The myHealth staff works to ensure that our clients understand they are welcome, respected, and valued. We are committed to fostering an atmosphere of trust and rapport that encourages young people to take advantage of the services we offer. We strongly believe that access to factual information as well as sensitive, comprehensive services designed specifically for youth promotes responsibility, reduces risky behavior, improves health outcomes, and enhances life-long well-being. myHealth also sincerely believes in and supports the importance of parental communication, connectivity, and engagement with teens.
We can help.
myHealth is the only provider of subsidized, confidential adolescent-focused health care in an area larger than 1,200 square miles. In 2019, over 18,000 people benefited from our services. In 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic, myHealth is even more determined to help young people be safe and healthy.
Basic Medical Care
- Asthma Care
- Sports Physicals
- Minor Illnesses
- Annual Health Screenings
- Teen and Child Checkups
Reproductive Health Care
I’m worried about confidentiality. Can myHealth help? YES!
We know healthcare can be a cause of stress, so we do everything we can to help. According to Minnesota law, some healthcare visits can be completed confidentially, even for teens. These kinds of visits usually include any kind of reproductive healthcare, like getting birth control or an STI screening. Usually, clients 18 and older may access all myHealth services confidentially.
No matter your insurance, financial situation, or immigration status, we will help you get the care you need. Remember, no one is turned away from myHealth for an inability to pay!
If you have any concerns about confidentiality, just call 952-474-3251 and a staff member will help you.
Am I still able to get healthcare services at myHealth during the pandemic? YES!
We are offering video visits, in person appointments, and walk in visits to make it safe and easy for you to get the medical care you need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
A video visit is just like an office visit. You get the same personalized care, expert diagnosis and a treatment plan tailored to you. The only difference is that you’re speaking with your doctor or clinician via video chat. Before your video visit, you’ll need to download Google Duo – a free, simple, encrypted, high quality video call app that works on Android and Apple smartphones, tablets and computers.
Some visits will require lab work, procedures or a pharmacy pick up. When you call to schedule your visit, a nurse will let you know if we need to see you in the clinic for your visit.
For in person visits, you will be asked screening questions to ensure everyone’s safety.
We are providing care for all in need, even new clients for medical and mental health services. Call and schedule your appointment today. (952-474-3251)