The Great Falls Clinic is pleased to announce our new partnership with Privia Health has provided a great new option to complete Medicare patients’ Annual Wellness Visit using a virtual, telehealth option.
Next time patients need care and our office is unavailable, they are encouraged to connect virtually with one of our board-certified providers at myPrivia Virtual Clinic. With myPrivia Virtual Clinic, our patients can connect 24/7/365 to an on-call, board-certified Privia Medical Group provider for Annual Wellness Visit. All the providers with Privia Virtual Clinic are fully credentialed within Privia and will coordinate follow-up care directly with you.
Medicare covers your wellness visit once per year in most cases, so there should be no cost to you. This visit includes a review of your health, and information about preventative services such as screenings, vaccinations, and allergy review. All follow-up from your appointment is shared directly with your provider. This gives us the confidence that you are receiving quality care and also allows us to stay better coordinated on any follow-up needs.
If you prefer to call our scheduling line, please call 406-317-5446 or schedule online at Find a Physician or Specialist (priviahealth.com)
About the Great Falls Clinic:
In 1917, four visionary medical leaders opened a world-class comprehensive health care center, with an integrated team of specialists and a personal approach to wellness—far from an urban center. Today, the Great Falls Hospital provides diverse specialty medical clinics, urgent care clinics, primary care, cancer center, and highly specialized surgical services. The Great Falls Hospital is committed to improving the health and wellness of our community by striving to provide the best healthcare possible.
As a provider-led organization, the Hospital is committed to recruiting the exemplary medical staff members, harnessing the power of the latest medical technologies, continually striving for advancement, and above all, working as a team to meet the health needs of the 250,000 residents living in Central Montana.