Important service information: Urgent Care - North closed

St. Peter's Health Urgent Care – North is closed until further notice as we work to cleanup damage from a small, after-hours equipment fire. Please use the St. Peter's Urgent Care  - Regional Medical Center (hospital) for walk-in needs. The St. Peter's Health Medical Group - North Clinic is open for other services and appointments. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. 

Trusted walk-in care

For life's unexpected illnesses and injuries, St. Peter's Health Urgent Care provides the medical care you need when you need it at one of two convenient walk-in medical facilities in Helena. An appointment is never necessary to quickly receive comprehensive medical treatment.

  • Two full service locations open every day
  • Local providers with decades of experience 
  • Access to X-ray, lab testing and all hospital resources

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Services and offerings

Urgent Care has access to all hospital resources and clinics are staffed by physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and other professional staff, all of whom have experience working in urgent care and emergency department settings.

Our clinic at the Regional Medical Center is open at 7 a.m. every day, open until 8 p.m. on weekdays and 6 p.m. on weekends (excluding major holidays). 

It's important to note that if you have symptoms including chest pain, signs of stroke or fainting you should visit the Emergency Department. If your presenting complaint falls outside those treated under Urgent Care guidelines, you may be directed to the Emergency Department. 

Conditions Treated

The Urgent Care team at St. Peter’s Health provides a wide range of services for the treatment of conditions including:

  • Abrasions
  • Back pain, minor
  • Burns, minor
  • Bruises
  • Cough
  • Dental pain
  • Suture removal
  • Ear ache
  • Eye Injuries, minor
  • Lacerations, minor
  • Minor injuries
  • Muscle aches
  • Rash
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Sinus pressure/pain
  • Sore throat
  • Sprains/strains
  • Sport, school and camp physicals
  • Wound checks
  • Insect/tick bites

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Urgent Care Providers

When do I go to Urgent Care vs. the Emergency Department?

Urgent Care: Non-life threatening condition, but need to see a provider today Emergency Department: Care is needed now or person could die
  • Sprains/broken bones
  • Coughs, colds, flu
  • Animal/bug bites
  • Rash
  • Mild asthma
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Eye, Ear, Skin infection
  • Back pain
  • Minor burns or injuries
  • Sports physical
  • Dental pain
  • Suture removal
  • Signs of a stroke
  • Chest Pain, heart attack
  • Sudden allergic reaction
  • Fainting
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Head injury
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Severe vomiting or passing blood
  • Blurred or loss of vision
  • Poisoning or possible overdose

Insurance information

Most major insurance plans are accepted. Patients are responsible for either a co–pay or the charges.

For those who are insured, St. Peter’s Health recommends contacting the insurance company before a visit to verify coverage, including co–pays, co–insurance, or deductibles. For the uninsured or those preferring to pay out–of–pocket, St. Peter’s Health accepts cash, checks, and credit cards.

Location(s) of Urgent Care Services