Emergency Room – 24/7
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Riverside (across the street from the Augsburg Foss Center/chapel) 612-273-6402 2312 South 6th Street
Health Partners Riverside Clinic — Urgent Care Walk-in services; call 952-853-8800 for directions and approximate wait time. Welcomes most insurance and self-payment. 5-9pm Monday – Thursday, Saturday 9-5, Sunday noon -5.
HCMC Urgent Care Downtown Minneapolis Red Building, R1.060 730 South 8th Street Entrance Monday-Friday 9am-9pm; Saturday-Sunday 9am-7pm
Smileys Clinic No evening/weekend urgent care; but same day appointments may be available Monday-Friday. Call as soon as possible after 8am 612-333-0770
Medical clinics near Augsburg
Smiley’s Clinic. 612-333-0770 Low cost services for uninsured Augsburg students; accepts most insurance.
Walk-In Clinic 327 Cedar Avenue South 612-294-1333 Offers “high quality, affordable, and convenient” health care. Diagnose and treat common minor illnesses, minor injuries, minor skin conditions, and STD testing. Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am to 6pm
Fairview Clinics – Riverside 612-672-2450 For appointments, call 855-FAIRVIEW. Located across from the chapel on Riverside in the Professional Building, 606 24th Avenue South. 7am – 6pm Monday – Friday. Accepts most insurance.
Health Partners Riverside Clinic 612-341-5000; to schedule 952-967-7175 Located across Riverside Avenue from Augsburg; 2220 Riverside Avenue. Regular Hours 8-5 Monday to Friday (Urgent Care hours also available). Accepts most insurance.
Low cost health care
Augsburg students have access to low-cost ($5 co-pay) health care through Smiley’s Clinic.
Community-University Health Care Center – Hmong, Lao, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Somali, and Spanish interpreters on staff. Medical and dental services availalbe. May qualify for a sliding fee if Hennepin County resident.
People’s Center Medical Clinic – Medical Clinic located one block from Augsburg; family practice, women’s health, and dental clinic. Also provides STD testing and treatment, and smoking cessation.
Family Tree Clinic – Reproductive medical services on sliding fee scale for men and women. In-depth family planning and decision-making counseling to patients who are considering sexual involvement for the first time or who are coming in for their first pelvic exam. Services include: pap smears, birth control services, colposcopy, emergency contraception, screening and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy testing and counseling, individualized midlife/menopause services, and a Herpes Support Group. Located off Snelling and I-94 in St. Paul.
TAMS (Teen Age Medical Service) – For young people ages 12-22. No one refused service due to inability to pay.
Neighborhood HealthSource Three community health clinics in North and Northeast Minneapolis; sliding fee scale; help applying for MNSure (for health insurance application help, talk to Community Access Coordinator Julie Lor). Walk-ins welcome.
MNSure – New Health insurance exchange that provides a one-stop health insurance marketplace where Minnesotans can find and compare plans and choose the coverage that fits their needs. Based on your income, MNSure will also let you know if you qualify for free or low cost insurance through the state or federal insurance programs (Medical Assistance or Minnesota Care).
Minnesota Health Care Programs – General information page on several Minnesota Health Care programs.
Medical Assistance – Healthcare coverage for people with low incomes.
Minnesota Care – A subsidized, low cost insurance program for uninsured residents of Minnesota who meet certain income, asset, and property guidelines.
Assured Care (Hennepin County) – Access to outpatient health care services on a sliding fee scale. Not medical insurance. Must meet income and other guidelines. all 612-348-6141.
Neighborhood Health Care Network – 20 clinics in metro area on sliding fee scale or flexible payment plan. Callers can also receive assistance in applying for Minnesota state health care programs and access free medical advice over the phone.
Sage Screening Program – Program that provides free mammograms and pap smears to Minnesotans depending on eligibility guidelines (must be uninsured or underinsured).
St. Mary’s Health Clinics – Provides health care services at no cost to low income, uninsured individuals and families. Donation for services appreciated. 11 clinics in the metro area.
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Online Health Info
Mayo Clinic Reputable online medical information website.