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That's right. When colds, flu and aches and pains pop up at the most inconvenient time, there is a Sanford Health no-appointment-necessary walk-in clinic open every day of the year, including nights, weekends and holidays. Just walk in to any of Sanford Health's four walk-in clinics for quick, convenient care provided by expertly trained health care providers.
For your convenience, our Sanford North Walk-in Clinic and Sanford Downtown Walk-in Clinic in Bismarck, Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic in Minot and Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic in Dickinson serve all ages and are open every day of the week, including weekends, evenings and holidays. Our Sanford Children's Walk-in Clinic in Bismarck offers walk-in hours 8 a.m.—8 p.m. weekdays.Thanks to Sanford Health's innovative electronic medical records system, your medical records from any Sanford Health doctor will be immediately accessible at any of our four walk-in clinic locations within the western region of Sanford Health headquartered in Bismarck.
The 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 walk-in clinics are not intended to treat chronic conditions or serious medical conditions. See your personal doctor in those cases.
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