COVID-19 Info
Patients must wear a mask, scarf, or bandanna before entering Summit. If you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath OR are in direct contact with anyone who has these symptoms, do NOT report to Summit. View Full Details    

COVID-19 Update

Summit Orthopedics is actively monitoring local and national events related to coronavirus. We have been and will continue to collaborate with the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We have safeguards in place to protect our patients, employees, and community members, and to help prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Summit facilities are open, with in-person clinic, eveing, and telehealth video visits now available

At this point, we have our OrthoQUICK locations open, in-person clinic physician appointments, and are offering telehealth video visits for new and existing patients who would like care from the convenience of their home.

These are the only locations OPEN:

We understand the importance of maintaining continuity of care for our patients. We are committed to continuing our communication with you as this situation evolves. We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we work with the most current information available to make decisions about the health and safety of the Summit family and patients.

Our corporate office is now closed to visitors. To schedule a delivery at our corporate office, please call 651-968-5200 for assistance.

Physical and Hand Therapy patients

  • We are currently operating in a reduced/essential staff model.
  • We are offering video visits as well as in-person visits in Eagan, Plymouth, Woodbury, and Vadnais Heights.

Guidelines for those seeking care

  • Patients must wear a mask, scarf, or bandana before entering a Summit facility.
  • If you have a fever, cough, and shortness of breath OR are in direct contact with anyone who has these symptoms, do NOT report to Summit, and instead please call your Primary Care Provider.
  • If you have had surgery within the last 90 days and are experiencing a fever, please reach out to us.
  • For the safety of patients and caregivers, we are not allowing visitors, family members, or additional individuals such as QRCs to accompany you to your appointment. The only exception is if the patient is a minor or requires a legal guardian to accompany them in the exam room and sign for them (such as patient with dementia). Interpreters are allowed to join.
  • Upon entry of your location, please sanitize your hands using the provided sanitizer prior to going to the check-in desk.
  • In order to see a provider, every patient at check-in will receive an infrared temperature check and finger oximeter to check oxygen levels.


For details on what to do if you’re feeling sick, call the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline at 651-201-3920.