Abbott Northwestern's Emergency Department (ED) in Minneapolis annually treats more than 45,000 patients for everything from broken bones to heart attacks. The emergency department is open 24/7.
Patients triaged as an Emergency Department patient will have symptoms that are more complicated than urgent care conditions. Some of these symptoms include:
Our staff includes emergency medical technicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians.
Meet our emergency medicine physicians.
Because we are a part of Abbott Northwestern, our staff has access to nearly any type of specialist or resources necessary to provide patients with the right care, at the right time in the right location.
Assessment and referral is a hospital-based service that responds to mental health or substance abuse crisis. Services are provided in the hospital emergency department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
800 East 28th Street
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For all emergencies, call 911.
Your primary care provider can help you with preventive care and most same-day needs, including illnesses and injuries. For non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries that require more immediate attention, you can find the care you need at an urgent care location. No appointment needed.
Minneapolis Heart Institute® (cardiovascular emergencies)
John Nasseff Neuroscience Institute® (neurological emergencies)
Clinical Decision and Rapid Treatment (CDART) Unit
One Call Transfer Center
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