Killington Medical Clinic
Important COVID-19 Information
Killington Medical Clinic opens for the season on Saturday, December 5 and Sunday, December 6, 2020. As of Saturday, December 12, the clinic will be open seven days a week.
Please note the following restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic:
- There is NO COVID-19 testing at this clinic
- The clinic is open for injuries ONLY
- If you are ill and would like to be seen, please call 802.422.6125 to be triaged over the phone
- Hours are subject to change, please check back often for updates
Killington Courtesy Phone
Since 1979, Killington Medical Clinic has provided physician office services for injuries/illnesses to visitors and residents of Killington and the surrounding area. This urgent care medical clinic is staffed by experienced physicians who are board-certified in family practice, sports medicine and emergency medicine.
Our physicians have extensive experience in the effective treatment of sports-related injuries, including laceration, concussion, sprains, torn ACL’s, dislocated shoulders and fractures. The clinic is equipped with an X-ray suite and a casting room to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of common ski and snowboard injuries.
When urgent care intervention is necessary, the clinic’s physicians collaborate with colleagues at Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic and Rutland Regional Medical Center to arrange immediate transportation and coordinate prompt treatment.
The clinic is located in the yellow building next to the Rams Head Base Lodge, allowing immediate access to medical diagnosis and treatment and rehabilitation right on the mountain. Open weekends and most weekdays during the ski season, Killington Medical Clinic is a department of Rutland Regional Medical Center.
Killington Medical Clinic operates as an Urgent Care Center. Insurance coverage for urgent care services will apply to Killington Medical Clinic services as noted by the provider.
- For patients with Medicare, VT-Medicaid or commercial insurance, Rutland Regional Medical Center will submit a claim to your insurance company on your behalf.
- For international residents, regardless of your insurance, you will need to pay in full at the time of service. A copy of your charges will be provided to you, so you can submit the claim to your insurance company for reimbursement.
- If you are uninsured or do not have proof of insurance, you will be registered as “Self-Pay”, and will be required to pay in full at the time of your visit.
Co-pays are required at the time of your visit. If treatment for your injury/condition requires durable medical equipment, payment is required for those services at the time of your visit.
Cash, Checks and all major Credit Cards accepted.