•  ISD 622 Well@Work Clinic


    Take a tour of the Well@Work Clinic! 
    What can I be seen for at my Well@Work clinic?
    Well@Work can diagnose and treat most routine needs, including:
    • Cold & flu           • Seasonal allergies         • Sinus infections
    • Strep throat        • Ear infections               • Back pain
    • Sprains              • Some primary care services
    • Lab tests and more
    Who can be seen at Well@Work?
    • All employees covered by the District’s health plan.
    • Dependents (18 months or older) of employees who are covered under the District’s insurance plan.
    What does a visit cost?
    It's Free!  You pay NO office visit copays and NO prescription copays for prescription filled at the Well@Work clinic.
    Who will I see?
    You will see a Physician Assistant or a Nurse Practitioner.  The clinic is managed by HealthPartners and complies with all of HealthPartners privacy standards, meaning your visit is confidential, just like when you go to your regular clinic. 
    How do I make an appointment?
    There are two convenient ways for you to make an appointment at your Well@Work clinic. If this is your first time making an appointment, please call the appointment center at 952-967-6857 to get registered.

    After scheduling your first appointment you can schedule online at www.healthpartners.com.

    Click here for step by step instructions for on-line scheduling.
    District Education Center
    2520 East 12th Ave
    North Saint Paul, MN 55109
    *Northwest corner of building
    SUMMER HOURS--Tuesday, June 11th through Friday, August 23rd
    Appointments available: 7 am to 3 p.m.
    Regular hours resume Monday, August 24th
    Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Parking **Not available during the summer due to City of North St Paul construction**
    Access clinic through Northwest entrance. Parking is available on the south side of the street in front of the clinic
    entrance as designated by the “clinic parking” signs.