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Urgency Care - St. Cloud

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CentraCare Urgency Center delivers the high-quality urgent medical care you expect without the ER wait or cost, 365 days a year with no appointment needed. 

Conditions We Treat

CentraCare Urgency Center provides medical treatment for a wide range of illnesses, injuries, and urgent medical conditions, many of which would traditionally be treated in an Emergency Room.

Common health concerns treated include:

  • abdominal pain
  • acute injury evaluation
  • blood clots or leg pain
  • broken bones
  • cough and cold symptoms
  • cuts requiring stitches
  • dislocations, sprains and strains
  • eye pain and injury
  • fast-onset joint and back pain
  • fever, dehydration, nausea or vomiting
  • headache/migraine
  • mild chest pain with no cardiac history
  • minor head injury
  • minor injuries from motor vehicle collisions
  • nosebleed
  • pediatric illness and injuries
  • respiratory issues including asthma

If you feel your condition could be life threatening, please go to the Emergency Room or call 911 immediately. Should you choose to be seen at the Urgency Center, it may be determined that you should go to the Emergency Room for more in depth assessment and treatment.

What is the Urgency Center?

The Urgency Center can treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries for which you might otherwise go to a hospital ER. We are staffed with highly trained physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses who are equipped with the latest medical technology to quickly and skillfully evaluate and treat your illness or injury.

How is the Urgency Center different than urgent care or the ER?

Access to advanced lab and imaging equipment allows us to treat more serious conditions that cannot be treated at an urgent care clinic.

The Urgency Center does not take ambulances, which allows us to see patients in a timely manner without having to delay services due to critical emergencies.

The Urgency Center is not attached to a hospital so this usually means the bill is less expensive than if you were seen in the Emergency Room.

* If your condition is life threatening or requires intensive evaluation or treatment you may be sent to the Emergency Room to receive more in-depth care.

What will it cost?

Costs will depend on the treatment required, usually, at a lower cost than a visit to the hospital emergency room.

Most health plans are accepted; however, you do not need to have insurance to come to the Urgency Center. Since benefit plans vary, please check with your insurance company. After your paperwork is sent to your insurance company, a bill will be sent to you. All co-pays are due at the time of your visit. The Urgency Center accepts cash, personal checks, Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover® as payment options.

Where do I go for care?

I need care. Where do I go?

CentraCare Health offers many options to serve you.

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