No cost healthcare for Minnesota Laborers Health and Welfare Fund members!
The Laborers Health & Wellness ClinicsⓇ are modern, professional health clinics that provide many of the basic services one expects from your regular clinic, but with one very important difference: all services for you and your dependents that are delivered within the clinics are at absolutely no cost to you. Medications that are provided as part of an in-clinic visit are supplied at no cost. Vaccinations done at the clinics are available at no cost.
Your clinics are staffed with clinicians from HealthPartners and you can be assured you’ll receive the same high quality of care at your Laborers Health and Wellness Clinics. Check out the “Clinic Care & Services” section of this website to see the wide range of primary care services offered as well as the convenient option of Virtual Clinics (phone or video clinician-patient consultations) for many conditions.
The Minnesota Laborers Health and Welfare Fund has long been engaged in our members’ health and wellness, from the ever-popular Health Fairs, to personal health and wellness habits through our partnership with your EAP, Sand Creek, part of AllOne HealthⓇ. Creating convenient clinics is simply the next step in making it easier for you be more proactive about your health.
We are all in this together! We are excited to open these clinics to better serve your healthcare needs, now and in the future. The first three clinics will be geographically positioned to meet the needs of the Twin Cities metro area: Hugo, Rogers, and Eagan. Virtual Clinic consultation for many services is available for all Minnesota residents. The virtual clinic option is currently not available if you live outside Minnesota but we are committed to expanding this option to other U.S. states in the very near future.
Laborers Health & Wellness Clinic Locations
Your Clinics and HealthPartners
The trustees of the Minnesota Laborers Health and Welfare Fund are proud of our relationship with HealthPartnersⓇ. Your clinics are staffed with clinicians from HealthPartners and you can be assured you’ll receive high-quality care at your Laborers Health and Wellness Clinics.
For over sixty years, HealthPartners has been an innovative leader in healthcare. HealthPartners created one of the first consumer-governed, prepaid health plans in the United States in the 1950s and have continued to innovate over the years. Their doctors are all board-certified and many appear each year on “Top Doctors” lists.
Your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics will be staffed by physician assistants and nurse practitioners who are certified to do many of the things a doctor does. A board-certified medical doctor will rotate among the three clinic locations (Hugo, Eagan, and Rogers) with additional doctors and clinicians added as demand increases for these clinic services.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Powered by Sand Creek
As a Minnesota Laborers Health and Welfare Fund member, you and your eligible family members have easy access (phone or online) to a best-in-class employee assistance program. This EAP is a family health counseling service that is provided at no cost for eligible participants and eligible dependents.
Managed by Sand Creek (which is part of AllOneⓇ Health) on behalf of the fund, Sand Creek offers counseling and coaching with a wide range of life resources to assist you and your family on your physical and mental well-being journey. We all recognize that life can be tough sometimes; we at the Fund and Sand Creek are here to help.
Your fund chose Sand Creek, a leader in EAP, because they offer face-to-face counseling, and respond with live Sand Creek professionals to answer questions and provide on-demand support in any situation. All services are free to fund members and are highly professional, private, and confidential. Available 24/7/365. Some of the topics most popular with our members are:
- Elder Care
- Childcare Referrals
- Work Issues
- Stress Management
- Chemical Abuse
- Tobacco Cessation
- Financial Concerns
- Legal Referral
For additional information on many of these topics, you may also find helpful the information posted in the “Your Health Resources” section of this website.