Providence Medical Group- Tanasbourne Immediate Care
Updates and Important Information
Our immediate care clinics provide treatment for minor illnesses or injuries that do not require hospitalization but need direct attention. Patients with life-threatening injuries, accidental poisonings, behavioral health or chemical dependency issues, or those who might be victims of a crime (such as an assault) should be seen in a hospital emergency department. In addition, if you experience a life-threatening injury or illness at any time, call 911 immediately or visit the nearest hospital emergency room.
- Sore throats
- Burns and bites
- Sports injuries
- DOT physicals
- Sports physicals
- General medical care
Taking New Clients
Medical Service Types
- Urgent Care
- Please call in advance to schedule interpretation
Fees and Proof of Income Documents
- Providence health plans, most major health plans accepted.
- Accepts Medicare & OHP
- Financial aid available. Eligibility based on tax/income evaluation. For more information, visit Providence – Financial Assistance.
Immediate care offers a variety of services. However, patients under four months of age need to be seen in a different setting, such as an Emergency Department that offers Pediatric emergency services*. Immediate care does not provide routine immunizations or narcotic medication refills.