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Here for you and ready to help.

If you need care, don’t delay. We’re open, safe and ready to care for you. During this time, it’s especially important to seek care for symptoms that concern you as well as manage chronic conditions.

Care is available in many ways, including video visits. You can talk with your doctor and receive the same personalized care, expert answers and a treatment plan tailored to you. We’re also offering in-person visits, phone visits and our 24/7 online clinic, virtuwell.com.

Schedule an appointment online or call your clinic.

We’re also offering convenient COVID-19 drive-up testing at several locations across our care system. Take our online screening to determine if you should be tested. For more information on COVID-19, visit our COVID-19 information page.

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Joint Replacement

At the Joint Replacement Center, people get moving faster.

Patients tell us they appreciate shorter hospital stays, less pain and faster recoveries. Here are some of the keys to the success of the joint replacement program:

  • Outstanding orthopedic expertise: From your clinical appointments through surgery and follow-up, you’ll be in caring and expert hands each step of the way.
  • Group emphasis: Our unique approach focuses on both individual and group therapy as a cornerstone of healing and recovery.
  • Comprehensive education & coaching: You’ll understand what’s going on each step of the way from pre-surgery through recovery.A family member, friend or other “coach” helps make recovery more effective and more fun.

At the Joint Replacement Center, you’re surrounded by professionals who share a common goal —to restore your active lifestyle.

Making an Appointment

Call 320-484-4400 for an appointment to evaluate whether you are a good candidate for joint replacement. They can be made with an orthopedic specialist, with or without a referral from your primary care physician. Your first visit will begin with a personal interview and physical examination. This may be followed by diagnostic blood tests, X-rays, or other tests.

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