Upon arrival, patients will be triaged, or screened, by St. Francis Emergency Department staff and, depending on their condition, will be directed to either emergency care or Urgent Care.
St. Francis' Emergency Department physicians are part of Suburban Emergency Associates, PA who have consistently provided quality emergency care to become a premier emergency physician group in the Twin Cities. Our staff includes emergency medical technicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians.
St. Francis ED has some of the shortest wait times in the Twin Cities and was recently awarded the 2014 Women’s Choice Award—Best Hospital for Patient Experience in Emergency Care.
St. Francis Emergency Department (ED), a Level 3 Trauma Center, provides care to patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Caregivers treat over 27,000 adult and pediatric patients annually, providing a critical link to healthcare for our region. Board certified emergency physicians, emergency trained nurses and technicians are supported by full service imaging and laboratory services.
Our doctors, part of Suburban Emergency Associates, PA, have a proven record for consistent, impressive improvements in patient outcomes, wait times and satisfaction. We also have a wide range of specialists on call, including orthopedic, cardiac, and neurological.
For all emergencies call 911.
Contact the St. Francis Emergency Department at 952.428.3000.
Billing concerns for urgent care or emergency call 1.866.553.9920.
St. Francis Urgent Care has two convenient locations both backed by the area’s leading hospital. Whether it’s day or night, we are here when it just can’t wait! We provide friendly, professional walk-in medical care for all kinds of urgent (non life-threatening) medical needs. Urgent care provides efficient care for minor problems such as earaches, sore throats, sinus infections, colds, fevers, skin infections, abrasions, simple lacerations and minor fractures. Most major insurance plans are accepted and appointments are never needed.
1455 St. Francis Avenue
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Shakopee, MN 55379
Depending on you or your loved one's condition, an urgent care facility might be more appropriate than going to an emergency room, or it could be the reverse situation. This can be a difficult decision to make, especially when things are happening quickly, which is why we've put together the list below to help guide your decision. If you think you are hare having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately.
Compound fractures (bone visible)
Ingestion of poison
Major head injuries
Cold, flu, or fever
Insect bites, bruises, abrasions
New Year's Eve
New Year's Day
Billing concerns for urgent care and emergency department on the St. Francis Regional Medical Center campus, please call 1-866-553-9920.
Billing concerns for urgent care at our Southbridge location, please call 612-262-9000.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) happens when a heart unexpectedly stops beating. SCA kills more than 300,000 people in the United States each year, but if a nonmedical bystander has CPR Skills and intervenes immediately, the victim’s chances of survival increase dramatically.
St. Francis partners with Allina Health’s Heart Safe Communities to present a CPR Anytime Friends & Family/AED course. The 90-minute course will teach lifesaving skills in case of an emergency. For groups of 8 or more, courses are available in the comfort of your own home. The only cost is that you agree to pass it on. Sharing information in this fashion has saved countless lives.
Through this model, 2,000-plus people have been trained annually and it's estimated to have helped almost 11,000 people to date.
For more information on CPR classes email Gregory Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to top