Our Clinics will be closed Monday, May 26 for Memorial Day. Urgent Care will be open 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and the Emergency Room is open 24 hours a day.


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Urologist Dr. Nathan Hoffman

Is a urological problem making your life uncomfortable, difficult, or frustrating?
Many urological conditions can be painful, embarrassing, or even could be signs of something much more serious.
There are many reasons patients should see a Urologist. Below is a list of common reasons for seeking out this care.

*Blood in your urine
*Enlarged prostate urinating too often – day or night
*Kidney stones
*Cancer of the prostate, kidney or bladder
*Poor bladder control
*Painful urination
*Male sexual problems
*Chronic Urinary Tract Infections

Hutchinson Health’s Urologist, Dr. Nathan Hoffman is available to take appointments in-person and through video visits. If you are interested in seeing him in any format, please call us at 320-484-4720 and we will match you with the best type of appointment for your needs. If distance is a concern, we will work with you to schedule an initial visit via telehealth before you have to drive to the clinic for services, should they be indicated.

Dr. Hoffman and his team look forward to serving you and partnering with you to improve your health.

State Farm Appreciates Hutchinson Health

This week, Thursday and Friday, May 14th and 15th, we are excited to honor employees of all Hutchinson Health Clinics and Hutchinson Health Hospital! We’re teaming up with Qdoba-Hutchinson to provide you a free entree…just show your Hutch Health work ID.

May is Stroke Awareness Month

Nurses Week

COVID Guide from MN Deptartment of Health

National Nurses Day

Thank you for the Treats HAWT

So appreciate the local Hutchinson Women Area of Today (HAWT) for delivering treats and snacks for our front line staff. Pictured are just a couple of the items they delivered. It brightened the evening!


COVID -19 FAQ #2
What do I do if I want to get tested?
Testing will be by appointment only and collected through the drive up process.
Appointments are required to ensure we have everything we need before you arrive. This will provide a safe, efficient process for you and our team. Our scheduling team is available M-F from 8am-4:30pm starting Monday May 4th to help you make your appointment for testing.
You will be asked a few short screening questions when you call to schedule. Your answers are very important to help us make the process go smoothly, so please be patient with our team as they go through these questions.
If you arrive at the testing site without an appointment, the team will not be prepared to collect your sample. You will be asked to exit the drive up line and to call our scheduling line. A minimum of two hours is required to ensure your supplies, specific to you, are ready when you arrive for your scheduled appointment. Call 320-234-3290 starting Monday, May 4th to schedule an appointment.

Drive up COVID testing FAQ #1

As we finalize our drive up COVID-19 testing which starts Monday, May 4th, we will share some common FAQ’s to keep you informed. Here is FAQ #1.
What kind of testing are you doing and who can be tested?
Hutchinson Health will be collecting a nasopharyngeal swab (a deep nasal swab) for PCR testing. This will test for CURRENT infection. Blood tests, also known as antibody testing, are what show a history of infection. The blood test is NOT available at this time.
Any patient who CURRENTLY has symptoms consistent with COVID19 (Fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or new loss of taste or smell) can be tested.
Check our website for the latest details on our drive up testing as they are posted.

Video Visit Fun

Creative ways our Speech-Language Pathologists use during their video visits keep Mr. Potato Head busy. For this visit Carlene Johnson, SL-P,  was telling the child what parts to put where, so working on direction following, Then in another video visit later , she and the patient had the same set so they copied each other’s. Making learning fun.
“This epidemic is going to change how we do lots of things in this world. With Video visits being used on wifi, we are able to go anywhere and still get therapy, even in the camper!” ~ mom of patient.