The Good Clinic FAQs

What is a nurse practitioner?

With years of professional experience and unparalleled listening skills, nurse practitioners offer the balance of expertise and empathy we seek to provide at The Good Clinic. Our NPs are educated to evaluate, diagnose, and treat health conditions with an added emphasis on wellness and prevention while giving you the personalized support you want. If you have a need that requires a specialist or physician, we are happy to refer you. Read more about nurse practitioners by reading our blog post.

What services do you offer?

We are a primary healthcare provider focused on partnering with patients on their overall wellness and preventive health. We also offer same-day care for everyday illnesses or injuries that may arise. Other services include behavioral wellness, standard lab tests, skincare, and more. You can see more information here.

Do you have urgent care services?

We are a primary care clinic that offers same-day appointments for available for everyday illnesses or incidents. Visit our clinic 8 am – 4 pm Monday through Friday, and watch for expanded hours soon. For more information, visit this web page.

Does The Good Clinic treat children?

We serve youth ages 12 and older.

What are The Good Clinic’s hours?

The Good Clinic is currently open 8 am – 4 pm Monday through Friday, with plans to expand our hours in the near future.

Is The Good Clinic open on holidays and weekends?

The Good Clinic is currently open 8 am – 4 pm Monday through Friday. Our clinic is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

How do I pay my bill?

You can pay your bill online, in the mail, or by calling (612) 284-8206.

What insurance is accepted?

We are in-network for most major Minnesota network providers. Please go here or call the clinic nearest you to see if your plan is accepted.

What is a wellness plan?

A wellness plan is your personalized roadmap to good health. You and your care provider will work together to create or update your wellness plan at every visit. It may include goals for your physical and mental health, fitness, nutrition, and stress management. Your wellness plan is available in the patient portal to guide you to help keep you on track, measure progress and keep you connected to your care team.

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