What is The Walk-In Clinic?
The Walk-In Clinic allows you to see a doctor or nurse practitioner five
days a week, without making an appointment. The Walk-In Clinic provides
you with the care you need for a variety of minor illnesses and injuries
such as cough and colds, flu, sore throat, ear infection, allergies, rashes,
urinary tract infections, athletic injuries and more. We also provide
school-, sports- and work-related physicals.
Can I be seen without an appointment?
Of course. Please stop by anytime from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. The clinic is closed daily for lunch.
Can I come in if I am having a medical emergency?
It would be better to call 9-1-1 or to go directly to Humboldt General
Hospital's Emergency Department, which is just across from our clinic.
What type of medical professionals will I see at The Walk-In Clinic?
You will be cared for by a physician or a family nurse practitioner.
I have a family doctor. Can I still use The Walk-In Clinic's services?
Yes. Patients often seek care when their family doctor is not available.
After your immediate needs are met, you may return to your own doctor
or to The Walk-In Clinic for follow-up care, or you may be referred to
What if I need hospital care?
We do not admit patients to the hospital. We encourage you to develop a
relationship with a primary care physician who can provide on-going care
and, when necessary, admit you to the hospital. If you need to be admitted
to the hospital following a visit to The Walk-In Clinic, you will be sent
to Humboldt General Hospital's Emergency Department.
Do you offer flu shots?
Yes, with no appointment necessary.
Do you accept insurance?
The Walk-In Clinic is a participating provider in a wide variety of programs.
Please check to determine your co-pay and deductible requirements or just
ask us to verify coverage when you come in. You also may call us at (775)
625-7000 for more information.
Will my insurance company cover my visit to The Walk-In Clinic?
Most insurance companies do cover visits to our clinic; however, we recommend
that you consult your insurance company for more information. Many insurance
companies require co-pays, which should be listed on your insurance card.
If your co-pay is not listed, our staff will assist you.
Do you accept credit cards and checks?
Yes, we accept Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, personal
checks (ID may be required) and company checks.
Do you accept Medicare, Medicaid and Nevada CheckUp?
Do your personnel speak Spanish?
We have several staff members who speak Spanish and can translate for you
if that is your preferred language.
Can I request a copy of my medical records for my current physician?
Yes, you can request a copy of your medical records by filling out and
Medical Records Release Form (CFPC to other Physician).
How can I get my medical records from my past or current physician?
You can request your medical records from your past or current physician
by filling out and signing
Medical Records Release Form (Last Physician to CFPC) and taking the form to your previous physician who should fax your complete
medical record to us.
Can you share information about my treatment with my primary care doctor?
Yes, we always forward a copy of your treatment record to your primary
care or specialty physician.
Who should I contact with a patient service complaint?
Please call Humboldt General Hospital's Quality/Risk Management Director
at (775) 623-5222, ext. 1180.
Do you provide any imaging or laboratory services?
All imaging and laboratory services are performed on the Humboldt General
What do I need to bring to the clinic?
Please bring a picture ID, your insurance card (if you will be using insurance),
a list of current medications and the name of your primary care physician.
Please be sure to let our staff know of ANY allergies, current medications
and your medical history. All persons under the age of 18 should be accompanied
by a legal guardian in order to be seen.
Will it cost me more to go to The Walk-In Clinic than to go to the Emergency
For all non-life threatening conditions, The Walk-In Clinic should be used.You'll
find our prices are substantially less than what you would pay in the
How long will I have to wait?
We are a walk-in facility and our average wait time is about 15 minutes.
Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis, and depending on
the severity of the illness or injury. Please understand that the number
of patients coming to our clinic at any particular time varies; therefore,
you may have to wait a little longer. We always do our best to make sure
you are seen as promptly as possible.
What if I need stitches?
Our physicians can stitch minor cuts.
What if I have a broken bone?
Our physicians can care for mild fractures.
What kinds of patients do you see?
All children, including infants, and adults are welcome any time. We treat
medical conditions which require prompt care but are not life-threatening.
Can you do physicals?
We can do physicals for school, sports and work.
What if I'm injured at work?
We treat minor injuries that occur on the job. If it is a medical emergency,
employers and patients are encouraged to go directly to Humboldt General
Hospital's Emergency Department. We also work with employers to provide
drug testing and physicals for their employees. Ask your risk management
supervisor or human resources department if you can be treated at The