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Buffalo Hospital is a non-profit regional medical center committed to providing quality, comprehensive care to patients in and around Wright County. Located just west of the Twin Cities, Buffalo Hospital provides exceptional patient-centered care to nearly 70,000 patients every year. We provide a full range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency care services and many specialty services, so you don’t have to travel far from home.
The best way to prevent flu is to get vaccinated. Everyone over six months of age should receive the flu vaccine. It's especially important if you live with people who are at high risk for developing flu–related complications. Annual flu vaccinations are available at most
Allina Health clinics.
Allina Health Clinic - Buffalo is now providing pediatric walk-in care is for kids 18 and younger who need to be seen for illness and injury, including colds, fever, ear pain, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, cuts and scrapes, strains and sprains, pink eye, rashes and flu. Current patients and children new to the clinic are welcomed.
No appointment necessary.
Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our board-certified orthopedic specialists can help you with a variety of health problems with non-surgical or surgical treatments. They have many years of experience working to help patients prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate their orthopedic conditions.
An advance care plan provides information to others about your wishes in case illness or injury prevents you from telling them yourself.
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Wait times vary by condition. The wait time shown is updated every 15 minutes and represents an average time from patient arrival to being in an emergency department room. Additional time may be needed to be seen by a qualified medical professional.
Wait times can change quickly depending on the urgency and number of patients.
Please remember - you should always dial 911 in an emergency and allow medical personnel to evaluate the seriousness of your condition. When time is of the essence, be sure to get to the closest ER for quick evaluation and treatment.
National average wait time is one hour, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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