The Health and Wellness Clinic will be closed for the holidays and will open again on January 4, 2021. Our January hours will be Monday through Thursday 9:00-2:00. We will continue to see all mental health appointments virtually through google meet. Patients can call the clinic to schedule an appointment for limited appointment reasons at 651-690-6714. Online scheduling is available in the patient portal for immunizations and mental health appointments only. Please see the COVID section below for information on COVID testing and COVID visits.
At peak times we experience high call volume, we appreciate your patience during these times. Please leave us a message when calling and any message left during business hours will be returned the same day.
At this time we would like to remind our community that the most important thing we can do for ourselves and the health of our community is to limit contact with others, wash our hands, and stay home if we are not well.
Health and Wellness Clinic Testing
During January, the Health and Wellness Clinic will offer COVID testing for students, faculty and staff (no longer for immediate family). All COVID testing will now be billed to the patient's health insurance. Any cost not covered by insurance will be sent to the patient's student account. Please check with your health insurance prior to signing up to be tested to ensure coverage.
For all asymptomatic students, faculty or staff, you can sign up to be tested in the Butler Center COVID testing site. Please note the testing site entrance is located on the side of Butler near the entrance to the Health and Wellness Clinic.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID and would like to be assessed by a provider, you will need to make an appointment to be seen in the Health and Wellness Clinic. Please call 651-690-6714 to schedule an appointment.
When you arrive for your test:
- Wear your mask until you begin the test.
- Bring your smartphone and health insurance card with you to register for the test.
- Please have your health insurance information available to enter into the system.
- Do not eat or drink anything for 30 minutes prior to testing.
- Results will be sent directly to you via email once they have been processed.
Other locations for testing
Most clinics and hospitals across the state have the ability to collect samples (specimens) for lab testing. See Find Testing Locations for a map of Minnesota's ongoing testing locations.
Call ahead before going to the clinic or hospital to be tested. Not all clinics test people who do not have symptoms.
MDH works in partnership with communities to provide safe and free on-site COVID-19 testing in areas with outbreaks, increasing cases, or other barriers to access existing test sites. See COVID-19 Community Testing for locations and dates for new community testing sites.
Health and Wellness Patient Portal
Use the patient portal to complete pending forms, access secure messaging, schedule mental health follow up appointments, and access and print immunization records.