Our Urgent Care Clinic has Evening, Weekday, and Saturday hours:
- Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 7:00pm
- Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
- Saturday: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Got Questions? Phone Urgent Care Directly at (406) 829-5581
Urgent Care has a dedicated entrance, under the blue awning, just past the main entrance - look for Suite A.
Orthopedic Urgent Care in Missoula, Montana
For those unexpected injuries and joint pain you can skip the ER and walk-in to our Orthopedic Urgent Care. We understand it is never a good time to be injured or in pain, so we are OPEN Evenings, Saturdays and Weekdays for Walk-In orthopedic urgent care. Missoula Bone & Joint is the only urgent care in Missoula that specializes in orthopedic conditions and injuries. Our walk-in clinic is a convenient one-stop option for treating orthopedic injuries and conditions - neck to toe. Enter under the blue awning at Suite A, just past the main clinic. No appointment and No referral is necessary. You will receive a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan at the time of your visit with one of our experienced certified physician assistants (PA-C) who work directly with our board-certified orthopedic surgeons. At the time of your visit, x-rays are available on-site if needed, to assist in the diagnosis. Casting and bracing is also available at the time of your visit. If surgery is needed, our surgeons will be available for consultation, and will work with you to ensure you receive the best possible care. It is reassuring to know that the next time your day out does not go as planned you can come directly to our facility and receive quality orthopedic care. If you have any questions prior to your arrival please call our urgent care direct phone line (406)829-5581, or just stop by and we will be ready to serve you.
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Missoula Bone & Joint Orthopedic Walk-In Urgent Care Clinic treats the following acute injuries or conditions: Neck to Toe - we've got you covered!
- Sprains or strains of any joint, including hip, shoulder and knee.
- Closed fractures/broken bones
- Minor dislocations (fingers and toes); hip or shoulder dislocations that are still displaced should go to the emergency room. If the hip or shoulder was dislocated but has returned to the socket you can walk-in to our urgent care for evaluation.
- Cast or wound dressing problems
- Painful, swollen, or injured joints, such as; hips, knees, elbows, and shoulders
- Hand and wrist injuries
- Sports injuries
- Foot and ankle injuries
- Acute pain such as sudden back pain or neck pain
- *For Work Comp injuries please call us first at (406) 829-5581
- **For concussion evaluation please call our clinic (406)721-4436 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Rob Amrine
For your convenience X-ray services are available at the time of your appointment to help diagnose injuries quickly and effectively with results discussed with you in the exam room. Casting and bracing are available at the time of your appointment if needed. A Missoula Bone & Joint surgeon is on call and can be consulted immediately if needed.
Questions? Call our clinic at (406) 721-4436 or urgent care directly at (406) 829-5581 prior to your arrival. Missoula Bone & Joint's qualified and friendly staff and first-class facility will make your orthopedic urgent care experience a positive one. Come see us today!
Important Insurance Information for Urgent Care Patients:
Missoula Bone & Joint is not a free-standing Urgent Care facility. We are required to bill your urgent care visit to your insurance company as an "Office" visit instead of an "Urgent Care" visit. What this means is that your insurance company may pay the benefits differently if billed under "Office" versus "Urgent Care" and your out-of-pocket expense may differ.
Attention Patients with Missoula County Benefits:
If you have a NEW injury and are being treated through Urgent Care, you are responsible for a $15 co-pay at your initial visit. The first set of x-rays are covered at 100% but you will be responsible for any deductible or co-insurance amounts for additional services provided (i.e DME, casting, injections). In addition, you will be responsible for any deductible or co-insurance amounts for any subsequent visits.
What is a Certified Physician Assistant (PA-C)?
Physician assistants (PAs) are health care professionals licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision. Certified PAs can do a variety of procedures, including:
- Take health history
- Conduct physical exams
- Diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries
- Order and interpret tests
- Counsel on preventative health care
- Assist in surgery
- Write prescriptions
- Cast a fracture or fit a brace
- Manage follow-up care
- Give injections
The Physician and Physician Assistant Team
The relationship between the PA-C and the supervising physician is one of mutual trust and respect. The PA-C is a representative of the physician, treating the patient in the style and manner developed and directed by the supervising physician. Missoula Bone & Joint PA-Cs assist the physician in the clinic and in surgery, and they also staff our urgent care clinic.