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Allina Health Burnsville Clinic

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Allina Health Burnsville Clinic
Burnsville Medical Center
14000 Nicollet Avenue South, Suite 100
Burnsville, MN 55337-5790
Fax: 952-428-0199

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Clinic hours

Monday to Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Same day appointments available.

Holiday hours

Allina Health Urgent Care

Open Thanksgiving Day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Monday to Friday: 3 to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Walk in - no appointment needed for urgent care.

Eye care services

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

To make an appointment,
call 952-428-0200.

Schedule or cancel appointments
online with MyChart.

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Primary care providers

A primary care provider is also called a general
practitioner, general doctor or family doctor.
He or she is the main medical professional you
go to for your health needs.

Family medicine ?

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Family medicine

A family doctor is concerned with the general health needs of people of all ages. Focusing on the primary care of you and your family, he or she can refer you to a specialist or community resources when appropriate.

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 women's care.


Optometry (eye care) ?

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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.

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.

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We work with St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Shakopee, Minnesota, to promote good health habits and information about medical procedures and services.

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Prescription Assistance Program

Need help paying for prescription medicine? Ask your 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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Diabetes education

Diabetes education equips you with the knowledge and tools to live well with diabetes. Accredited by the American Diabetes Association, our classes and support services help patients manage diabetes every step of the way.

Geriatric medicine

As you grow older, your body and health needs change. Our providers know the aging process and how it affect the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions common to the elderly.

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Eye care services

We provide health care for the eyes, specializing in eye care, eyewear and contact lenses.

Pediatric care

We offer health care designed around the unique needs of children.

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Pregnancy care

Getting ready to have a child is a special time, full of hopes and dreams, preparations and decisions. We can help you give your child the best possible beginning.

Boy swings down from a branch of a tree before needing urgent care for subsequent injury.Urgent care

Illnesses, accidents and broken bones don't keep office hours. Urgent care handles the same kinds of illnesses and injuries for which you would be seen at your regular clinic.

Well-child exams

To help children and teens grow into healthy adults, we recommend well-child exams (also called checkups, wellness exams, or annual physicals).

More services

Urgent Care at Allina Health Burnsville Clinic

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Feel better fast

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.

Common care examples:

  • headaches
  • earaches
  • back pain
  • abdominal pain
  • sprains
  • broken bones
  • urinary tract infections
  • infections
  • stitches

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?