Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQ

We generally see newborn to 21 years of age. We do see older patients with special health care needs and in other special circumstances. Please call us about your specific situation.
We have state-of-the-art digital X-ray equipment with fast turnaround time on radiology reports. We can also do outpatient x-rays with a doctor’s order.
Yes. We can do wound closures with glue, staples, stitches, and other techniques. We utilize multiple distraction and comfort techniques to make these traumatic situations less stressful. We also offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas like dentists use) to help decrease anxiety. Come see what we have to offer.
Yes. We can do a variety of labs in-house and use local labs for other testing. We have the results for most tests within 15 minutes. This improves our treatment plans, decreases wait times, and helps us provide better patient care overall. We can do outpatient labs with a doctor’s order. Give us a call at (208) 656-1500 to see what tests we have available.
We do not currently offer childhood immunizations and are not part of the Idaho immunization program. Although we specialize in pediatrics, we are not a primary care provider and choose to focus on pediatric acute injury and illness. With this in mind, we do offer TB Mantoux tests, tetanus boosters, and seasonal flu vaccines.
Primary care is the continuation of care usually over a life-span. Our pediatric urgent care is designed to complement and work with your child’s primary care provider. We are open late and on weekends to provide care when your regular office is unavailable. We recognize the need for specialized care for children and all of our staff are trained and have experience in caring for children. Sometimes illness and injury cannot wait. Just 4 Kids Urgent Care is here when it matters most.
Life-threatening illness or injury should always be taken to the emergency room. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, a child should go to the ER for any of the following warning signs:
  • Unconsciousness or no response when you talk to your child
  • Increasing effort or trouble breathing
  • Skin or lips that look blue, purple or gray
  • Increasing or severe, persistent pain
  • Bleeding that does not stop after applying pressure for five minutes
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Yes. In fact, we are a credentialed IMPACT Consultant and offer pre and post-concussion testing.
Yes, we do. CLICK HERE for more information.