The Winona Health Urgent Care Clinic celebrated five years of being open seven days a week at Sarnia Square, 420 E. Sarnia.
More than 23,000 patients per year use the Urgent Care Clinic. “Urgent Care provides an important service in our community,” said Beth Poulin, Urgent Care manager, “This is an especially busy time of year. On October 12, we set a new record by providing care for 125 patients in one day.”
Several new healthcare providers recently join the Urgent Care Clinic and are looking forward to caring for individuals of all ages.
Winona Health Urgent Care providers include:
• Britton Ercanbrack, DO
• Christopher Schubert, MD
• Brett Whyte, MD
• Amy Bastian, PA-C
• Catherine Compton, CNP
• Teri Douglas, CNP
• Amanda Hansen, CNP
• Christina Schank, CNP
In addition, these on-call providers periodically serve in the Urgent Care Clinic:
• Tom Stoa, MD
• Howard Gorder, PA-C
• Danielle O’Laughlin, PA-C
• Kimberly Tate, PA-C
• Sally Pollock, CNP
• Nawang Sherpa, CNP
Urgent Care is appropriate for illnesses or injuries normally seen by ones’ family doctor when an appointment with the family doctor isn’t available or it’s after hours. For example Urgent Care is appropriate for:
• Sprains, strains or possible broken bones
• Headaches, stomach aches, sore throats
• Coughs, ear infections, fever, colds, flu
• Minor burns, lacerations which may require stitches or animal bites
• Worker’s compensation injuries
When visiting Urgent Care, please bring insurance card, photo ID and a list of current medications.
If the illness or injury seems more critical or if care is needed in the middle of the night, emergency care is available around the clock on the Winona Health campus at 855 Mankato Avenue.
Urgent Care is open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information about Urgent Care, including current wait times, is available online at www.winonahealth.org/uc.