We treat patients like family...
at Two Rivers Medical Clinic we keep the heart in health
At Two Rivers Medical Clinic we seek to
offer a medical home for the residents of the Treasure Valley.
Our physicians believe in establishing a
long lasting relationship with our patients. Our
patients and physicians enjoy the ease and comfort that comes
from knowing each other, and building a trusting relationship
If your condition requires
additional care from a specialist - whether it's a general
surgeon, cardiologist, or other fields - we will gladly refer
you to top physicians in the area.
Scope of Practice
Our physicians care for children,
adolescents, adults, and seniors. We perform many
procedures including joint injections, laceration repair, skin
biopsies, prenatal care and delivery.
We've been providing continuous health care
to our community for more than
40 years, serving multiple generations.
Having all your family's care provided in
one location close to home, where the doctors and staff are
familiar with you and your family members, can greatly reduce
the stress of being ill. Our clinic accommodates same day
appointments and walk in care. You are also able to call and
schedule an appointment for your convenience with the provider
of your choice.
We participate in numerous
We have staff who are
Our clinic has been a rotation site for
University of Health Services medical students and
is currently a practice residency site for the Idaho Family
Practice Residency Program. We provide clinical
experience, education and practice oversight to physicians still
in school as well as recently graduated physicians about to
embark on their professional careers. We are also a
practice rotation site for Physician Assistant and Family Nurse
Practitioner programs as well as a training site for allied
medical staff such as medical assistants and medical record
This helps keep our own
practitioners on the cutting edge of medicine and treatment
technologies, which means better care for you.
We are part of our community...
Two Rivers Medical Clinic believes that
belonging to a community means more than operating a practice
that gives superior medical care. We believe that
belonging to a community also means giving back and actively
involving ourselves in the work and play of our friends and
family. By being an integral part of our community and
world we strive to improve people's way of life.
Connie, medical assistant,
her cub scout troop
Vickie, medical assistant, with
her daughter Emily doing the
Buddy Walk for Downs Syndrome
Heather, medical assistant, on far right
volunteer with the fire department
Dr. Wootton providing medical care
while on a mission trip to Honduras
Bev, medical assistant, serving
as a volunteer helping clean
and plant flower beds at the
Washington County Courthouse
Kent Hamilton, physician
assistant, leaving for Haiti.