UrgentCare

UrgentCare offers a fast and cost effective alternative to the ER or a primary care physician visit. The services provided by this facility offer patients another local alternative to seek timely medical care. There is on-site x-ray, lab services, and a medical team to care for pressing but non-emergent medical needs including:

  • Fevers, coughs and flu
  • Sore throats
  • Earaches
  • Cuts, abrasions and lacerations
  • Fractures and sprains
  • Burns
  • Upset stomach and vomiting
  • Allergic reactions
  • Asthma
  • Acute back and neck pain
  • And other medical needs

For a complete menu of services and to pre-register visit our eScheduling App. You can also view a menu of services below.

Hours of Operation

*Open 7 days a week*
Monday - Friday: 9am to 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am to 5pm
Holiday Hours (Dec. 26th and Jan. 2nd): 9am to 5pm

Address

104 Centennial Drive, Suite 103, Livingston, MT 59047
406-222-0030

Insurance & Payment

UrgentCare accepts most insurances and has self-pay options using cash, credit, or check. Patients are encouraged to visit our UrgentCare FAQ page for more information on accepted insurances.

Menu of Services

Illnesses or Minor Problems

Allergies

Cost: $92.50

May be seasonal or year round. Common symptoms may include sneezing, a stuffy or runny nose, itchy or watery eyes, and may have an itchy throat or itchy ears.

Anemia

Cost: $125

Also known as "low iron". Common causes may include poor iron in diet, virus/bacteria infections, reaction or side effect of medications, or bleeding. Common symptoms may include weakness, fatigue (tired), skin color looking pale and sometimes even shortness of breath with activity.

Anxiety

Cost: $125

A feeling of being anxious or nervous. Common symptoms may include hyperventilating, racing heart, sweating and fear.

Arthritis

Cost: $125

Inflamed or swollen joint(s). Common symptoms may include swelling, pain, and stiffness.

Asthma

Cost: $125

May become worse with exercise, colds, bronchitis or allergies; common symptoms may include a frequent dry cough, wheezing or mild shortness of breath. NOTE: if life-threatening shortness of breath or illness call 911 or go the nearest Emergency Room.

Bladder or Urinary Tract Infection

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include bacteria infection, dehydration, virus, kidney stone, sexual transmitted infection. Common symptoms may include urinating frequently, persisting urge to urinate, and pain or burning with urinating.

Bronchitis

Cost: $92.50

Often is inflammation of the bronchus caused by a virus or bacteria. Common symptoms include coughing, sometimes a thick mucous causes chest congestion, fatigue, fever and sometimes wheezing.

Cold Sores

Cost: $92.50

Often caused by a virus infection. Common symptoms may include a blister or sore on or near the lips or mouth.

Common Colds

Cost: $92.50

Common symptoms may include a runny or stuffy nose, mild sore throat, cough, nasal congestion, fatigue, low grade fever, ear pressure or pain, and sometimes watery eyes.

Diarrhea Only

Cost: $92.50

Often caused by infection from a virus/bacteria/parasite or reaction to food/medication. Common symptoms may include frequent loose or watery stools, and often times accompanied by a stomach ache.

Ear Aches/Problems

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include ear aches may be a middle or outer ear infection, foreign object in the ear, fluid in the middle ear, or minor injury. Common symptoms may include ear itching, pressure, pain, ear drainage, fever, or decreased hearing.

Ear Wax Removal

Cost: $92.50

Often ear wax may build up in the ear canal. Common symptoms may include poor hearing, a full feeling, itching, tenderness, or irritation. To clear ear wax a therapeutic washing out of wax buildup is used and sometime may need an ear wax softener.

Eye Infections/Problems

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include infection, stye, dry eyes, allergies, foreign objects causing irritation, or virus. Common symptoms may include redness, itching, irritation, pain, pressure, fever, swelling, draining/crusted (matting) or tearing, sudden problems seeing.

Gout

Cost: $125

Often from a type of arthritis or increase uric acid level. Common symptoms may include pain or swelling/inflammation of joints usually toes/feet, redness, pain with walking/standing or burning/hot feeling.

Headaches

Cost: $125

Common causes may include stress, migraines, dehydration, viruses or bacteria infections, allergies, sinus pressure. Common symptoms may include pain to head, vision changes, congestion, pounding or throbbing, fatigue (tired) or ringing/buzzing in the ears.

Hemorrhoids

Cost: $92.50

Swollen veins inside/outside the rectum/anus. Common causes include constipation, recent child birth or diet lacking fiber. Common symptoms may include pain with bowel movements, slight bright red blood with bowel movement, swelling/inflammation at or inside the rectum and sometimes pain with sitting or activity such as riding a bike.

Flu/Influenza

Cost: $92.50

Commonly known as the Influenza virus. Common symptoms of Influenza may include coughing, sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, chills, fevers, irritated or watering eyes, and congestion. Possibly to require additional lab charge.

Laryngitis

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include sore throat, viruses, allergies, frequent coughing or reflux (GERD). Common symptoms may include hoarse or loss of voice, sore throat, discomfort with swallowing, runny or stuffy nose, low grade fever or tender lymph nodes.

Medication Side Effects

Cost: $125

Sometimes medications either prescribed or over the counter cause problems or interaction with your body. Common side effects of many medications may include simple allergy reactions such as rash/hives, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, dizziness, change in mood, body aches, fatigue/drowsiness (tired), headaches, stomach ache, constipation.

Mononucleosis Infection

Cost: $92.50

Usually caused by the Epstein Barr Virus. Common symptoms may include sore throat, fever, swollen lymph nodes, neck pain, body aches, chills, fatigue (tired), headache and sometimes stomach ache. Possibly to require additional lab charge.

Genital Problem or Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Cost: $125

Common causes of genital problems may include chaffing or skin irritation, allergic reaction, a bacteria/virus/yeast infection or sometimes sexually transmitted infections. Common symptoms may include, itching, irritation, pain, drainage/discharge cracked or open skin or sores, redness/rash/blisters on the genitals or surrounding skin, fever, body aches, chills, stomach pain, nausea/vomiting or bad odor. Possibly to require additional lab charges.

Rashes/Minor Skin Problems

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include ringworm, chicken pox or shingles, eczema, impetigo, allergic skin reaction, virus, bacteria, yeast infection, sunburn, ingrown hair, foreign object in the skin, poison ivy/oak, psoriasis, dry skin, anxiety reaction, medication side effect, skin color changes or small bruises. Common symptoms may include itching, irritation, redness, pain, mild swelling, blisters, fever, body aches, dry or flaking skin, cracking of skin, pus or draining sores, rough patches or scaly skin.

Sinus Infections

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include colds, congestion, sinus infections either bacteria or virus, foreign objects in the nose/sinuses or allergies. Common symptoms may include stuffy and/or runny nose, sinus pressure or pain, post nasal drip, dry or sometimes hacking cough, fevers, headaches.

Splinter/Sliver Removal

Cost: $92.50

Often a result of a minor injury to the skin after a puncture from a foreign object that becomes stuck in the skin such as a piece of glass/metal/wood/tack/nail and sometimes dirt or gravel. Common symptoms may include bleeding, redness, swelling, itching, pain or infection. Sometimes additional treatment is needed and this may require a tetanus booster vaccine, stitches, staples or skin glue.

Stomach Ache/Problems

Cost: $125

Common causes may include viruses/bacteria/yeast infections, reaction to food or medications, heartburn/acid reflux (GERD), ulcers, gas, constipation, diverticulitis, appendicitis, irritable bowel syndrome, parasites, dehydration and many more. Common symptoms may include an upset stomach/nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps or sharp pains, diarrhea, body aches, chills, fatigue (tired), fever, rash and sometimes dehydration.

Tonsillitis/Sore Throat

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include an infection of bacteria/yeast/viruses, allergies, frequent coughing, mono, strep throat, post nasal drip, or acid reflux (GERD). Common symptoms may include pain with swallowing/talking, enlarged tonsils or tender lymph nodes on the neck, a change in voice or laryngitis, runny or stuffy nose, fever, headache, fatigue (tired), body aches, chills and sometimes stomach ache. Possibly to require additional lab charge.

Toothache

Cost: $92.50

Common causes may include tooth injury, infection, cracked tooth, jaw problems, teeth grinding, cavities, Common symptoms may include pain, trouble chewing, pressure, jaw ache, headache, fever, drainage/pus on gums/tooth/mouth, sores in mouth, and swelling in mouth/face.

Yeast Infections

Cost: $92.50

Commonly in the mouth (thrush), on the skin, feet/toes (athletes foot), or genitals. Common symptoms may include, itching, irritation, pain, redness or rash on the skin, and in genitals sometimes white drainage/discharge. Possibly to require additional lab charges.

Injuries

Acute Fractures/Broken Bones (Simple)

Cost: $208

Simple fractures usually are not out of place and often occur due to a minor injury which may include a twisting of a arm/leg/ankle/wrist/elbow/finger/toe or from falling/jumping/landing on the area and sometimes when an object falls on the area. Common symptoms include swelling, pain/pressure that stops normal activity/movement, can be a sharp or dull pain which sometimes shoots up or down from the injured area. Possibly to require additional x-ray charge.

Animal Bites (Simple)

Cost: $92.50

Often simple bites are from a cat, dog, raccoon, domestic ranch animal or common pet. Common symptoms may include pain, tight muscles, pain/pressure that stops normal activity/movement, can be a sharp or dull pain which sometimes shoots up or down from the injured area.

Backaches/Strains (Acute, New or Sudden Onset)

Cost: $183

Common causes may include twisting (spraining) a arm/leg/ankle/wrist/elbow/ finger/toe, muscle that was pulled/injured or overworked. Common symptoms include swelling, tight muscles, bruises, pain/pressure that stops normal activity/movement, can be a sharp or dull pain which sometimes shoots up or down from the injured area.

Bruises/Cuts/Scrapes or Simple Puncture/Fish Hook Injuries

Cost: $92.50

Often a result of a minor injury to the skin causing an opening or a collection of blood under the skin, or puncture such as with an imbedded fish hook. Common symptoms may include bleeding, swelling, pain, and sometimes foreign objects may become stuck in the skin such as gravel, dirt, piece of glass/metal/wood and sometimes a tack/nail. Sometimes this may require a tetanus booster vaccine, stitches, staples or skin glue or removal of foreign objects.

Burns (Minor) or Sunburns

Cost: $92.50

Minor burns are usually in a small area and superficial surface of the skin. Common symptoms may include redness, itching, tenderness/pain, blisters, flaking/peeling or dry skin.

Crush Injuries

Cost: $208

An injury by an object that causes compression to the body or a body part. Possibly to require additional x-ray charge.

Eye Injuries (Minor)

Cost: $92.50

Often caused by foreign objects such as dirt, grass, leaves, gravel, metal fleck, fingernail scratches, eyelash/lint irritation, splashed/spilled liquid into the eye. Common symptoms may include eye redness, itching, irritation, pain, pressure, swelling, draining/crusted (matting) or tearing eyes and sometimes sudden problems seeing.

Finger/Toenail Injuries or Problems

Cost: $92.50

Often a result of a minor injury to the fingernail/toenail which causes an opening or a collection of blood under the nail, a puncture with a foreign object such as a fish hook, nail, staple or glass. Common symptoms may include bleeding, swelling, pain, and sometimes foreign objects may become stuck in the nail. Sometimes this may require a tetanus booster vaccine, stitches, staples or skin glue or removal of foreign objects.

Insect Bites/Bee Stings

Cost: $92.50

Common symptoms may include itching, redness, swelling, hives, irritation or pain, open/blistered sore and sometimes draining pus, stingers may become stuck in the skin.

Laceration/Wound Repair Complex (non-plastic)

Cost: $208

A minor laceration requires stitches/staples/or skin glue to repair the skin including superficial closure of the skin.

Strains/Sprains/Joint Pains (Acute, New or Sudden Onset)

Cost: $183

Common causes may include twisting (spraining) a arm/leg/ankle/wrist/elbow/finger/toe, muscle that was pulled/injured or overworked. Common symptoms include swelling, tight muscles, bruises, pain/pressure that stops normal activity/ movement, can be a sharp or dull pain which sometimes shoots up or down from the injured area. Possibly to require additional x-ray charge.

Tick Removal

Cost: $92.50

Removal of a tick is a simple procedure and can be assessed for complications. Ticks are common in the spring/summer/early fall seasons and sometimes bit or become imbedded in the skin.

Wart/Skin Tag/Mole Removal (Simple) (Each Lesion)

Cost: $92.50

Removal of a benign appearing common skin lesion/sore/tag/growth/wart may be done with liquid nitrogen (freezing) or clipped/cut off when causing irritation, redness, itching, "snagging or catching" on clothing.

Possible Additional Tests and X-Ray Procedures

Level 1 X-Ray

Cost: $85

Simple X-Ray images associated with but not limited to: adult leg, finger, foot, wrist, arm and hip.

Level 2 X-Ray

Cost: $125

More complex X-Ray images associated with but not limited to: elbow, knees, ankles and toes.

Occult Blood

Cost: $15.50

Blood that is present in amounts too small to be seen and can be detected only by chemical analysis or microscopic examination.

Basic Metabolic Panel

Cost: $41.50

A blood test that measures your sugar (glucose) level, electrolyte and fluid balance, hematocrit and hemoglobin, and kidney function. 

Lab Draw

Cost: $10.50

Fee charged for the collection of the lab sample

Influenza A & B Rapid Screening Test

Cost: $68

Used to help determine whether or not a person may have Influenza A or B.

Mono Spot Rapid Screening Test

Cost: $15.50

Used to help determine whether or not a person may have Infectious Mononucleosis.

Pregnancy Urine Test

Cost: $21

Used to help determine if someone may be pregnant.

Strep Rapid Screen Test

Cost: $47

A laboratory test done to identify germs that may cause infection in the throat.

Urinalysis Dipstick

Cost: $17.50

A basic diagnostic tool used to determine pathological changes in a patient's urine in standard urinalysis.

Fingerstick Glucose

Cost: $15.50

A procedure in which a finger is pricked with a lancet to obtain a small quantity of capillary blood for testing.

Preventive Screenings & Physical Exams

Blood Pressure

Cost: No Charge

Manual or automatic(machine) blood pressure checks are done as a walk in (appointment not required).

Diabetes/Blood Sugar

Cost: $15.50

Random Glucose (blood sugar) level finger stick.

TB Skin Test (PPD) Placement

Cost: $27

A person given the tuberculin skin test must return within 48 to 72 hours to have a trained health care worker look for a reaction on the arm.

Urinalysis

Cost: $17.50

Used to diagnose Urinary Tract Infections and other urinary tract conditions.

Other Services/Exams

Camp Physicals

Cost: $87

Usually a camp physical is a limited exam of a normally healthy person/child with specific camp form needed to attend a camp. DISCLAIMER - your normal routine well check up should still be done with your primary care provider and children should maintain well child care with their pediatric/family physician.

DOT Physical (By Appointment Only)

Cost: $87

CDL (commercial driver license) exam as required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration prior to receiving a CDL. NOTE: urine drug screen collection will be at an alternate location within Livingston HealthCare. Additional required evaluations (as enforced by the FMCSA) may need to take place prior to the signed certificate being issued. DISCLAIMER - your normal routine well check up should still be done with your primary care provider and children should maintain well child care with their pediatric/family physician.

Sports Physicals

Cost: $87

Usually a sports physical is a limited exam of a normally healthy person/child with specific state requirements to engage in sports. NOTE: filling out the history and vaccine status on the front page of the Sports Physical form will be much appreciated (sports physical for out of Montana State should provide the appropriate form needed). DISCLAIMER - your normal routine well check up should still be done with your primary care provider and children should maintain well child care with their pediatric/family care physician.

Insurance or Employment Physicals

Cost: $87

Usually a routine limited physical exam of a normally healthy person as required by their employer or prior to getting life/health insurance. NOTE: filling out the history and vaccine status on the physical exam form will be much appreciated (as employers and insurance companies differ please provide (bring with you) the appropriate form needed). DISCLAIMER - your normal routine well check up should still be done with your primary care provider and children should maintain well child care with their pediatric/family physician.

Travel Physical Exams

Cost: $87

Usually a limited physical exam of a normally healthy person/child who is planning on traveling to a country outside of the United States and may require a prescription for treatment of diseases such as malaria. DISCLAIMER - your normal routine well check up should still be done with your primary care provider and children should maintain well child care with their pediatric/family physician.

Vaccinations

Flu - Seasonal

Cost: $25

Influenza vaccines for the current season will be provided.

Flu - Mist

Cost: $40

Influenza vaccines for the current season will be provided.

Dtap (Infarix)

Cost: $32

A vaccine that helps children younger than age 7 develop immunity to three deadly diseases caused by bacteria: diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough (pertussis). Tdap is a boosterimmunization given at age 11 that offers continued protection from those diseases for adolescents and adults.

Hepatitis B

Cost: $60

Hepatitis B vaccines are available. This is especially helpful for preparation to attend college. Adults will usually need two vaccinations.

MMR

Cost: $60

As appropriate for the patient or the age to prevent measles, mumps or rubella. This is especially helpful for preparation to attend college if two sets of MMR have not already been given.

Pneumonia (Pneumovax 13)

Cost: $180

As appropriate for the patient or the age to prevent some types of pneumonia bacteria in addition to the Pneumovax 23.

Pneumonia (Pneumovax 23)

Cost: $105

As appropriate for the patient or the age to prevent some types of pneumonia bacteria in addition to the PCV 13.

Tdap (Diphtheria, Tetnas, Pertussis)

Cost: $45

Tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis can be very serious diseases. These three diseases are all caused by bacteria. Diphtheria and pertussis are spread from person to person. Tetanus enters the body through cuts, scratches, or wounds.

Injection Administration

Cost: $5

All Injections subject to additional injection fee.

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