To improve patient access to care, Kleber Health Clinic offers Nurse Appointments for many common health complaints, procedures, and needs. Patients who elect to utilize the Nurse Driven Appointment will see a Kleber Health Clinic nurse in lieu of seeing their usual health care provider. Nurse driven appointments are usually walk-in appointments, but appointments can be made by speaking directly with a Kleber Health Clinic RN.
Nursing staff is unable to project wait times for walk-in appointments due to the unpredictable nature of patient needs. To help alleviate longer than anticipated wait times, patients may contact Kleber Health Clinic Nursing Department at DSN 590 2614 or 06371 9464 2614 to speak with a Team RN and schedule a time to be seen directly with the nurse. Patients who have pre-scheduled for a nurse appointment will be given priority over those who walk-in unexpected
If the nurse does not answer the Nursing Department phone number during normal business hours of 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., it means the nurse is with another patient, please leave a message and the nurse will call you back. When leaving a message be sure to speak clearly and provide your full name, a good phone number where you can be reached, and a brief explanation of your need
Types of Nurse Driven Appointments Available
Face to Face
- Pregnancy testing and confirmation
- Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URI), Common Cold
- Sore Throat
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
- Allergy Symptoms - Runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, sinus congestion (NOT Allergy symptoms caused by food, medication, or skin rashes)
- Multi-day Blood Pressure Checks
- Suture Removal
- Tick Removal
- STI Treatment (After confirmatory testing is completed and directed by your provider)
*Please note due to COVID-19 precautions, sore throat, URI, common cold, and allergy symptoms will need to be tested at the ARC and receive results prior to being scheduled for an appointment or t-con.
- Medication Refills (NO Narcotics, Pain Killers, Anti-Anxiety, ADHD/ADD, or controlled substances)
- Continuity of Care Referrals
Please be aware that Telephone (TCON) appointments may take up to 72 business hours to be addressed
The elderly and children are two populations which have special needs which are best served by seeing their provider for a face to face appointment; therefore children under the age of 14 and adults over the age of 60 cannot be seen as Nurse Appointments for Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URI), Common Cold, Sore Throat, Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), or for Allergy Symptoms.