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Allina Health Bandana Square Clinic

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Allina Health Bandana Square Clinic
1021 Bandana Blvd. East, Suite 100
St. Paul, MN 55108
651-241-9700
Fax: 651-241-9678
Optical: 651-241-9719

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Clinic hours

Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pediatrics clinic hours:
Monday & Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday:
7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to noon

Holiday hours

Allina Health Urgent Care

Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Walk in - no appointment needed for urgent care.

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Eye care services

Monday, Wednesday & Friday:
7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

To make an appointment,
call 651-241-9700 anytime.

Schedule or cancel appointments
online with MyChart.

Well-child exam

Keep them healthy as they grow

Before the start of a new school year is the perfect time to make sure your child is current on their immunizations and physical exam. Call the clinic to schedule an appointment today.

Eyewear discount

Frames and lenses for children starting at $155

Send your kids back to school in the latest style at an affordable price. Visit one of our 11 optical shops to see the latest styles and frames.

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Primary care providers

Internal medicine ?

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Internal medicine

Our internal medicine specialists provide care at the clinic and in the hospital. These personal doctors help adolescents, adults and the elderly manage common and complex conditions.

Obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) ?

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Obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN)

Some women choose an obstetrician/gynecologist as a main health care provider. OB/GYNs are doctors who specialize in the care of the female reproductive system, including pregnancy and childbirth. Nurse practitioners also can specialize in health care for women.

Pediatrics ?

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Pediatrics

When it comes to their health (and many other things), children are not "little adults." They have unique needs.

Our experts are concerned with the emotional, physical and social growth of babies on up to young adults.

  • They advise parents on actions needed to prevent health problems.
  • They recognize and treat a range of childhood illnesses and injuries.
  • They help children and their families deal with advanced or lifelong difficulties.

Specialists

Allergy and immunology ?

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Allergy and immunology

When your immune system isn't working properly, we're here to help. Our specialists identify and address problems like allergies, asthma, eczema, hay fever, bad allergic reactions, autoimmune diseases and immune deficiency diseases.

Audiology (hearing care) ?

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Audiology (hearing care)

Our hearing specialists – audiologists – identify and evaluate hearing loss. They can also help you prevent or live with hearing loss.

Dermatology ?

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Dermatology

Dermatology is about the skin, as well as the hair, mouth and nails. Dermatologists treat skin problems in adults and children.

Ear, nose and throat (ENT, otolaryngology) ?

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Ear, nose and throat (ENT, otolaryngology)

Otolaryngologists or head and neck surgeons are doctors who treat conditions affecting the ears, face, jaw, nose, sinuses and throat. They use their knowledge of breathing and eating to treat and prevent allergies, hearing loss, voice loss and other problems.

General surgery ?

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General surgery

Infectious disease ?

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Infectious disease

Infectious disease specialists diagnose and treat all kinds of infections. This includes illnesses caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.

Ophthalmology (eye care) ?

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Ophthalmology (eye care)

Ophthalmologists are doctors who specialize in the medical and surgical care of eyes and in the prevention of eye disease and injury. They provide a full spectrum of care, including routine eye exams, diagnosis and medical treatment of eye disorders and diseases, surgery for and management of eye problems.

Optometry (eye care) ?

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Optometry (eye care)

Optometrists diagnose vision problems and eye diseases, prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses, and treat eye disorders and injuries. Although they do not perform eye surgery, they can care for patients before and after surgery.

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Psychiatry

Psychiatrists are doctors who diagnose and treat addiction, emotional illness and mental problems. They can order medical tests, prescribe medicine and provide talk therapy.

Psychology ?

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Psychology

Psychologists help individuals and families work through emotional difficulties through talk therapy. They also evaluate mental health through special assessments.

Podiatry (foot medicine and surgery)?

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Podiatry (foot medicine and surgery)

A podiatrist is a doctor who evaluates and treats foot problems. Care can range from treating foot or ankle injuries to helping people with diabetes avoid common foot-related complications.

Sleep medicine ?

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Sleep medicine

Sleep medicine doctors manage problems related to sleeping. They perform sleep studies to find and treat sleep disorders.

Urology ?

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Urology

Located above the kidneys, your adrenal glands make hormones that affect your body's reproductive system. Within the kidneys begins the urinary tract, which helps your body get rid of waste. Urologists are doctors who have the special knowledge to detect and treat problems with those functions.

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Prescription Assistance Program

Need help paying for prescription medicine? Ask your Allina health care provider to refer you to the Prescription Assistance Program.

Adult health maintenance exams

An adult health maintenance exam is a medical appointment that provides preventive services, counseling, education and disease screening, based on your age and gender.
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Dermatology (skin care)

Dermatology is about the skin, as well as the hair, mouth and nails. Dermatologists diagnose and treat skin conditions in adults and children.

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Hearing care (audiology)

We help persons of all ages identify and deal with hearing loss. We use the latest technology in a comfortable, caring environment as we tailor services according to your lifestyle and communication needs. A man looks over his shoulder while holding laptop computer.

E-Visit from MyChart

An e-Visit is an online medical visit that offers a convenient way to treat a variety of common symptoms from the comfort of your home or office. You will receive a diagnosis and treatment plan, including any necessary prescriptions, within one hour.


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Mental health services

Allina Health Mental Health helps children, adolescents, adults and seniors work through times when the troubles of life interfere with their ability to function or cope.

Pediatric care / well-child exams

We offer health care designed around the unique needs of children. To help children and teens grow into healthy adults, we recommend well-child exams (also called checkups, wellness exams, or annual physicals).

Comprehensive medication review

Comprehensive medication review

Need help managing your medication? Meet with a pharmacist at your clinic to have a comprehensive medication review.


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