Primary Care, Q Care, Urgent Care or Emergency Room?
Primary Care Clinics for General and Ongoing Health Needs
St. Luke's Primary Care Clinics, a primary care physician functions as the coordinator of all the health
care services you might need and is your guide to the St. Luke's health
system. You may be able to get a same-day appointment. Please call your
primary care clinic for availability.
Open Weekdays: Hours vary by location
- Preventive care
- Follow-up care
- Prescriptions/medication management
- Immunizations/flu shots
- Chronic disease management
Q Care for Minor Health Concerns
St. Luke's Q Care Express Clinic is a convenient walk-in clinic available in two Duluth locations. Q Care's
licensed nurse practitioners and physician assistants diagnose and treat
minor health issues, such as allergies, bladder infections, ear infections,
flu, fever, insect bites, minor burns, and rapid testing for flu or strep.
If you think you will need lab work or x-rays for a minor health concerns,
please go to Urgent Care. No appointment is needed.
Open Daily: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Colds and flu symptoms
- Upper respiratory infections
- Ear infections
- Minor rashes
- Sore throat
- Urinary tract infections
Urgent Care for Minor Emergencies or Health Concerns
St. Luke's Urgent Care offers fast and convenient care for minor medical problems that require
prompt attention. Staffed by physicians, they can treat infections, sprains
and strains, minor burns and bruises, earaches, sore throat, and general
illnesses. Urgent Care is open seven days a week, and hours vary by location.
Open Daily: Hours vary by location
- Sore throat
- Minor cuts, burns, bruises
- Sprains and strains
- Cough and congestion
- Worsening or unimproved general illness
Emergency Services and Level II Trauma Center
St. Luke's Regional Trauma Center offers critical care and emergency services for northeastern Minnesota,
northwestern Wisconsin and the western upper peninsula of Michigan. The
trauma team is ready, day and night, to treat a full range of medical
emergencies, from critical injuries to life-threatening illnesses.
Open Daily: 24 hours
- Chest pain
- Severe abdominal pain
- Eye pain or vision loss
- Chemical accidents
- Head injuries
- Fevers above 104 degrees
- Numbness or weakness, and a stroke is suspected
- Spinal injury
- Suspected or known overdose
For more information visit our list of
Frequently Asked Questions.