• Convenient Care FAQs

  • Adults and children over 6 months of age are welcome. We treat medical conditions that need care right away, but are not life-threatening.
    The clinic is staffed by highly qualified health care providers including nurse practitioners and physician assistants overseen by a group of physicians.
    No, patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

    No. Services are designed for urgent problems. Physical exams, check-ups and other routine care should be scheduled with your primary care provider. Unless it is an emergency, it is best to first seek the advice and services of your own primary care provider. If you cannot get in to see your own doctor this clinic is a great option for care.

    If you do not have a primary care provider, we recommend any one of our physicians, midlevels, APRN's and PA's at St. Catherine Hospital or Siena Medical. Search for a provider.

    No, the clinic will not notify your provider. That will be your responsibility.
    • X-rays
    • Fingerstick Glucose
    • Automated Urinalysis
    • Occult Blood
    • Influenza A and B
    • Group A Strep Screen
    • Urine Pregnancy Testing
    • Basic Metabolic Panel with Hemoglobin & Hematocrit
    • Plus many more
    Yes. Workers Compensation will be accepted.
    EMS will be called to transport you to the St. Catherine Hospital Emergency Department located at 401 E. Spruce. Please see a list of conditions treated at the clinic.
    A visit to the clinic is normally a lower cost for patients than an Emergency Department visit. Depending on your insurance, a patient at the clinic will pay a co-pay similar to what they may pay for a doctor's office visit.
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