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Kid Clinic

The CCMG Kid Clinic is a school-based pediatric clinic in Gillette, Wyoming. The medical clinic serves children ages 2 weeks to 21 years old and offers counseling services for children 4 years old to 21 years old.

The Kid Clinic is a collaborative effort between Campbell County Health, Campbell County Medical Group, and Campbell County School District to provide primary medical care, behavioral health, and substance use counseling services in Northeastern Wyoming. The clinic is the first of its kind offered in Wyoming. No child is denied services based on the ability to pay.

Our Services

  • Order lab tests, x-rays, EKG’s, etc.
  • Suture small wounds
  • Evaluation and treatment of pediatric infections
  • Sick visits, including strep throat, ear infections, sinus infections, pneumonia, common colds, Flu, etc.
  • Follow-up care for ongoing treatment
  • Medication management
  • Sports Physicals
  • Vaccinations
  • Well-child visits
  • Fast referral with Campbell County Medical Group Clinics and Campbell County Memorial Hospital services and other specialists at CCH

Same-day appointments are available, though not guaranteed, and can be scheduled by calling the Kid Clinic at 307-688-8700.

A parent or legal guardian must be present at all medical appointments.

Early Intervention Group

At Kid Clinic, we believe in nurturing the potential of every child, and our Early Intervention Group for teenagers aged 14-18 is designed to do just that. Adolescence is a critical period of growth and development, and we are here to support your child every step of the way.

Our specialized Early Intervention Group focuses on preparing teens for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. With a team of experienced professionals, we provide a safe and supportive environment where your teenager can thrive.

Thursdays 3:30PM - 4:30PM

Located at Kid Clinic

Call to register your child 307-688-8700.

Mental Health Services

The Kid Clinic provides mental health services for any individual from 4 to 21 years of age. Counseling services are provided by licensed counselors and social workers for a variety of concerns such as depression, anxiety, substance use, family changes, and adjustments, as well as case management services. Both individual and family counseling services are available through mental health providers.

A parent or legal guardian must be present at the intake appointment. Parents are not required to attend subsequent appointments unless requested by the therapist.


The Kid Clinic works in collaboration with Campbell County School District (CCSD) to reduce transportation barriers for children and their parents. Parents are responsible for bringing children to their initial intake appointment, and CCSD will transport children to and from the Kid Clinic for subsequent appointments during school hours.

Please call the clinic at 307-688-8700 for specific information regarding available pick-up and drop-off times.

Kid Clinic is part of the state, and national vaccine programs

Campbell County Medical Group’s Kid Clinic now offers the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program for children whose parents or guardians may not be able to afford them. VFC is a federally funded vaccine program to protect babies, young children and adolescents from 16 diseases. Children who are Wyoming residents and do not qualify for VFC may qualify for Wyoming Vaccinates Important People (WyVIP), a state-funded vaccination program also available at the Kid Clinic. Read more

Insurance & Payment Plans

Kid Clinic accepts most insurance such as Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, Cigna, KidCare/CHP and others.

Financial assistance may be available. Parents may also pay their bills online at

Contact Us

  • Location: 702 S. Kendrick Avenue, Gillette, Wyoming 82716
    —just east of Twin Spruce Junior High
  • Phone: 307-688-8700
  • Fax: 307-688-8720
  • Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm; Closed for lunch, noon-1 pm; Saturday-Sunday: Closed
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