No. Our medical, dental, and mental health clinicians are salaried, not volunteers. Prices for services are similar to those in the surrounding community. However, most of our patients qualify for discounted fees, based on their family size and incomes.
No, we provide health care to anyone who needs primary care. 64% of our patients are uninsured, 5% have Medicare, 12% have private insurance, and 19% have Medicaid. In fact, our budget assumes that at least 35% of our patients are insured.
Our neediest uninsured patients may qualify for our Zero Pay Fund. This fund, which is supported by donations, grants and proceeds of the annual Bob LeBow Bike Tour, helped hundreds of children and adults last year.
Annually our medical, dental, and mental health services provide approximately 125,000 visits to 30,500 persons.
Our staff includes physicians with family medicine training, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, family dentists, dental hygienists, therapists, and case managers. We also have X-ray services at all dental and several medical sites, as well as an on-site pharmacy and laboratory located within the Nampa Clinic. If you need a specialist, your Terry Reilly provider can make that referral for you and help coordinate your care. Primary care providers are the first point of contact and can deliver much of your care needs. Their role is also to help coordinate your health care services with specialist, to ensure you receive quality care.
Terry Reilly does not discriminate in its’ services, treatment, programs, activities or employment.
If you feel you have been discriminated against, please contact Timothy Brown by mail or phone:
Terry Reilly Health Services
211 16th Ave. North
Nampa, ID 83687