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Urgent Care

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    For those times that begin with "Hey Mom, watch this!"

    If the clinic is closed or you can't get an appointment, just walk in to urgent care. No appointment is needed.

    Everyone, from babies to adults, can be seen at Allina Health Urgent Care for most of the same non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries as your primary care clinic.

  • Questions and answers about urgent care

    How do I know if I should go to urgent care?

    How do I know if I should go to the hospital ER?

    How much will I pay for an urgent care visit?

    Will my health plan pay for urgent care visits?

    Why do copays differ for urgent care?

    Do I need to be an Allina Health patient to use Allina Health Urgent Care?

    Why is urgent care offered on a walk-in basis?

    How long will I wait to be seen once I arrive?

    Will Allina Health Urgent Care have my medical record?

    What other choices exist when my clinic is closed but it's not severe enough to go to an emergency room?

  • Source: Allina Health Urgent Care
    Reviewed by: Rodney Christensen, MD, chief medical officer, Allina Health clinics; Susan Scanlon, MD
    First published: 02/24/2012
    Last reviewed: 10/28/2013

  • Locations and hours

  • Burnsville


    Coon Rapids


    Inver Grove Heights



    St. Paul



  • For patients with a MyChart account, get diagnosis and treatment plan in an hour for:

    • colds
    • flu
    • sinus problems
    • diarrhea
    • heartburn
    • red eye
    • other common needs

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