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Your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics will do testing for COVID-19 if you are showing the typical symptoms of COVID-19 or believe you may have come in contact with someone who has tested positive and you are feeling unwell. Click here for symptoms of the virus.
We will not be able to do any testing of persons who are asymptomatic (are showing no symptoms) at this time. Please follow the link above to review HealthPartners’ availability for such testing.
Your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics are a group of medical clinics owned by the Minnesota Laborers Health and Welfare fund. They provide healthcare services to all covered Fund participants and their dependents ages 18 months and older. Everything that’s done at the clinic is available at no out-of-pocket cost with no deductible to meet. 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.
These clinics were created just for our Fund members and are not open to the general public, which makes it more convenient for scheduling and visits. And because your clinics are staffed with clinicians from HealthPartners, one of the most respected names in healthcare in the U.S., you can be sure of the quality of care you’ll receive.
Just one more way that the Minnesota Laborers Health and Welfare Fund is looking out for you and your family.
The first clinics were opened in Hugo and Rogers in October, 2020. The Eagan clinic will be opened in November, 2020 with more clinics planned for 2021.The clinics are open every weekday (hours vary by location and day) and both Rogers and Eagan have Saturday morning hours for your convenience. And of course, a phone or video consultation is also available for many of the services. All clinics are closed on Sunday.
You can go to your new Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics for many of the conditions you currently see your primary doctor for, including:
- Preventative care
- Chronic condition management
- Lab tests
- Colds and flu
- Seasonal allergies
- Sinus infections
- Strep throat
- Ear infections
- Minor injuries
For a complete list of services click here.
You can set up time to talk to a clinician in-person or from the comfort of your own home with a phone or video visit. Simply specify which type of visit you’d like when making your appointment.
Schedule your first appointment by calling the appointment center at 952-687-8100.
Once you are an established patient, there are two convenient ways for you to make an appointment:
- Phone – simply call the appointment center at 952-687-8100
- Online – Visit healthpartners.com/appointment and log onto your HealthPartners account. Select primary care as your visit type. Answer the questions about your visit – including if you want a phone or video visit. The Laborers Health and Wellness Clinic will be listed under Search by Location.
Walk-in appointments are not available at this time. You’ll need to make an appointment to be seen at one of the clinics. To make your first appointment, call the appointment center at 952-687-8100. Once you are an established patient, you can make appointments by phone or online by visiting healthpartners.com/appointment and logging in to your HealthPartners account.
You can make an appointment at the clinic anytime by calling 952-687-8100. To make an online appointment at your clinic you will first need a HealthPartners account which is easy to get. Click here and have your insurance card with you. They will need the ID number and will quickly issue you an account.
After you’ve been seen one time at any of the Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics, you can make an online appointment by visiting healthpartners.com and logging in to your HealthPartners Account.
Appointments typically last about 20 minutes. If you need to talk about more than one concern, just ask for an extended visit when you call to schedule your appointment. This 40-minute visit will allow for more time to discuss your concerns.
Complicated or potentially serious health conditions need to be managed by your primary care provider.
- If you are having new serious symptoms, you might need to be seen at an urgent care or emergency room. Our clinics do not have ambulances nor in-patient rooms (though if an emergency happens in the clinic, we will ensure that an ambulance is quickly called).
- Well-child exams for children under age 11 years can’t be done at the clinic, but children 18 months and older can be seen at the clinic for other concerns
- Workers’ compensation cases or injuries
If you have any questions about what conditions you can be seen for at your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinic, please call the appointment center at 952-687-8100.
Yes. Preventative care is important and available at no cost. These appointments are scheduled for 40 minutes. Please ask for extra time if you have several concerns to discuss. Pre-op physicals are also available for patients up to age 49.
Many of the prescriptions at your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics will be generic. This includes antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, blood pressure, and cholesterol prescriptions. Specialty, brand name, and narcotic pain medicines will not be available at your clinics.
Specialty and brand name drugs are not available through your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics. Prescriptions not offered at the clinics can be sent to your local pharmacy or mail order. Standard prescription coverage including individual deductibles and 80/20 coverage on non-generics will apply to prescriptions filled outside of your Laborers Health & Wellness clinics.
Prescriptions will only be given for conditions treated at your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinic. Make an appointment to see if your condition can be treated at the clinic.
Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics cannot prescribe nor give out medicines unless you are evaluated in person at the clinic. If you are currently getting prescribed medicines at your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinic and need a refill, you’ll need to make another appointment. Medications can be prescribed at a virtual visit too. In this case, the prescription would be filled at an outside pharmacy.
Your Laborers Health & Wellness Clinics can help you with many health issues and concerns, but they are not set up to handle all complex health conditions. For that reason, more complex conditions should be managed by your primary doctor, a specialist, or at an emergency room. Examples of these situations include:
- History of heart disease, stroke, or heart attack
- Head injuries, concussions, dizziness
- Blood clots and swollen legs
- Pregnancy-related issues
- Allergy shots
- Chest pains, shortness of breath
- Car accidents
- Abdominal pain
These complex conditions will be referred to urgent care or to another facility, depending on the need.
Your clinics are staffed by physician assistants (PAs) or nurse practitioners (NPs). They are certified to do many of the things a doctor can do. There’s also a board-certified doctor on staff who will rotate across the three locations. More staffing will be added as needs arise.
No. The NPs and PA’s and all MDs are all employed by HealthPartners. This means your medical information is confidential, just as it is at your regular clinic. We all take your health privacy very seriously.
Yes, of course. You may make your request when you schedule your appointment over the phone, but understand that your appointment scheduling will be dependent on the clinician’s availability. You may be asked to see that clinician at any one of the three current clinic locations if that would be more convenient and timely for you.
Visit other sites on this website MNLaborershealthwellnessclinics.org for more information. We also encourage you to make an appointment at a Laborers Health & Wellness Clinic to discuss your health and prescription needs. The clinic is here to help you save time and money by offering care and common prescriptions on-site. It is not meant to replace your primary care provider or regular pharmacy.