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Allina Health Champlin Clinic
Allina Health Champlin Clinic
Optical shop: 763-236-0705
Map and directions
Monday to Thursday: 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Open Thanksgiving Day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday to Friday: 3 to 10 p.m.
Monday and Thursday:
New clinic to better serve patients
We're building a new clinic right next door. Expected to open in late spring of 2015. Watch for updates.
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.
Buy One, Get One Free
Purchase a pair of frames and lenses from Allina Health optical and then take your pick for a second pair FREE. See your optician for details.
Meet Dr. Heidi Gunn.
World traveler, theater lover and family doctor.
Help us welcome Heidi Gunn, MD, to the Champlin clinic.
We work with Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, to promote good health habits and information about medical procedures and services.
Need help paying for prescription medicine? Ask your Allina health care provider to refer you to the Prescription Assistance Program.
We provide health care for the eyes, specializing in eye care, eyewear and contact lenses.
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.
Pregnancy care can help you give your child the best possible beginning. Many moms from our clinic deliver their babies at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids.
Need help managing your medication? Meet with a pharmacist at your clinic to have a comprehensive medication review.
Urgent Care at Allina Health Champlin Clinic
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:
Questions and answers about urgent care
Call your primary care clinic and ask to speak with a nurse. Many primary care clinics have early morning, evening and weekend hours. Same-day appointments may be available.
Another option is to call your health insurance provider. Many health plans offer a nurse line, available 24/7.
If medical care is needed immediately to preserve life or avoid permanent harm, go to the nearest hospital emergency room (ER) or call 911. Two examples are severe pain and major trauma.
It depends on your health plan (medical insurance). Health plans define and pay differently for urgent care and clinic/office visits. Please check with your health plan about differences.
Most health plans will. Please check with your health plan's customer service.
Most health plan benefits are designed to encourage use of a primary care provider for routine care. Urgent care is an additional care option for those occasional times when the need is not life-threatening, but more immediate.
Urgent care copays are likely to be lower than hospital emergency room (ER) copays.
You do not need to be an Allina Health patient. Everyone, from babies to mature adults, can be seen at Allina Health Urgent Care. All major health plans are accepted.
Urgent care often treats unexpected needs, such as sprains, bone breaks, skins rashes or high fevers. This is why urgent care providers see patients in order of arrival and seriousness of their need.
Just walk in and you will be seen by the first available provider.
Your wait time will depend on the severity of your needs and the number of other patients at the same urgent care location. You can check the wait times at all Urgent Care locations here.
If you already are an Allina Health patient, our urgent care clinics can access your electronic health record. Your Allina Health primary care provider will be kept up-to-date on the urgent care received via your electronic health record.
With your consent, you can have one common medical record that can be securely accessed by caregivers at:
What other choices exist when my clinic is closed but it's not severe enough to go to an emergency room?
If you're an Allina Health patient, a MyChart e-Visit can give you answers about conditions like diarrhea, heartburn, red eye, colds, flu and sinus problems. We'll respond with a diagnosis and treatment plan within one hour, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.
Retail health clinics, such as MinuteClinic, located in grocery and drug stores are another option. For more about MinuteClinic, visit minuteclinic.com.