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Allina Health Hastings First Street Clinic

Allina Health Hastings First Street Clinic offers urgent care hours.

Allina Health Hastings First Street Clinic
1210 West First Street
Hastings, MN 55033
Fax: 651-438-1837

Optical: 651-404-1092

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Clinic hours

Monday to Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Holiday Hours

Walk-in clinic hours

Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
No appointment needed

Eye care services and optical shop

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday:
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Second Saturday each month: 8:30 a.m. to noon

To make an appointment,
call 651-438-1800 anytime.

Schedule or cancel appointments
online with MyChart.

Meet Chris Reece, PA-C.

Biking enthusiast and family medicine provider.

Help us welcome Chris Reece, PA-C to the Hastings First Street Clinic.

Learn about Chris.

Angela Faulkner, MD, discusses her favorite aspects of being an OB/GYN physician and her special interests.

Bradley Klebs, MD, discusses his practice philosophy and how he addresses each patient's individual needs.

Jennifer Slostad, MD, discusses the reasons she chose to become an OB/GYN.

Primary care providers

Family medicine ?

Christine Rogers, PA-C

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Family medicine

A family physician is concerned with the general health needs of people of all ages. He or she can refer you to a specialist or community resources when appropriate.

Family doctors receive training in six broad areas: community medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry and surgery.

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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.

  • They diagnose and treat cancer, infections and diseases that affect the blood, blood circulation, breathing, digestion, the heart, joints and kidneys.
  • Their knowledge involves disease prevention, wellness, substance abuse, mental health and treating problems of the ears, eyes, nervous system, skin and reproductive organs.

Obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) ?

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Obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN)

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.


Audiology (hearing care) ?

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Audiology (hearing care)

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

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Cardiovascular disease

Cardiologists are doctors who identify, treat and help you manage conditions like angina, heart attack, heart rhythm problems, high blood pressure, peripheral artery disease (PAD) and stroke.

Diabetes, endocrinology and metabolism ?

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Diabetes, endocrinology and metabolism

Your endocrine glands regulate your body by sending hormones directly into the blood and other fluids. This affects metabolism, the use of energy and other chemical processes your body needs to function. When either aspect isn't working properly, diseases like diabetes can result -- and our specialists can help.

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.

Gastroenterology ?

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Gastroenterologists are doctors who treat problems with the bowels, liver, stomach and other parts of your digestive system.

General surgery ?

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General surgery

Surgeons are doctors who there for you before, during and after an operation.

Hematology (blood conditions and cancer) ?

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Hematology (blood conditions and cancer)
Hematologists are doctors who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illnesses affecting the blood and bone marrow.

Occupational medicine ?

Bavana Anand, MD

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Occupational medicine

Where you work can affect your health. Occupational medicine doctors work with employers and employees to prevent or manage injuries and illnesses. Learn more about occupational medicine.

Oncology (cancer care) ?

Karin Armstrong, MD

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Cancer (medical oncology)

Cancer is a general term for more than 100 diseases caused by uncontrolled, abnormal cell growth. Medical oncologists are doctors who treat cancer.

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.

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.

Plastic and reconstructive surgery ?

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Plastic surgery

Our cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons can improve how you and others see you.

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. He or she also may prescribe medicine and perform surgery.

Psychology ?


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

Pulmonology (lung care) ?

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Pulmonology (lung care)

Pulmonologists are doctors who help people with lung and breathing problems like asthma and lung cancer. They also see patients with sleep disorders.

Urology ?

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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.

* For the convenience of our patients, we proudly offer the services of independent providers.

Prescription Assistance Program

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

A woman smiles as she touches the rim of her eyeglasses

Eye care services and optical shop

We provide health care for the eyes, specializing in eye care, eyewear and contact lenses.
A mother kisses her baby

Pregnancy care

Pregnancy care can help you give your child the best possible beginning. Many moms from our clinic deliver their babies at United Hospital in St. Paul or Regina Medical Center. in Hastings.

A young girl whispers into her mother's ear.

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 with diabetes smiles as his granddaughter drapes her arm over his shoulders.

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.

Cancer diagnosis and treatment

Our clinic is a safe, flexible place to receive chemotherapy.
After mental health counseling, a woman enjoys a sunny day outdoors in a grassy field

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.

employer notes the need for occupational health services on his clipboard

Occupational health services

Our team of providers and nurses has years of experience helping employees and employers get to work and stay healthy.