Winona Health’s Urgent Care is located on the first floor of the clinic at 855 Mankato Avenue. The clinic is open seven days a week. Please bring your insurance card and a list of your current medications. Co-pay is collected at the time of your visit.
Urgent Care Hours
7 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Holidays*
*Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Easter
Any potentially life threatening conditions such as severe abdominal pain, chest pain, or significant shortness of breath should be evaluated in the Emergency Department.
If you prefer to schedule an appointment with a primary care provider, please call one of the departments listed below:
- Bring all prescription and over-the-counter medications that you’re taking.
- Bring your insurance or Medicare card in case we need to update your file. This will ensure accurate information for insurance filing.
- If your insurance requires a co-pay, please have your checkbook or payment with you to take care of this at the time of service.
- Please alert the registration staff to any changes in your telephone number or emergency contacts in case we would need to follow up with you after your appointment.
- Write down your list of questions and concerns because you may not remember to ask everything during your appointment. If you have questions prepared in advance, you’re sure to leave with the information you need.
When someone in your family is sick, determining where to take them for medical care can be confusing. For a guide to help you decide, visit our Where should I go? page.
Winona Health Urgent Care Clinic is staffed with experienced physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
Winona Health Urgent care patients are generally treated on a first-come, first-served basis. Every attempt is made to see you as quickly as possible, wait times are based on the number of people seeking care as well as the seriousness of their condition.
If the illness or injury is something you’d normally see your family doctor for, but you are not able to get an appointment right away or it’s after hours, urgent care is the right choice. Bring your insurance card, photo ID and a list of current medications.
- Colds and flu, including fevers, coughs, sore throats and earaches
- Sprains, strains and simple fractures
- Scrapes, cuts and lacerations
- Minor burns
- Skin conditions including rashes, poison ivy and insect bites
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Urinary tract infections
- Back pain
- Allergic Reactions
- Animal bites
Winona Health’s Emergency Department never turns patients away, but keeping our Emergency Department open for true emergencies is important for the patients that need critical care immediately. If the illness or injury seems more critical than something you’d see your primary care doctor for or if you need care in the middle of the night, seek emergency care. In general, please use this as a guide only. This is not intended to be a tool to diagnose injuries or illnesses. When in doubt, call 911.
- Complex fractures or bones protruding through the skin
- Head injuries, or a sudden, very severe headache or loss of vision (could be the sign of a stroke)
- Stomach aches/abdominal pain
- Chest pain or heart attack symptoms – call 911
- Serious lacerations, severe bleeding or poisoning
- Intoxication, overdose or attempted suicide
You will be advised about all follow-up procedures. Please note, Winona Health Urgent Care does not provide medication refills. We encourage you to follow up with your Primary Care Provider. To find a provider, click here.
Our Urgent Care Clinic accepts most health plans, cash, personal checks, and most major credit cards.
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Winona Health, Clinic 1st floor
855 Mankato Avenue
Winona, MN 55987
7 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday–Friday
8 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday–Sunday