Business Spotlight: Riverview Urgent Care
Riverview Urgent Care first opened its doors in Burley in 2012, after Dennis James and his son Kyle James saw a need for walk-in access to health care for acute injury and illness in the Mini-Cassia area.
The evening clinic in town was just getting ready to close its doors, Dennis had an empty building, and Kyle had done his senior thesis project on running an urgent care while finishing up his health care administration degree. All the pieces just seemed to fit together perfectly.
Since Riverview Urgent Care opened at 382 North Overland in Burley, they have expanded to 133 W Ave A Suite B in Jerome and 2392 Addison Ave. in Twin Falls. Kyle is also excited to announce that in late 2022, a fourth location will open on Blue Lakes Blvd. in Twin Falls!
This family-owned business has been a great legacy for the late Dennis James. His family continues to honor his name as Riverview Urgent Care brings convenient health care services to the sick or injured in the Magic Valley area.
As an urgent care center, Riverview Urgent Care must stay on top of things and serve people as quickly as possible. Its staff doesn’t have time to wait for files to download on their computers or for troubleshooting phone issues. That’s why the business chose to work with PMT to provide phone, internet, TV, and networking maintenance.
Kyle said, “We switched over to PMT as soon as their fiber internet was available in our area and have continued to use their services at all our locations for almost 10 years now. It’s nice to have reliable and dependable services. If something does go wrong, I know that PMT is local, so they’re only a call away.
“They’ll send a tech out promptly to resolve any problems we experience. We like to have a strong, long-term relationship with all of our vendors, because when we can rely on them, our patients can rely on us.”
He added, “When you have the best staff and patients, it only makes sense to have the best internet service to get the work done as quickly and efficiently as possible, especially when everything in your office is dependent on it.”