Making an appointment is as simple as calling! myHealth offers a wide range of services, and even if the service you need isn’t something we offer, we’ll do our best to recommend a clinic that fits your needs.
As always, if your medical situation is an emergency, please call 911.
To make an appointment, call us at 952-474-3251
For information on hours, locations, and directions, visit the link below.
At the clinic:
When you get to myHealth, you’ll first check in at the front desk. You’ll be given some paperwork to fill out.
Next, you’ll head over to the lab. Depending on what your appointment is for and if you’ve been to myHealth before, you’ll probably have to do a couple of tests. These may include peeing in a cup and doing a finger prick.
Next, you’ll be assigned to a private room where you’ll talk to one of our nurses. The nurse will go over your health history, allergies, and any medications that you are taking. You can feel free to ask the nurse any questions that you may have.
After that, the nurse will step out and you will talk to the medical provider. He or she will…
- Perform any exams.
- Prescribe any necessary prescriptions.
- Address any concerns you may have.
If you are prescribed anything, you’ll next head over to our in-house pharmacy with the nurse to receive and discuss any prescriptions.
After your appointment, the nurse will walk you back to the front desk to schedule any follow-up appointments.
Here’s what you should bring:
- Insurance card (if you have one)
- No insurance? We may help you sign up for a confidential insurance plan, so if would be helpful for you to bring the following items if you have them:
- Social security number
- Birth certificate
- Driver’s license or passport
- Month’s worth of paystubs if employed
- List of your current medications
We’ll work with you:
We provide both low-cost and free health care and no one is turned away if they are not able to pay. Payment is based on a sliding scale of how much you are able to pay. We are happy to see clients without health insurance. We even have staff that are able to help you find out if you qualify for a low-cost state health insurance plan.
If you have an insurance plan that is not listed below, give us a call and we’ll help you figure things out.
Here’s some of the major plans we take:
- Hennepin Health
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Minnesota Family Planning Program
- MN Medical Assistance
Major plans we do NOT take:
- South Country Health Alliance
- Itasca Medical Care
- Out-of-state Medicaid plans
Working with teens and young adults:
While we do encourage healthy communication between young people and their parents/guardians, we understand that not all young people feel comfortable or safe having conversations regarding their reproductive health (annual exams, pap smears, pregnancy testing, STI testing and treatment). That is why all reproductive services at myHealth for Teens & Young Adults are confidential (private), which means that a person under 18 does NOT need to get permission from, or even tell, a parent/guardian that they are coming to our clinic to receive this care. Under Minnesota Statute 144.341-347 it is a minor’s right to receive confidential reproductive health care (MN Minor Consent Law).
Parental Consent Form (For clients under 18)*
*NOTE: this is required for teens under 18 years old who are accessing basic medical care services but is NOT required for pregnancy and birth control services, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections and chemical abuse assessment and counseling as required by Minnesota state law.