Information about Livingston HealthCare’s
UrgentCare center provides immediate assistance for non-life threatening illness
and injuries. Below you will find information on payment options and other
valuable information. You may also contact
UrgentCare at 406.222.0030 if you’d like to speak to someone directly.
Q: What methods of payment are accepted?
A: Most insurance will be billed but customers may be required to pay their
co-pay at the time of service. Customers without accepted insurance will
be required to pay at the time of service. Customers may pay any required
cost by check, cash, or credit card.
Q: What medical insurances are accepted?
A: Most commercial and Medicare medical insurances will be billed.
UrgentCare does not participate in all medical insurance plans. Customers will need
to check with their specific plan to determine if the services will be
considered covered and considered in-network.
Q: What medical insurances are NOT accepted?
UrgentCare will not accept or bill out of country insurance, Out of State Medicaid,
Out of State PPOs or HMOs, Indian Health Service or Veterans Administration.
Customers with one of these insurances are welcome to utilize
UrgentCare, but will be required to pay at the time of service.
UrgentCare is not considered emergent care, so these services often need to be prior
authorized by the beneficiaries in order to be covered services by the
Q: How do I make an appointment?
A: We do not take appointments,
UrgentCare is a walk-in clinic.
Q: What services are offered?
A: Advanced care for minor emergencies including but not limited to:
- Fevers, coughs and flu
- Sore throats
- Cuts, abrasions and lacerations
- Fractures and sprains
- Upset stomach and vomiting
- Allergic reactions
- Acute back and neck pain
- And other medical needs
For a complete list of services offered, please visit our
Menu of Services.
Q: Do you have on-site x-ray capability?
Q: What is the telephone number for Livingston HealthCare
A: We can be reached at