury, our pediatricians team up with specialists in Missoula, at Seattle Children’s and/or other regional hospitals to ensure all children get the specialized care they need.
Family Medicine Providers - Treat everything from minor colds and fevers, newborn and well child care, adolescent care, women’s health services to management of chronic conditions requiring long-term care, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Our providers also help keep you healthy with preventative care and annual physicals.
Internal Medicine - Focus exclusively on adult medicine. They treat adult primary care patients who are medically complex, specialize in diagnosing the wide variety of diseases that commonly affect adults, and provide additional services to improve patient and community health. Our clinic also includes a palliative care nurse practitioner, licensed social worker, and a dietitian.
- Care for acute illnesses ( coughs, colds, flus, fevers, UTIs, and upper respiratory infections)
- Preventative exams and screenings (babies, children, adolescents and adults)
- Management of chronic conditions (allergies, depression, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, etc.)
- Women’s health services (pelvic exams, breast exams, Pap tests, contraception management and family planning)
- Palliative care and advanced care planning
- Diagnosis of sprains, strains and other musculoskeletal concerns
- Immunizations including Flu vaccinations
- Sports physicals
- Behavioral health interventions
- Common dermatologic complaints including rashes and skin growths
- Minor surgical procedures including skin biopsies, joint injections, ingrown toenails, simple cyst removal, etc.
This clinic is a department of Community Medical Center. When you see a physician or receive services in a provider-based clinic, you are technically being treated in an outpatient department of the hospital rather than the physician’s office. Please refer to “Understanding your Healthcare Costs” to learn how your bill may be affected when seen by a provider in a provider-based clinic.
Understanding Your Healthcare Costs
Provider-Based Clinics - You may see a charge on your bill for the equipment, supplies, and services provided in one of our provider-based clinics.