Construction begins at Champlin Allina Medical Clinic

Champlin Mayor ArMand Nelson joined Allina Health leaders at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Allina Health Champlin Clinic. Actual construction of the new clinic is expected to begin in August. The first patients at the new clinic are expected in May next year.

Champlin Mayor ArMand Nelson joined Allina Health leaders at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Allina Health Champlin Clinic. Actual construction of the new clinic is expected to begin in August. The first patients at the new clinic are expected in May next year.

Allina Health has had a clinic in Champlin for 30 years. The new facility will be built on land adjacent to the current clinic at 11269 Jefferson Highway, so the location stays consistent for patients.

Allina Health has had a clinic in Champlin for 30 years. The new facility will be built on land adjacent to the current clinic at 11269 Jefferson Highway, so the location stays consistent for patients.

Services at the current clinic include: primary care, urgent care, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, optical service and physical therapy in a two-floor building. The new clinic will include those services and provide expanded space for the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, a larger urgent care area and two additional providers for mental health and family medicine.

Services at the current clinic include: primary care, urgent care, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, optical service and physical therapy in a two-floor building. The new clinic will include those services and provide expanded space for the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, a larger urgent care area and two additional providers for mental health and family medicine.

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