Minor Care Center

We treat non-life threatening injuries and illnesses while being the primary testing site for COVID-19

Open 6 Days a Week, No Appointments Needed

TriState Minor Care Center is the place to turn when you need healthcare during your busy day, weekend, or when you primary care provider’s office is closed. We provide quality, cost-effective treatment for minor injuries and illness on a walk-in basis, six days a week – no appointments needed. Our Minor Care Center offers full-service X-rays on site. Each time you walk through our doors, our dedicated staff works hard to provide exceptional healthcare for you and your loved ones. We accept all insurances as well as self-pay patients. You do not have to be an established patient at TriState Health to be seen at TriState Minor Care.

What is considered a minor care visit?

If you are not suffering from an acute respiratory illness, but you need treatment right away for non-life threatening injury and illness, visit one of our three family practice clinics. 

  • TriState Family Practice & Internal Medicine, Clarkston
  • TriState Family Practice, Clearwater
  • TriState Family Practice, Lewiston

Some examples of conditions appropriate for a minor care visit include:

  • When you can’t get in to see your primary care provider
  • Nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting
  • Colds, flu, fever, sore throat, cough, and congestion
  • Allergies and rashes
  • Migraines and earaches
  • Minor broken bones
  • Minor cuts and burns
  • Sprains or strains
  • Infections

What is considered an emergency?

When you need immediate treatment for life-threatening injury and illness, seek emergency medical care. Our Minor Care Center is not a substitute for emergency treatment. Some examples of conditions that require emergency medical care include:

  • Chest pain, difficulty breathing, or shortness of breath
  • Numbness in the face, arms, or legs
  • Heavy, uncontrollable bleeding
  • Moderate to severe cuts and burns
  • Severe broken bones
  • High fevers
  • Poisoning
  • Convulsions, seizures, or loss of consciousness
  • Convulsions, seizures, or loss of consciousness
  • Pregnancy related problems
  • Fever in newborn (less than 3 months old)
  • Serious head, neck, or back injury

Dial 9-1-1 immediately for any medical problem that is considered life-threatening. If you are unable to call 9-1-1, ask someone to call for you or take you to the nearest emergency care facility.

Should you go to your primary care provider, minor care, or the ER?

Our Providers at our Minor Care Center