Welcome to Carson Medical Group, Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville and the surrounding Northern Nevada area’s premiere healthcare providers.
With 26 physician specialists and 7 highly skilled nurse practitioners, our experienced team of medical professionals provide you with a nurturing environment while creating a custom treatment plan.
AFTER HOURS WALK-IN CLINIC FOR CMG PATIENTS
Now you can get professional health care without an appointment or costly emergency room rates. If your current physician is part of the Carson Medical Group family, you have access to CMG Plus.
Our attentive medical staff will take care of your medical needs, quickly and professionally, without an appointment and after hours.
Quick, convenient and easy...Now that's a plus!
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 8:30 am
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
1200 Mountain Street l Carson City l 775.283.4004
Now open most holidays!
Open except on New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Carson City, Nevada
1475 Medical Parkway
Phone: 775.883.3636 Fax: 775.882.2382 Phone: 775.885.2229 Fax: 775.882.5045
With our Patient Portal
(personal computer access) and the Healow App staying on top of your health is easier than ever!
You can now:
- Request prescription refills
- View current and past statements
- View your appointment history
- Access clinical visit summaries
- View your lab results online
…all from the comfort of your home or wherever you may be!
It’s easy to sign up
Simply ask one of our staff to help set up your account today!
Get the App!
to dowload it.
Now you can use a secure app that helps you manage what's important - the health of you and your family!
Follow these simple steps to help protect yourself and your family from illnesses this season.
1. Wash your hands often with soap and water.
Scrub them for 20 seconds, and help young children do the same. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Viruses live on your hands, and regular handwashing can help protect you from getting sick.
2. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
with unwashed hands. Viruses can enter your body this way and make you sick.
If you have an illness, you should follow these tips to prevent viruses from spreading to others
1. Stay at home while you are sick.
2. Avoid close contact with others, such as hugging, kissing,
or shaking hands.
3. Move away from people before coughing or sneezing.
4. Cough and sneeze into a tissue then throw it away,
or cough and sneeze into your upper shirt sleeve, completely covering your mouth and nose.
5. Wash your hands frequently, especially
after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose.
6. Disinfect frequently touched surfaces,
and objects such as toys and doorknobs.
Although there is no vaccine to protect you against the common cold, you can protect yourself and your family from the flu by getting a flu shot.
• Children younger than 5
• Adults 65 years of age and older
• Pregnant women
• People with chronic medical conditions
The flu shot is recommended for everyone 6 months old and older.
It is especially important for the following groups:
Carson Medical Group
is offering Flu Shot Clinics
at both locations to make
scheduling your flu shot
3. Stay away from people who
Sick people can spread viruses that cause the common cold through close contact with others.
What You Need to Know
Measles are one of the most infectious agents known to man. According to the CDC, Measles are so contagious that 90 percent of unvaccinated people who stand near someone with the virus will become infected.
Signs and symptoms appear 10 to 14 days after exposure to the virus. Signs and symptoms of measles typically include:
- Inflamed eyes (conjunctivitis)
- Tiny white spots with bluish-white centers on a red background found inside the mouth on the inner lining of the cheek — also called Koplik's spots
- A skin rash made up of large, flat blotches that often flow into one another
What to do if you think you have been exposed to Measles
If you think you or a family member has been exposed to measles, it is best to stay home to avoid spreading the disease.
Call your physician to discuss your symptoms and treatment options.
Patient after three days of infection.
CDC/ Heinz F. Eichenwald, MD