Our office will be closed on Thursday November 23rd for Thanksgiving.
We will be open from 7:30-12:30 on Friday November 24th.
We will be back to normal business hours on Monday November 27th.
Our goal is to have ample supply of vaccines on hand for your convenience.
Vaccine availability is on a first come, first serve basis.
There may be days that we are not offering vaccines due to staffing. We apologize for this in advance. There may also be a wait to get your vaccine but we will do our best to get you taken care of as quickly as possible.
We encourage you to contact the office at 208.263.1435, Option #2 and ask the staff if we have vaccines available before you come in to the office. Also, we cannot hold vaccines aside for you.
The physicians at FHC want you to know that we are still here for you. Your records continue to be part of FHC and any of our physicians will have access to your previous records.
Dr. Jeremy Waters will be working 3 days a month so if you would still like to see him please ask the front desk to find out what days he will be in the office.
If you would like to switch your PCP to one of the other physicians here just let the front desk know and they will get it changed at your next appointment.
If you choose to be seen at another clinic in town please fill out the Medical Release form to have your records sent to your new physician.
If you have any questions or concerns please let us know.
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If you are experiencing symptoms and think you might have COVID-19, you should isolate yourself until you get tested and receive your results.
But what does it mean to test positive for COVID-19 in 2023, now that mask requirements are gone, and life is essentially back to normal? The answer hasn’t changed, according to the CDC. After testing positive, you should still isolate yourself from others for five days.
During this time:
• Wear a high-quality mask if you MUST be around others
• Separate from others in your home as much as you can, including using a separate bathroom if possible
• Do not travel
• Do not share personal items with anyone
• Improve ventilation in your home by opening windows or using fans to improve air flow
• Monitor your symptoms and seek medical care if needed
After Five Days
If your symptoms improve after five days, you may discontinue isolation. If they do not, continue to isolate yourself until you are fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medication) AND your symptoms are improving.
Regardless of when you end isolation, avoid contact with anyone at high risk for COVID-19 complications, including the elderly (age 65 and up), people with weakened immune systems, and people with lung issues (such as asthma or COPD). You should also wear a high-quality mask indoors at home and in public for 10 days after a positive test.
Testing After COVID-19 Exposure
Perhaps you recently spent time with a family member, friend, or co-worker who tested positive for COVID-19. Does it make a difference if you’ve already had COVID-19 or were vaccinated with the latest booster?
Here’s some good news for 2023: if you were only exposed to the COVID-19 virus, you may carry on as usual unless you begin to experience symptoms or test positive. However, the CDC still suggests wearing a mask around anyone at high risk.
Our philosophy is simple: we want to be your medical home - a place where you can contact us anytime about anything concerning your health. We are always here, no matter what. That's just what you can expect when you are home. We provide personalized, comprehensive health care when it is convenient for you. We can be reached by phone, fax, or the secure patient portal and we are available for emergency concerns 24 hours a day. We treat patients of all ages from newborn to seniors and particularly enjoy treating the entire family, the true essence of Family Medicine.
Our clinic is physician owned and has been providing the Sandpoint and surrounding areas with exceptional medical care for over 20 years. We look forward to taking care of you and your family! Welcome home.
Primary Care is a great place to get care for the whole family.
Kids not feeling well or just need their checkup? We would love to take care of them.
Need Women's care? We can help with that too!