Powell Valley Clinic

Powell Valley Clinic
777 Ave H - Powell, Wy
Phone: 754-7257

Hours of operation: Monday thru Friday - 8am to 5pm

How do I schedule an appointment with a provider?

Call the clinic during our regularly scheduled business hours at 754-7257 to schedule with your primary doctor or a physician assistant.  We can often get you in that same day but sometimes we are not able to fit you into your provider's schedule.  In this case you may consider a walk-in provider.  Dr. Mark Wurzel and Family Nurse Practitioner, Darlene Hauser, provide walk-in service for the clinic.

What services are offered at Powell Valley Clinic? 

  • Well-child checks
  • Wellness visits for adults
  • Physicals - DOT, Fireman, Sports
  • Child and adult immunizations
  • General illnesses - sore throat, cough, fever, flu
  • Injuries
  • Worker's comp
  • Allergy shots
  • Blood pressure checks
  • B12 shots
  • Vasectomy procedures
  • Cosmetic treatments - Botox & Juvederm
  • Office procedures - wart removal, mole removal, biopsy
  • Birth control

Same-day care and walk-in

We provide same-day appointments and walk-in here at Powell Valley Clinic for those times when an illness or injury needs attention that day but is not an emergency.

PHONE - 754-7257

Hours of operation:

~ Monday thru Friday  - 8am to 7:30pm 
~ Saturday & Holidays - 8am to 1:30pm
~ Closed Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's Day

Some of the most common symptoms that people come to see us for are sore throat, earache, fever, urinary tract issues, upper respiratory symptoms and minor-to-moderate injuries. We also provide sports physicals and Department of Transportation physicals.

As your community walk-in clinic, our providers and nursing staff take pride in helping you recover from your illness or injury, feel better, and get back to your normal routine.

When you should go to the ER

If you have a serious condition—stroke, heart attack, severe bleeding, head injury or other major trauma—go straight to the nearest ER. Don't take a chance with anything life-threatening. The ER is the best place for these and other critical conditions, including:

  • Chest pain.
  • Difficulty breathing.
  • Severe bleeding or head trauma.
  • Loss of consciousness.
  • Sudden loss of vision or blurred vision.

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