OrthoQUICK: Walk-in Clinic
Walk-in orthopedic urgent care open daily, for when you need us right away. Our OrthoQUICK bone and joint injury clinics are located in Woodbury, Eagan, and Vadnais Heights. Open 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm. For assistance, please call the OrthoQUICK clinic (651) 968–5806.
OrthoQUICK, Summit’s orthopedic urgent care clinic, was designed for busy families and individuals who want walk-in access to specialized care following a recent bone or joint injury.
Benefits of OrthoQUICK:
- No appointment necessary
- Be treated by experts trained in orthopedics
- Avoid long wait times compared to alternative options
- Patients typically pay a regular office visit copay
- Care provided in calm and family-friendly atmosphere
- Avoid unnecessary exposure to illnesses and germs from waiting rooms shared with individuals with a wide range of illnesses, conditions, and injuries
- Sunday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Monday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
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Acute injury – went to Summit OrthoQUICK walk-in and was seen right away. Arranged urgent appointment with surgeon who was wonderful and he arranged surgery quickly. Incredible team! EVERYONE was amazing!
First time visiting Summit Ortho last night via OrthoQUICK with my 10yr old son. I just wanted to say thank you to the staff who was there and helped us. Leary about bring him in for something that could just be a hand bruise, I called ahead of time and ask for advise from the staff. Should he be seen or am I over thinking this? They we kind and made me feel like coming in just to take a look wasn’t over reacting.
When getting there the facility was warm, welcoming, and the staff was kind and very helpful. Thank you again, with four kids in sports I know we will need OrthoQUICK again and I am happy I found this place!
I have needed care from OrthoQUICK several times and it has always been a positive and helpful experience.
I went to OrthoQUICK because of pain in my right knee, a recurring problem because of an injury and Osteoarthritis. All staff persons were kind and attentive, and I saw the provider promptly. She ordered an X-ray, then explained the results and treated my injury. She was thorough and courteous, gave me the info I needed, and answered my questions. I am completely satisfied with the care I received!
Lindsay was great to work with. I was able to see her through the OrthoQUICK Care Clinic – she was able to evaluate my issue, get x-rays, and provide me with a plan of care in under an hour. Very slick. I will recommend to others.
The ease of moving from OrthoQUICK to regular visits to MRI was awesome. Great work!
My visit was to OrthoQUICK in Vadnais Heights, the service received as a walk-in was great. I have already recommended Ortho Quick as the place to go for urgent orthopedic conditions. Check-in process was easy, minimal wait and a very positive experience with the physician assistants.
Walked into OrthoQUICK with no appointment necessary. I left having received care to relieve my pain, a diagnosis, and PT referral.
Can you treat my injury?
Some 99% of musculoskeletal injuries are appropriate for visits to OrthoQUICK. But there are certain instances when the emergency room or urgent care provides a better choice, and we want you to be educated about what those are so you can make the right decision for care.
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