Illness doesn’t always occur at the most convenient time. That’s why you can access the Apple Valley Medical Center’s Urgent Care from 8 am to 8 pm, 365 days a year – even on holidays. No appointments are ever needed. Our Urgent Care providers have access to full-service laboratory and X-ray technology during all open hours, and there is always a physician on site. Our providers treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries, but remember… if you believe your injury is life-threatening, call 911.
365-DAY URGENT CARE | 8 AM – 8 PM
If you are experiencing symptoms associated with a medical emergency, such as a heart attack or stroke, call 911.
What it is
Urgent care treats you and your loved one – baby, child or adult – for most of the same non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries you would see your primary care provider for, on a walk-in basis. You do not need to be an Allina Health patient to be seen at urgent care.
Good for treating
Go to urgent care for non-life-threatening illness, infection or injury, such as:
What to expect
Your wait time may vary based on the number of patients and the severity of their care needs. This means if someone comes in after you with a more serious problem, they may be seen before you. When you arrive, the front desk staff will let you know your estimated wait time.
Walk ins are always welcome. We’ll always to our best to see you quickly!
All major health plans are accepted. Your insurance provider will be able to tell you your copayment, what is and isn’t covered under your plan, and how much you will be responsible for paying out-of-pocket.
Apple Valley does not currently have access to the Allina Health electronic health records or the On My Way. This is coming Fall of 2020!
Good to Know
You may find yourself in situations where you are unsure where to go for health care. Here is a basic rule of thumb to help you decide the right place to get care. Go to:
If you are already an Allina Health patient, our urgent care providers will be able to access your health record. Your Allina Health primary care provider will be kept up-to-date on the urgent care received via your electronic health record.