CentraCare Family Health Center is the clinic of the University of Minnesota/St. Cloud Hospital Family Medicine Residency program. As the only residency program in Central Minnesota, the goal is to train competent, caring family physicians to practice in rural communities.
As a patient of a teaching clinic, your doctor is a graduate who has their medical degree and is completing a three-year residency. They are under the guidance of knowledgeable faculty doctors.
Why choose us?
- We provide care to all patients — insured, underinsured or uninsured.
- You get the best of both worlds --- bright, young, enthusiastic providers who have been taught the latest medical knowledge and seasoned attending physicians with lots of real world experience.
- Health Care Home assures seamless care (Meet the coordinators)
- Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy (OMT)services - properlyaligning the body so it can function at its best. It can be used to treat:
- Services such as sliding fee scale, access nurse and advocacy services and free interpreter services
- Lab, X-ray and pharmacy services in the same building
An appointment must be scheduled for each family member that needs to be seen. If interpreting services are needed, please let us know when you schedule your appointment. We prefer family members do not interpret for you.
You will need to bring your insurance information with you at your first visit. Charges for services can be paid by insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, MinnesotaCare, private insurance) or by the individual. Most insurances accepted.
Project H.E.A.L. (Health, Education, Access, Link), an outreach program of CentraCare Family Health Center, offers free health screenings and basic care at various Central Minnesota locations.
Video: What is a Health Care Home Coordinator?