Protect Others: Call Ahead
Campbell County Health asks everyone who may need medical care to call
their provider first.
At this time, providers at CCH and Campbell County Medical Group encourage
everyone who may need non-emergency medical care to call their clinic
or provider first—please do not walk-in to your clinic during this time.
CCH is also offering telephone visits. Certain symptoms may be treatable
depending on severity over a telephone or cell phone. Your provider will
assess your condition and, if needed, may refer you to a clinic for diagnosis
Telephone visits are HIPAA compliant, so any personal information you provide
is safe and secure. A telephone visit will be billed based on time, and
is covered by Medicare and Medicaid and some insurance, be sure to check
your insurance policy. Antibiotics may be prescribed when deemed appropriate.
Telephone providers do not prescribe new pain medications that are controlled
If you do not have a medical provider, contact
Campbell County Public Health for a list of doctors in the Campbell County, Wyoming community at 307-682-7275.
You can also visit
www.cchwyo.org/findadoc for a list of CCH healthcare providers.
When not to use Telephone Visits
If you have suffered a serious injury or have symptoms of a serious condition
such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe abdominal pain, or have
a possible emergency, please call 911.
If you need a physical examination, lab work, X-rays or other procedures,
you need to see a provider in person.
Campbell County Medical Group clinics phone numbers
Behavioral Health Services, 307-688-5000. BHS is also offering virtual services. To learn more, please visit
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, 307.688.3615
Kid Clinic, 307-688-8700
Main Clinic—Family Medicine,
Powder River Orthopedics & Spine, 307-686-1413. Learn about Orthopedic Urgent Care in Gillette, Wyoming at
Nephrology & Complex Medicine, 307-688-3535
Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine, 307-688-3615
Walk In Clinic & Occupational Health, 307-688-9255 or use save your place in line at
Wright Clinic & Occupational Health, 307-464-0413
PROTECTING OUR CLINICS AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
If you believe that you have COVID-19, and if you are not having trouble
breathing, please stay home where you are safe. There is no treatment
for COVID-19, and the majority of cases are mild. Testing for COVID-19
is not a medical emergency. To begin the
screening process, those with respiratory symptoms are asked to call your healthcare provider
If you are having trouble breathing, please call 911.
If you develop other emergency warning signs, please get medical attention
immediately. Emergency warning signs include:
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion or inability to arouse
- Bluish lips or face
*This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your doctor or healthcare
provider for other symptoms that are severe or concerning.
CCMG Walk-in Clinic
Get in line now
A registration specialist will be in touch with you to determine if you
should come into the clinic, or if we can do a visit over the telephone.
Walk-in Clinic Commonly Treated Conditions
- Allergies (itchy eyes, runny nose, frequent sneezing, red eyes)
- Bronchitis (no history of asthma)
- Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
- Common Cold
- Ear Infection
- Influenza (Flu)
- Medication Refill
- Sinus Infections
- Tooth Ache / Tooth Infection
- Upper Respiratory Tract Infection and Mild Wheezing (no history of asthma)
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
- Yeast Infection
- Work Release