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CentraCare opens quickClinic in Foley

Published in Media Releases Author: CentraCare

Coborn's, Inc. and CentraCare Health have formed a partnership to provide greater access to health care for people living across Central Minnesota and in the St. Cloud area.

Today, CentraCare Health opened a new walk-in clinic, called quickClinic, in the Coborn's grocery store at 161 Glen Street in Foley. The newly renovated space is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, including most holidays. The quickClinic includes a waiting area and two exam rooms.

This is the second quickClinic location to open in recent months; the first opened in Waite Park at Cash Wise, and another quickClinic is expected to open soon at the Coborn's store in Sartell.

"Health care is changing – and so are the needs of our community," said Ken Holmen, MD, President and CEO of CentraCare Health. "And by partnering with those within our community, we can achieve our goal of improving the health of every patient every day by making access to care convenient for those we serve."

The quickClinic offers treatment for common health care concerns, including common illnesses, skin conditions, minor injuries and a wide range of vaccinations, wellness screenings and physicals.

"This is about a local grocery company and local health care provider partnering to further serve the community they both call home," said Chris Coborn, President, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Coborn's, Inc. "We know our guests lead busy lives; we are excited to provide this service through our on-going partnership with CentraCare, a trusted organization that has been providing quality local health care to the area for years."

The Coborn family and Coborn's, Inc. have been strong supporters of CentraCare's mission to improve the health of every patient, every day. In 2001, Coborn's, Inc. made a $3 million donation to CentraCare Health System to establish a customized cancer care center known as the Coborn Cancer Center. In 2016, the Coborn Family Foundation provided a $1 million gift for a cancer survivorship center, which is currently being built next to the Coborn Cancer Center. Dan Coborn, former Coborn's, Inc. CEO and President, provided a $500,000 estate gift to the CentraCare Health Foundation following his passing in March 2017. Chris Coborn is currently a member of the CentraCare Health Board of Directors.