Ramsey County community clinics.
A number of health centers and community clinics can help Ramsey County Minnesota families with their medical and dental bills. Many of the centers receive funding from the federal government and are therefore considered qualified centers. Services are available for people with no health insurance or who are low income. Patients can pay what they can afford towards their bills, and the amount is based on their income and resources. The leading clinics in St. Paul are below.
Some of the services provided by the Ramsey clinics include, but are not limited to, basic checkups when a person is well. If a patient is sick, some treatment of their condition will be offered. Complete care for pregnancy, as well as checkups and immunizations for children. Specialty services include dental care and prescription medications as well as mental health and substance abuse care if needed.
When needed, they can refer you to specialists and other centers for help. This includes prevention services, help in a health care crisis (called acute care), skin and wound care, or infection treatment.
Open Cities clinics are listed below, and there are multiple centers. The aid they provide includes primary care, such as health screening as well as diabetes and preventive care. Services for children and pregnancy include family planning and pregnancy testing, prenatal / delivery care and immunizations. Open Cities clinics can also offer nutrition services, Obstetrics and Gynecology, senior health care, and they work with local laboratory and x-ray facilities. The locations are community based primary health care centers that offer medical services in underserved Ramsey County communities and provide services for vulnerable populations.
Open Cities Health Center, Federally Qualified Health Centers - Community Clinic, address: 135 Manitoba Ave, St. Paul, MN, 55117, primary phone: (651) 489-8021
Open Cities Health Center, 409 Dunlap St. N, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55104, (651) 290-9200
St. Mary's Health Clinics, Medical Primary Care Clinics
This center serve persons with medical care needs who may have limited incomes or health insurance. The clinics offer free medical or dental care to Ramsey county resident who are under-insured, without health insurance and who meet the St. Mary's Health Clinic program eligibility guidelines.
United Family Medicine At Sibley Plaza
2423 7th St W, St. Paul, MN, 55116
Call (651) 699-2093
Helps the low income, seniors, and people at risk.
United Family Medicine - Community Clinic
Main address: 1026 7th St. W
St. Paul, MN, 55102
Telephone: (651) 241-1000
West Side Community Health Services - Community Clinic at Ramsey County Family Service Center
2001 Van Dyke St,
St. Paul, MN, 55109
Clinic at Dorothy Day Center
183 Old 6th St. W, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55102
East Side Family Clinic
860 Arcade St, St. Paul, MN, 55106
Telephone - (651) 772-9799 for intake
Helping Hand Dental Clinic (West Side Community Health Services)
506 7th St W, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55102
Call (651) 224-7561 for hours or intake.
West Side Community Health Services
Location - 153 Cesar Chavez St.
St. Paul, MN, 55107
Phone: (651) 222-1816
Clinic at Union Gospel Mission
Address: 435 University Ave, St. Paul, MN, 55101
West Side Dental Clinic (West Side Community Health Services)
Address: 478 Robert St. S, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55107
Free or low cost dental care, cleaning, extractions, and much more is available.
McDonough Homes (West Side Community Health Services)
1544 Timberlake Rd
St. Paul, MN, 55117
Call the clinic at (651) 602-7545
Health Care for the Homeless Office
438 Main St, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55102
This center also offers free health and dental care for homeless men, women and children at Ramsey County shelters and drop-in centers.
Clinic at Dorothy Day Center
Address: 183 Old 6th St. W, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55102
Phone: (651) 647-2305
Provides health and medical care services for homeless men, women and children in Ramsey County, and they coordinate shelters and drop-in centers. A team of mental health, medical, doctors and social service providers staff clinics at several different drop-in centers and homeless shelters.