Our hospital and all clinics are open and ready to care for patients. However, we are restricting visitor access to the hospital.  Learn more 


COVID-19: Get the facts. Stay informed.

Call our Hotline at 208-883-4109. You can also text COVID19 to  208-295-5080 to get a link to our online assessment and symptom checker tool. It will automatically connect your results to one of the nurses working at the Gritman COVID-19 Hotline.

Use a facemask: CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. We are currently accepting donations of facemasks and PPE.

As part of this process, we have and will continue to make adjustments to our procedures and policies to protect the health and safety of our patients, staff, doctors, nurses and the community.

Gritman emergency response updates

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Our hospital and all our clinics are open, safe and ready to care for you.

We’re ready to serve you — in-person and through telemedicine. All of our clinics in Moscow, Kendrick, Potlatch and Troy – including our MFM Downtown and Westside primary care and QuickCARE locations – are scheduling established and new patient visits. We can see you in-person and through telemedicine which allows our providers to visit with you through your mobile device, tablet or computer.

Schedule an appointment today by logging into your portal account or calling your provider or clinic:

MFM Downtown, Westside or QuickCARE
Internal Medicine
Kendrick Family Care
Potlatch Family Care
Troy Clinic

How you can help

Facemask donations

Wearing a facemask is still critically important As stay-home orders are being gradually eased and more and more people are ...
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We will graciously accept donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) like N95 masks, surgical masks, gowns, goggles, face shields and more. Please contact our Materials Management department 208-883-2230.

Our recent responses

Read more at COVID-19 emergency updates and our Facebook page.

Safely resuming elective surgeries

Gritman Medical Center has resumed performing elective surgeries. Our surgery director, Bernie Snyder, discusses the steps we have taken to ...
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COVID-19 doesn’t care how old you are

Dr. Christensen discusses how younger adults are not immune to the virus As society reopens and more of us venture ...
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COVID-19 tracking map

Provided by: Johns Hopkins University Centers for Civic Impact.