Appointments

Family Medical Center can be found at 360 East Liberty.  The main doors to the clinic are wheelchair accessible.

HOURS

Monday - Friday:  8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Thursdays:             8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Closed from        12:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

 

PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO COMPLETE THE NECESSARY FORMS. THANK YOU.

8 a.m.–5 p.m.  •  Monday–Friday

Open Until 7 p.m., Thursdays

Walk-ins Welcome

208-549-4424

360 EAST LIBERTY, WEISER IDAHO

IS AN APPOINTMENT NECESSARY?

When visiting Family Medical Center, we recommend you make an appointment.  We do take same day appointments and walk-in patients. Patients who need this service will simply need to appear during the posted hours and have the following with them:

 

  •  Current photo identification
  •  Insurance card

 

WHAT IS THE ESTIMATED WAIT TIME TO BE SEEN?

The amount of time that a patient will have to wait without an appointment will vary; however, in most cases, we are able to get our patients in within 30 minutes. If it is busier and there are more patients coming to receive care, then the wait may be longer. Patients are typically seen in the order that they arrive in; however, if a patient appears to have a more serious condition that requires immediate care they may take priority. Some reasons patients may take priority include but are not limited to; chest pains, uncontrollable bleeding, and trouble breathing. If the type of treatment that is needed goes beyond what Family Medical Center offers, then the patient may need to be transferred to the emergency room.

WHEN TO VISIT THE EMERGENCY ROOM?

There are a number of concerns or issues that may

go past the scope of the usual visit to Family Medical Center. This can include:

 

  •  Trouble speaking
  •  A loss of consciousness
  •  Severe cases of asthma
  •  Symptoms of a heart attack
  •  A severe allergic reaction
  •  Weakness or numbness on one side of the body
  •  Overdose
  •  Poisoning
  •  Bleeding that is not able to be controlled
  •  Severe injuries
  •  Seizures
  •  Any problems that require police help or         the evaluation by a psychiatrist.
  •  Rape
  • Domestic abuse