The Great Falls Clinic continually strives to enhance services and access to primary and specialty care. Recently, the Great Falls Clinic made the decision to relocate two of its providers and this change may affect where your children receive care.
Effective Monday, August 17, 2015, TJ Eskelsen, DO and Kris Kuper, MD will trade locations.
Dr. Kris Kuper will relocate to the Great Falls Clinic main campus, main level, at 1400 29th Street South. Dr. Kuper has a passion for all aspects of medical pediatrics. She primarily focuses on continuity of care in pediatric patients and accepts walk-in or urgent care. She also has a special interest in helping children that require hospitalization. Dr. Kuper feels that continuity of care is important to help give patients the best experience possible as well as advocating the importance of establishing with a primary care provider.
Dr. TJ Eskelsen will relocate to the Great Falls Clinic Northwest, at 1600 Division Road. Dr. Eskelsen focuses on general pediatrics, and especially enjoys removing ingrown toe nails, treating skin conditions, suturing, wound care, musculoskeletal injuries, walk-in care, and splinting care.
Clinic will continue as usual for Dr. Kuper and Dr. Eskelsen on August 17, 2015. The Clinic is making this change to further enhance the pediatric services offered at each location.
- Dr. Eskelsen will begin seeing patients at the Northwest Clinic at 1600 Division Road.
- Dr. Kuper will begin seeing patients at the Great Falls Clinic at 1400 29th Street South.
All other Pediatric providers will remain at their current locations.
We would like to assist you with this transition to ensure your healthcare needs are being met. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Lisa Zolman directly at 406-771-3171.