CentraCare Urgent Care

Get the Care You Need, When You Need It

CentraCare Urgent Care is a quick and convenient way to get care for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries when your regular clinic is closed or you're unable to see your primary care doctor.

Virtual Urgent Care
We also offer an online option for urgent care. Virtual Urgent Care allows you to participate in a video call with a trusted CentraCare Urgent Care clinician. Learn more about our convenient Virtual Care options.

Urgent Care is not intended for routine or chronic medical care. It's important to see a primary care doctor for regular and preventive health services. Call 320-200-3200 if you have questions about the right location to visit for your injury or illness.

Conditions and Symptoms We Treat:

Minor Illnesses

  • Cold, cough, flu
  • Asthma, shortness of breath
  • Strep throat
  • Sinus pain or infection
  • Eye irritation or pink eye
  • Heartburn or acid reflux
  • Abdominal pain, GI concerns
  • Skin issues, rash, cyst, boil, abscess
  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • Vaginal discharge

Minor Injuries

  • Broken bones, minor
  • Burns, minor
  • Car accident injuries, minor
  • Cuts that may need stitches
  • Head injuries, minor
  • Joint and back pain

Can I Get Vaccinations at Urgent Care?

Vaccinations used in response to urgent conditions, such as tetanus, are available at all locations. For other vaccines, please call 320-200-3200 to find a CentraCare location that can best serve you.

If needed, our CentraCare Urgent Care providers also can refer you to a medical specialist at CentraCare.

Who Can Be Treated?

Patients ages 3 months and older are welcome at CentraCare Urgent Care locations. Those with chronic or pre-existing conditions may be referred to the Emergency Room, depending on the situation.

What Will It Cost?

The cost of a visit to CentraCare Urgent Care is less than a visit to an Emergency Room.

We accept most health insurance plans. Co-pays are due at the time of your visit. Those without insurance are welcome. Payment options include cash, checks and credit cards.

Do You Close Early?

We may stop taking new patients before our posted closing time if the number of patients that are waiting is more than we can see within our clinic hours. We can only accept as many patients as we are able to see before closing time.