We're Here in Eagan, Woodbury & Vadnais Heights 

Open 10am to 9pm, Daily

Current Wait Times     Rapid COVID Testing

Know Where to Go:

COVID Concerns: 

Visit our Woodbury location if you are stable and have concerns about COVID.  We are treating all ailments and concerns in Woodbury.

  • Rapid COVID testing is now available in Woodbury
  • Standard COVID testing is also available in Woodbury
    • If there are no rapid tests available for the day or you did not register online we can still provide the standard test
    • Results are provided within 2-5 days, no appointment is needed

Check with your insurance carrier regarding coverage or patient responsibility for any COVID related visits 

Qualifying Patients Can Include:

  • Symptomatic patients (you are NOT required to have symptoms for testing to occur)
  • Asymptomatic people in congregate settings
  • People in high-risk settings
  • Cluster investigations
  • Asymptomatic mission-critical workers
  • MDH public health laboratory testing priorities
  • Social protest participants and/or participants in related events
  • Patients awaiting testing or results 
  • Patients who were previously tested at The Urgency Room and wish to be tested again

Non-COVID Concerns:

  • Woodbury is treating both respiratory/COVID and non-COVID related concerns
  • Eagan and Vadnais Heights are open and prepared for those ailments and injuries not related to COVID
    • These locations are not treating respiratory/COVID concerns at this time
  • All locations are open from am to 10am to 9pm, daily

COVID Testing FAQs 

Do Your Part to Stop the Spread:

Protect Yourself:
Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds. 
Practice social distancing, stand at least 6 feet from other people.
Stay away from large events such as concerts and sporting events.
Try not to touch your face - it’s harder than you think.
Disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches and especially your cell phone.

Protect Others:
If you feel sick, isolate yourself from other people, especially the elderly, for 14 days.
Wear a mask to cover your cough (masks decrease the spread of the virus).
If you don’t need urgent medical care, stay home. This decreases your risk of getting the virus and your risk of spreading it if you are infected.

Check out our UR Blog for other relevant health topics and education to keep you healthy and safe.

We will continue to do our part at The Urgency Room to stay on top of the latest information.  Our number one priority is protecting our patients, staff, and the communities we serve.