Walk-ins Welcome

Current Wait Time: 5 minutes

Our urgent care facility provides immediate medical attention for unexpected ailments, welcoming walk-ins without appointments. Whether you're seeking prompt treatment or sudden relief, our doors are open to address your medical needs promptly and efficiently.

    • Injuries such as cuts, bruises, and abrasions
    • Sprains and strains
    • Fractures and dislocations
    • Upper respiratory infections like colds, flu, and bronchitis
    • Allergies and allergic reactions
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Ear infections and earaches
    • Sinus infections and sinusitis
    • Sore throat and strep throat
    • Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
    • Skin infections and rashes
    • Burns and sunburns
    • Gastrointestinal issues such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and food poisoning
    • Headaches and migraines
    • Fever in children and adults
    • Insect bites and stings
    • Allergic reactions
    • Asthma exacerbations and wheezing
    • Joint pain and arthritis flare-ups
    • Dental pain and toothaches
    • Minor eye injuries and foreign body removal
    • Rash evaluation, including poison ivy and hives
    • Wound care and suture removal
    • Dehydration and intravenous (IV) fluid administration
    • Travel medicine consultations and vaccinations
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and treatment
    • Evaluation and management of minor psychiatric concerns, such as anxiety and depression.

Medical Imaging

Teton Medical Group provides comprehensive diagnostic services, including medical imaging such as X-rays, to aid in accurate diagnoses and treatment planning. Our state-of-the-art imaging technology and experienced radiology team ensure precise and timely results, enhancing the quality of patient care. Whether it's detecting fractures, assessing internal injuries, or monitoring treatment progress, we utilize advanced imaging techniques to support your healthcare needs.

Laboratory Diagnostic Testing

Teton Medical Group offers convenient in-house laboratory diagnostic testing, providing quick and accurate results to aid in patient care. For more complex lab tests, we collaborate with Madison Health and Express Lab, ensuring comprehensive and reliable diagnostic services to meet the diverse needs of our patients. Our commitment to quality healthcare extends to accessing a wide range of laboratory resources to facilitate precise diagnoses and effective treatment plans.


At Teton Medical Group, we provide a range of urgent care treatments, including casting, suturing, and other procedures to address acute medical needs promptly. Our skilled medical team is equipped to handle various injuries and conditions, ensuring efficient and effective care to help patients recover quickly. Whether you have a fracture, laceration, or other urgent healthcare concern, you can trust Teton Medical Group to deliver compassionate and expert treatment tailored to your needs.

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Do You Accept Walk-in Visits?

Yes, Teton Medical Group takes walk-in visits.

How Long is the Average Wait Time?

At Teton Medical Group, we prioritize urgent medical scenarios and ensure prompt attention to get you seen quickly. A patient is typically seen within 5 minutes in urgent cases.

Does My Insurance Cover an Urgent Care Visit?

Most major insurance plans cover urgent care visits. Teton Medical Group accepts all major insurances, ensuring accessibility to comprehensive healthcare services for our patients.

What’s the Difference between Urgent Care and Emergency Rooms (ER)?

Several key differences between the healthcare provided at an urgent care center and an emergency room at a hospital or standalone facility:

  • Urgent care clinics treat non-life-threatening, non-chronic conditions while ERs handle life-threatening emergencies.
  • Urgent care clinics are typically much less expensive than a hospital emergency room – This is because emergency rooms are required to have a certain number of staff on site at all locations, have specialized equipment to address life-threatening emergencies, and be open 24 hours a day.
  • Urgent care clinics are a good option for patients who need quick treatment but do not have a life-threatening condition.