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Tri–State Convenient Care Clinic brings quality care close to home. Offering convenient, quality care at a lower cost. Currently located inside the Rosauers Supermarkets in Lewiston, Idaho, and Moscow, Idaho!
About Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic:
Same day service, no appointment necessary
Treatment for basic, non-life threatening injuries and illness
Insurance is not billed at this location, cash pay at time of service (may also pay with check or credit card)
Staffed by Nurse Practitioners
Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic offers a broad range of services to keep you and your family healthy! In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses, injuries, and skin conditions, the Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic provides wellness services, including vaccinations, and physicals. The family nurse practitioners provide services for both adults and children 18 months and over. If you are not currently established with a provider, the clinic also offers easy access for referrals to primary care providers at Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus.
Your payment responsibility may vary based on your reason for visit. Tri-State Convenient Care’s charges vary based on the number of symptoms or conditions a patient has, and whether the patient is in need of more than one service. Most visits fall within the ranges provided, but charges can exceed these ranges in more complex cases. PLEASE NOTE: Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic DOES NOT bill medical insurance. For all visits, payment is due at the time of service. Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic accepts cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and check (return check fee is $25.00). Health Savings Account (HSA) payments are accepted here.
If you'd like to see how affordable our services are, review our Services and Price List below, or download here.
Convenient Care vs. Urgent Care (Minor Care)
Convenient Care tackles the most minor of cases, such as ear infections, soar throats, seasonal or minor allergies (non-life threatening), coughs, colds, fever and flu-like symptoms, immunizations (TDAP [tetanus], and flu), minor burns and rashes, skin issues, and urinary tract infections. Convenient Care can also provide basic preventative care, such as sports physicals.
Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic is a fast, affordable way to receive treatment. No insurance necessary, accepts Health Savings Account payments.
Urgent Care (Minor Care) handles those less serious medical conditions that still require immediate treatment, but are not life threatening. These medical conditions include, but are not limited to, accidents and injuries such as sprains, strains, broken bones, and cuts that require stitches, respiratory infections, colds and flu, employment physicals, x-rays, and work-related injuries
Tri-State Minor Care Center is available when you are not able to make an appointment with your primary care provider. All existing patients, as well as new patients, can seek medical attention at Tri-State Minor Care Center. Tri-State Minor Care Center is located at 1267 Belmont Way, Clarkston, WA.
Dail 911 immediately for any medical problem that is considered life-threatening. If you are unable to call 911, ask someone to call for your or take you to the nearest emergency room.