Small Fee.
Unlimited
Appointments.

Join the Family!

At Sartell Family Medicine we offer affordable monthly memberships that cover all medical appointments.  Whether it’s an annual physical, sports physical, sick visit, or follow up — it’s included!  In addition, members get appointments scheduled within 48 hours, after-hours access to providers (call/text), and access to low cost procedures, labs, and medications.

Get Urgent Care!

If you aren’t ready to become a member, but want to be seen for an Urgent Care visit, we offer same-day appointments in a clean and professional atmosphere.  In addition, Urgent Care patients get the same access to our low cost medications and procedures!  Check out how much you’ll save with us versus traditional clinics, urgent cares, or urgency/emergency rooms.

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A Revolution in Primary Care

Sartell Family Medicine is Minnesota’s first pure Direct Primary Care Clinic. We don’t take insurance so that we can focus on healthcare instead of paperwork. Our low monthly subscriptions rates give patients the ability to schedule unlimited appointments each month. Our appointments are typically 30-60 minutes in length. Each provider is assigned one-tenth the usual number of patients so that appointments can be scheduled within 48 hours of calling. Our patients are also given our providers’ cell phone numbers. In addition, we offer in-house prescription medications and lab tests — both of which are ready at the time of the appointment. If you’re not a member, but want to be seen for a single visit, we also offer one-time Urgent Care visits.

2151 Troop Drive, #100
Sartell, MN 56377

 

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Appointments: 320-566-2151
Fax: 320-245-1003
Clinic Hours: Mon-Thur 12pm – 8pm
Fridays 12pm – 5pm

Provider on Call 24/7

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State/Federal guidelines will not allow us to see patients who are receiving Medicare or Medicaid benefits.