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ExpressCare Clinic

Our ExpressCare Clinic is a convenient walk-in option for our patients and non-patients ages 2 and older with minor illnesses. You don’t need an appointment. Gundersen nurse practitioners, physician assistants and family physicians deliver express care, so you'll receive the same level of care as any Gundersen Clinic. Your visit will cost $70 or less with insurance.

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Current wait time

Current wait time for:

ExpressCare

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Conditions

  • Bladder or urinary tract infection (female, age 12-80)
  • Ear pain, swimmer's ear, infection, wax removal
  • Mild vomiting/diarrhea
  • Sore or strep throat
  • Sinus problems and seasonal allergies
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Insect or tick bites
  • Pink eye, skin irritation and rashes

Services

  • On-site lab testing—rapid strep test, urinalysis, pregnancy test and mono test—and a written prescription, if needed
  • Vaccinations and TB skin testing (please make an appointment through your primary care provider's office)
Fees
  • $25 rapid strep test
  • $15 urinalysis, pregnancy and mono tests

All fees are before insurance

 

Know before you go

We can care for up to 40 patients daily at ExpressCare. Our medical assistants (MAs) continue to perform TB skin tests and immunizations (not COVID-19 immunizations).

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