Click for Care

Connect with our providers in clinics or over the phone, whether it’s from your car, the couch, or a campsite. The care you need is just a click away. 

Nurse Call Line Call Center

We’re here for you.

Our Nurse Call Line is available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week. If you need medical advice, call (406) 890-7272 to speak with a nurse who can help evaluate your needs and connect you with our care resources.

 

Walk-in Care

Save your spot in line at one of our walk-in care locations. Walk-in care provides treatment and access to medical care when your regular doctor is unable to see you or your provider's clinic is closed. If you have an injury or illness that isn't life threatening but you can't wait for an appointment with your primary care provider, then walk-in care is a great option.  

*Our walk-in clinics are currently offering symptomatic COVID-19 testing. Please schedule via Save My Spot to help us properly socially distance and limited the number patients in our walk-in waiting rooms. 

 
Logan Health Primary Care
160 Heritage Way, Suite 202
Kalispell, MT 59901
p: (406) 752-8433

 

Save My Spot
Logan Health Primary Care
1287 Burns Way
Kalispell, MT 59901
p: (406) 752-8120

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Save My Spot

Online Scheduling

Schedule an in-person appointment or virtual visit online. Our primary care clinics offer online appointment scheduling available through the myHealth patient portal. Online scheduling is only available to established patients. 

 
 

Logan Health Care Anywhere

Logan Health also participates in a national telehealth network through CareAnywhere.org, which provides 24-hour urgent care online. No appointment needed.
It’s easy: Download the Care Anywhere app from Google Play or iTunes, and follow the steps below.
  • Enter personal and payment information along with a brief description of your symptoms.
  • Pay one flat fee for each patient visit.
  • Visit with a board certified physician or nurse practitioner.
  • Receive access to a post-visit report via your email.
Telehealth is not an emergency service. Patients with a medical emergency, should call 911 or seek care at their nearest emergency room immediately.