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Walk-in clinic wait timesNo appointment necessary. Wait times are updated every 15 minutes.
Request an appointmentOnline appointment requests are for non-emergency appointments only. If you believe you have an emergency, please call 911 or go to the Sanford Emergency & Trauma Center.
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At Sanford Health, emergency care is an organized team effort. The entire hospital and medical staff has made a commitment to excellence in emergency care.
Sanford Health is dedicated to providing the highest quality emergency care. With the development of a comprehensive emergency service, we are prepared to meet the needs of all populations. Patients receive medical attention in an order based on the severity of the injuries or illnesses.
Sanford Health’s emergency service consists of:
American College of Cardiology Foundation’s NCDR® ACTION Registry®–GWTGTM Silver Performance Achievement Award
American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® Quality Achievement Award for heart attack care
Reverified as Level II Trauma Center
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Emergency or walk-in—making the right decision
The Sanford Walk-in Clinics are not intended to be a substitute for an emergency room. In a true emergency, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. The Sanford Walk-in Clinics are not intended to treat chronic conditions or serious medical conditions. See your personal doctor in those cases.
Go to the emergency room if you have:
Go to the walk-in clinic if you have:
Guests are allowed to accompany the patient at their bedside; however, we prefer there are only one or two guests in the patient's room. To provide the best possible care and keep from overwhelming the patient, it is best for relatives and friends to remain in the emergency lobby area. Our wonderful healthcare providers will keep friends and family informed about their loved one's condition and treatment as much as possible.