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Allina Health Savage Clinic

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Allina Health Savage Clinic
Savage Medical Building
6350 143rd Street, Suite 102
Savage, MN 55378-2023
Fax: 952-428-0499

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Clinic hours

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

Same-day appointments are available.
Walk-ins are welcome!

Holiday hours

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

Schedule or cancel appointments
online with MyChart.

Outsmart the flu this year

Get your flu shot

The best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated. Call the clinic to schedule an appointment today.

Nearby urgent care

When your clinic is closed, there's urgent care nearby at: Allina Health Burnsville Clinic.

We were showcased in a promotion about primary care throughout the Allina Health family of clinics. Two primary care providers at Allina Health Savage Clinic share their approaches to patient care.

Our clinic location is featured in this commercial about primary care services throughout the Allina family of clinics.

Three of our doctors share what they appreciate about their patients and why they chose a medical career.

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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.

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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.

Get trustworthy information about your health and the health of your family in St. Francis Regional Medical Center's community newsletter.

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.

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.

Pediatric care

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

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Pregnancy care

We can help you give your child the best possible beginning. Many moms from our clinic deliver their babies at St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Shakopee.

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

International travel clinic

Globe represents the many places Allina Health travel clinic patients travel to.

International travelers can contract illness from eating certain foods, drinking water and even from an insect bite. Our travel medicine experts will help you prevent bothersome or dangerous illnesses during your trip.

Please call 952-428-0200 to schedule an appointment four to six weeks before your departure.

Yellow fever vaccine

The Minnesota Department of Health has given Allina Health Savage Clinic the approval to provide the yellow fever immunization.

To provide yellow fever immunization, clinics must prove they can safely handle and store the yellow fever vaccine according to strict environmental control requirements.

How do I know which immunizations I will need?

Our travel medicine providers individualize travel medicine recommendation to your specific medical history, itinerary and planned activities abroad to help minimize your risk of exposure to infection.

This individual assessment is especially important as vaccine recommendations can change rapidly.

Your complete evaluation will provide you with:

  • a thorough assessment of your medical history as it pertains to the risks of travel and prevention of infection
  • general information on how to minimize exposure to insect and water-borne infections, sexually transmitted diseases and other travel tips
  • immunizations appropriate to your destination(s), your planned activities and your current medical condition
  • medications to take with you for treatment of traveler's diarrhea and other common ailments
  • medication to prevent malaria where appropriate
  • education materials regarding the countries you will be visiting including infectious disease risks
  • follow-up care on your return, if needed.

When should I schedule an appointment?

It is important to complete your immunizations four to six weeks before your departure. This allows time for good levels of antibodies to build up in your system by the time you leave. Please call 952-428-0200 to schedule an appointment.

Will this appointment be covered by insurance?

While many services are covered by insurance, it is important for you to check with your insurance provider to determine whether these travel medicine services are covered by your plan.

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Yellow fever

Yellow fever is a viral infection spread by mosquitoes. This disease is common in South America and in sub-Saharan Africa.

Learn more about yellow fever in our health library.

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Yellow fever vaccine

Yellow fever vaccine is used to prevent infection by the yellow fever virus. This vaccine is given only at authorized Yellow Fever Vaccination Centers, such as Allina Health Savage Clinic.

Learn more about the yellow fever vaccine in our health library.

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Malaria is a parasitic disease that involves high fevers, shaking chills, flu-like symptoms, and anemia. Malaria can be carried by mosquitoes in temperate climates.

Learn more about malaria in our health library.

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Traveler's diarrhea

Traveler's diarrhea is loose, watery stools. People can get traveler's diarrhea when they visit places where the water is not clean or the food is not handled safely. This can include third-world or developing countries in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.

Learn more about traveler's diarrhea in our health library.