“I am truly and deeply appreciative of the services. If it were not for your clinic I would not be able to receive the care and treatments I have gotten. Thank you for all that you do from the bottom of my heart.” Anita Q. – Terry Reilly Patient
Terry Reilly began in 1971 providing health care to migrant & seasonal farmworkers in Nampa, Idaho. Today, we maintain our commitment to serving everyone, including populations of people who face barriers to accessing the health care they need.
Terry Reilly receives funding from the Bureau of Primary Health Care supporting services for two vulnerable populations within the Treasure Valley. Each year, we provide primary health care services to approximately 3,000 migrant & seasonal farmworkers in Canyon and Owyhee Counties and 1,500 people experiencing homelessness in Ada and Canyon Counties. Patients who identify themselves as part of one of these special populations may qualify for reduced fee services.