Come prepared

Sun River Health will see you now. Whether you come in person or schedule a telemedicine visit, we listen first, so we can take care of you better. Come ready to talk about your health and health concerns. Let us know what medications you are taking, any allergies you have, and what treatments you’ve had before. Information about your family history is always welcome. Above all, know that we respect you and your privacy.


Check the list

Review this quick checklist of information to gather for your visit.

  • Wear a mask
  • Bring a list of medicines you take
  • Bring your health insurance information, if you have it
  • No insurance? No problem. Bring proof of income and we will find a comfortable payment plan that works for you.

Make an appointment

Appointments at your convenience

Every Sun River Health center offers same-day appointments. Daytime, evening, and weekend appointments are available to fit any schedule. For your convenience, appointments are recommended, but you can walk in anytime, be seen by a skilled health care provider, and get answers today.

Be sure to have the following information ready when you call:

      • Your full name and address
      • The date you were born
      • The reason for your visit
      • Your health insurance, if you have it, or proof of income
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Get our handbook

Sun River Health’s Patient Handbook is free and available now in both English and Spanish.

Patient portal

All Sun River Health patients enjoy access to our secure, online Patient Portal to make appointments, review medical records and lab results, message a doctor, and more. You must be 18 or older to use the Patient Portal. Parents with children under 12 can access the child’s health information, too.

Access patient portal

“Sun River Health is like a whole health care family. They’re all going to help you together it’s like one big family.  They took care of me they just want you to get better. I was almost on my last limb, but today I’m sitting here healthy and strong.

—Eric, Patient