Illness or injury doesn’t always happen during normal business hours, which is why Altru Express Clinic—a walk-in clinic for minor medical care—is open early and stays open late.
Walk-in Express Clinics
When you need urgent care and can’t wait for a physician office visit, Altru Express Clinic is here for you. If your child sprains an ankle at an after-school sports practice or you want to see a provider about a nagging cough on your way to work in the morning, you don’t need to schedule an appointment—just stop by one of our walk-in clinics in Greater Grand Forks for medical care that can help you get your health back on track.
What We Treat
Our Express Clinic providers care for a variety of minor illnesses and injuries, including but not limited to:
- Ear infection
- Sore throats
- Urinary tract infection
Find an Altru Express Clinic Near You
Grand Forks/East Grand Forks
Express Video Visit
Get the care you need from home, work or anywhere in between. Altru's Express Video Visits allow patients to receive care for symptoms such as cough, earache, pink eye and more, anywhere you have internet access from your smartphone or tablet. Patients can request a video visit through their active MyChart account.
Altru's video visits are available seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Start an Express Video Visit
How do Express Video Visits work?
Video visits can be requested by patients through their active MyChart account on their smartphone or tablet. For the best possible experience, we encourage patients to use the MyChart app on their smartphone or tablet.
Patients will be asked to log into their MyChart account and then follow the prompt to request their video visit. Payment of $59 is due and can be paid with a debit or credit card. Patients must complete the visit pre-check work before connecting with a provider.
Click here for step-by-step instructions for how to start an Express Video Visit
Who is eligible for an Express Video Visit?
Video visits are intended for providing care for acute illnesses and minor injuries. Age-appropriate care may be determined by the provider for each condition. You must have an active MyChart account to start an Express Video Visit. Children under the age of 2 are not eligible for a video visit.
What equipment do I need for an Express Video Visit?
You can use your smartphone or tablet once you've downloaded the MyChart app.
Learn more about video visits >>
Express eVisits allow you to initiate an appointment with a family medicine provider through your MyChart patient portal from the comfort of your home. To begin an eVisit, log in to your patient portal via your smartphone, tablet or computer, and fill out a questionnaire about your symptoms. Then, use our secure messaging system to discuss your symptoms with a provider, who can recommend treatment, order prescriptions to your pharmacy or, if necessary, request an in-person visit.
Concerns we commonly treat through eVisits include but are not limited to:
- Cough or sore throat
- Pink eye
- Sinus issues
- Skin concerns, such as burns, insect bites and rashes
eVisits can be initiated any day, anytime. Our providers will respond within four hours of your initiation during the following business hours:
- Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.
- Weekends and holidays, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Providers respond to eVisits initiated after 7 p.m. no later than 11 a.m. the next day.
Express eVisits: Log onto your MyChart and fill out a questionnaire.