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Family Medicine Health Center serves our community by focusing on providing comprehensive health care to individuals and families. Human beings are the population we serve. Gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion or sexual orientation do not interfere, in any way, with the care we aim to provide. We support diversity, compassion, and our mission is to serve all. We constantly strive to make healthcare accessible and equitable to the underserved and vulnerable populations in our community.

FMHC’s Patient Centered team is dedicated to providing care to your entire family from the beginning of life through end of life care; serving Ada and Canyon Counties as well as surrounding areas, through excellent health care, education, research, and community outreach. We serve patients from all across the world; with over 55 languages spoken, we have qualified interpreters readily available to help assist individuals in communicating with their primary care physician about their health.

Select one of our services below to learn more information:

ACCESS TO ALL

Family Medicine Health Center is committed to serving the community and their health needs. No one will be denied access to services due to the inability to pay.

  • There is a discounted fee schedule available to patients who qualify. Please click HERE to learn more and apply for Sliding Fee.
  • We accept Medicare and Medicaid.
  • We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

Did you know that we have an After-Hours Nurse available to take your call?

Even after regular clinic hours have ended, you still have the ability to contact a nurse with your health-related questions. Individuals can speak with a registered nurse by simply calling any of our FMHC locations; easy prompts will direct your call to the appropriate system.

If you believe you are having a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately.

 

The Family Medicine Health Center follows the Centers for Disease Control Guideline for Prescribing Opioids. We try to use alternatives to opioid medications  and, if opioids are needed, prescribe the lowest effective dosage. We do not prescribe chronic high dose opioid therapy for patients other than cancer and hospice patients.