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Urgent care

From fixing fractures to fighting the flu. We're here for you 7 days a week.

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You likely didn’t plan to suffer through a workday with a sinus infection or cut your finger making dinner. But, you can be seen quickly for unexpected illness, infection or injury, at a time that fits your schedule. Urgent care is a convenient choice when your clinic is closed or you can’t get an appointment that fits your schedule.

Our urgent care locations are open late, including weekends and most holidays. Walk ins are always welcome, or you can check wait times and hold your spot in line until your arrival time with On My Way.


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What it is

Urgent care treats you and your loved one – baby, child or adult – for most of the same non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries you would see your primary care provider for, on a walk-in basis. You do not need to be an Allina Health patient to be seen at urgent care.

Good for treating

Go to urgent care for non-life-threatening illness, infection or injury, such as:

  • abdominal pain
  • allergies
  • asthma or breathing trouble
  • back pain
  • burn, frostbite, sunburn
  • cough, cold or flu symptoms
  • cut or bruise
  • dehydration
  • diarrhea
  • ear pain
  • eye irritation or injury, or minor changes in vision
  • fever
  • migraine and headache
  • pink eye
  • rash
  • respiratory infection
  • sinus infection
  • skin infection
  • sprain or bone break
  • sore throat
  • urinary tract infection
  • vomiting

What to expect

Put your name on the wait list
When you use On My Way, you’ll be putting your name on a list of patients who need to be seen at a specific urgent care location. Unlike an appointment, the wait list is based on an estimated time. Your wait time may vary based on the number of patients and the severity of their care needs. This means if someone comes in after you with a more serious problem, they may be seen before you. When you arrive, the front desk staff will let you know your estimated wait time.

Walk ins are always welcome. You do not need to use On My Way to be seen at urgent care. We’ll always to our best to see you quickly!

Whether your walk in or use On My Way, your wait time will vary depending on the severity of your needs and the number of other patients at that urgent care location.

All major health plans are accepted. Your insurance provider will be able to tell you your copayment, what is and isn’t covered under your plan, and how much you will be responsible for paying out-of-pocket.

Good to know

You may find yourself in situations where you are unsure where to go for health care. Here is a basic rule of thumb to help you decide the right place to get care. Go to:

  • the nearest emergency department (ED) or call 911 if you have any signs or symptoms of a life-threatening condition – emergency departments are open 24/7
  • urgent care for non-life-threatening illness, infection or injury, when your clinic is closed or you can’t get a convenient appointment
  • Everyday Clinics for a less expensive option for the treatment of minor illness, injury or skin issues
  • primary care clinic for scheduled appointments including physicals (annual, sports and return to work), preventive care, ongoing care and treatment for chronic conditions
  • Everyday Online a less expensive option for the treatment of a variety of common everyday conditions virtually, when you don’t want to travel to a health care setting or you can't get a convenient appointment

If you are already an Allina Health patient, our urgent care providers will be able to access your health record. Your Allina Health primary care provider will be kept up-to-date on the urgent care received via your electronic health record.

Related links

Source: Allina Health Urgent Care and Allina Health Patient Education
Reviewed by: Paul Reicho, MD

First published: 2/24/2012
Last reviewed: 1/12/2017

Allina Health Everyday Clinic

This is a retail clinic location. We offer basic services for minor injuries and illnesses for patients 18 months and older. We do not see visits for workers' or injury compensation.

From the list below, please select the condition that best describes what you would like to be seen for. If you do not see what you are looking for, please visit an Urgent Care location or schedule a visit with your primary care provider.
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Everyday On Wheels

Everyday On Wheels mobile clinic is not wheel chair accessible due to the size of the vehicle. Patients should be able to safely climb a short set of stairs to enter the mobile clinic.

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time and have your mobile phone available for the provider to contact you when they are ready to see you.

We've changed how we provide some services with your care and safety in mind. Expanded virtual care services are available to schedule online. You can also call your clinic for help finding the best option.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the Alert bell nearest emergency room.

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What’s the reason for your visit?

Only these primary care appointments can be scheduled online. For all other appointments or with any questions, call 1-888-425-5462.

What’s the reason for your visit?

Only these primary care appointments can be scheduled online. For all other appointments or with any questions, call 1-888-425-5462.