In the never ending search for quality health care, Community Health Centers of Central Wyoming are making changes to better serve the public.

Quick Care hours will change from Monday through Friday 8am to 6pm, to Monday through Saturday, 8am to 8pm. With new hours and days of operation, CHCCW will increase access and reduce barriers to quality health care services for the community of Casper and Natrona County.

What does the Quick Care Program offer patients and what are the benefits?

CHCCW offers their Quick Care Program as an alternative to an emergency room visit. Patients can walk in to receive immediate and quality care when it is convenient. CHCCW’s Quick Care service currently provides comprehensive and quality immediate care for the residents of Casper and Natrona County. CHCCW’s expanded hours will contribute to the availability, accessibility, quality, and coordination of health services to the community. CHCCW’s Quick Care accepts most insurances including Medicaid, Medicare and has qualified providers as well as Lab and X-Ray services available to provide comprehensive care to the community.
Last year, the clinic served 13,835 patients, and 1 in 6 Casper residents have received care at CHCCW. Now, it is going to be easier than ever to access quality health care through CHCCW.
“Community Health Centers of Central Wyoming is working to benefit Casper and Natrona County residents. This is one way we can support the health of the community. I think the patients appreciate the convenience of the Quick Care Clinic and we are pleased to offer the extended hours,” says Daniel Meyers, CEO of CHCCW,   “…we are proud to be a part of this community. We are always looking for ways to connect with the people who live here and hope to see many of them come through the doors.”