Primary Health Medical Group has announced plans to open three new clinics: two in Boise and one in Kuna, in 2020 and 2021.
All three clinics will offer walk-in urgent care and family medicine by appointment, each with 11 exam rooms, an X-ray suite, trauma room, lab and procedure room in about 6,300 square feet, according to a press release.
This will be the first Primary Health clinic in Kuna, adding to the existing 19 locations in the Treasure Valley.
“What’s exciting about these new locations is that we’re serving both new and established neighborhoods,” Primary Health CEO David Peterman said in the release. “In Kuna, where patients have been asking us to build for years, people who live and work in that area will have now a choice when it comes to urgent care, and more options for family medicine services.”
The first new clinic will be in Boise at Cole Road and Fairview Avenue, near the former site of Cole Elementary and a new Maverik store planned for the same intersection. Groundbreaking is anticipated for this fall with an opening in March 2020.
The second new clinic will be in Kuna at Deer Flat and Meridian roads, with groundbreaking tentatively scheduled for spring 2020 and a grand opening in the fall.
The third new clinic will be in Boise at the northeast corner of the Cole and Victory roads intersection. Construction will begin after ACHD completes its improvement project at the same location, with a projected grand opening in 2021.
“At Cole and Victory, residential growth is booming and the area is underserved in terms of health care,” Peterman said. “The nearest clinics are at least 2 miles away and are already quite busy.”
Primary Health is in network for virtually all insurance plans, and a discount is offered for self-pay patients, according to the release. Additional new clinics opened in 2019 in Meridian and Caldwell.