Walk In Medical Care When You Need It
We know you can’t always wait for an appointment. That is why we have partnered with Physicians Immediate Care Center. Through this partnership, North Canyon Quick Care offers non-emergent care seven days a week. Our quick care clinic is conveniently located just north of Twin Falls at the junction of US Highway 93 and Interstate 84. This location is known as the Crossroads Point Business Center.
No appointment is needed, and we accept most insurances.
Comprehensive Non-Emergent Care
North Canyon Quick Care is ready to serve patients who experience unexpected and spontaneous healthcare issues that come up after hours, on weekends, or any other time a patient’s regular family medicine doctor isn’t available. Our flexible hours allow patients who need to see a physician urgently the opportunity to get the treatment they need without waiting days for care. At North Canyon Quick Care, we are usually able to see patients within 30 minutes.
The symptoms and scenarios we address at North Canyon Quick Care run the gamut - from sore throats to severe headaches, colds to bladder infections, and vomiting to diarrhea - we understand the unexpected. People can become spontaneously sick in the middle of the afternoon, or they can be involved in an accident with cuts, lacerations, burns, and fractures - when this happens, we are here to help. We treat issues like these on a daily basis.
North Canyon Quick Care is also the perfect partner for those in need of work-related health services. Businesses work more efficiently when they have a partner who understands how to keep their employees healthy before an injury occurs. Should something happen, North Canyon Quick Care provides the proper treatment to get employees back to work quickly. We also administer drug screens for random drug tests, and provide X-rays and stitches for work-related slips, falls, and cuts. We even provide immigration physicals.
Services like these mean North Canyon Quick Care is also a great option for companies in need of employee drug screenings and physicals as part of their new employee onboarding process. Employers may want to know that their new hires are up to the physical challenges of the positions they have been hired for - whether driving a truck, working in agriculture, building houses, or working in a shipping or manufacturing warehouse, employers need their hires ready for the job.