Free Health Screening
October 5, 2021
Beginning Tuesday, March 2, 2021, Panhandle Health will be offering free health screenings (BP, fasting glucose, hemoglobin A1c, BMI and a complete lipid panel) to our patients with the intention of identifying persons with excessive risk for diabetes, stroke and heart disease. These screenings will occur on the first Tuesday of every month during clinic hours beginning at 5:30 pm.
Screenings take approximately 30 minutes and are at no cost to the patient.
Patients identified with health screening concerns will be referred to the BPiCC clinic staff when the persons identified have no access to an existing health care/primary care provider in the community or have no resources to be able to follow through with a visit to the previously established Primary Care Provider.
BPICC provides care for minor and chronic health issues including,
but not limited to:
Cold/flu symptoms, blood pressure, thyroid, diabetes, joint pain, back/neck pain, asthma/allergy, leg/foot/arm/hand pain, bladder/bowel, abdominal pain, rash/hives/skin, ear/nose/throat.
We also provide the following services:
Blood pressure monitoring, lab testing and review, blood sugar monitoring and assistance with some diagnostic testing and specialist referrals.
NOTE: We are unable to provide care for: cuts, broken bones or pregnancy. We do not provide general physicals, sport exams, vision exams, dental care, family planning or STD testing.Download our new patient paperwork »
The clinic is operated on a first come, first served basis and we provide services for up to 8 patients per clinic night.
Line up starts at 5:00 p.m.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
The clinic is here for uninsured or seriously under-insured residents who might not otherwise be able to obtain medical treatment. Patients with private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare and the ability to pay are not eligible for services.
Please contact us at
208-255-9099 to find out
if you qualify for services.
We do not charge for services provided at the clinic, but your donation is welcome. The cost of a typical doctor's office visit is $140-$180, and any amount that you can afford will help us to offset that cost and continue providing services for other uninsured members of our community.