The Red Door Clinic has made changes to the way we operate to continue serving you while protecting the health of all patients and staff.
Sick? COVID 19 contact?
If you are sick (fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat) or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, please call us. We can adjust your appointment time and determine best how to meet your needs while protecting health of staff and patients.
In order for us to best address your needs, we want to talk to you first. This allows us find the proper appointment slot for you and to keep your time in clinic as short as possible to minimize risk to yourself and others.
We are able to manage some health concerns by video. Please call the clinic at (612) 543-5555. If appropriate, we can schedule you for a video visit with one of our Nurse Practitioners. You will need to have a smartphone, tablet, or computer with a high-speed internet connection, Web camera, and a microphone. Link to TeleHealth instructions. / Link to MyChart information.
Please call us at 612 543-5555 and we will schedule you in clinic.
Though face coverings are no longer required in many Hennepin County Buildings, the Red Door continues to require masks per CDC guidelines. This helps protect all other patients and visitors. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided.
Changes you’ll see in clinic
We will ask you questions on the phone and in person to determine if you have symptoms or other risks of COVID-19. In clinic, we have marked spaces on the floor 6 feet apart, and we are escorting patients directly to exam rooms after registration to keep lobby empty. We are doing extra cleaning of exam rooms and bathrooms between patients.
We are limiting clinic space to patients only at this time. Please leave friends and family at home.
Vaccination and more information
We are offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments during normal clinic hours. Call 612-543-5555 to schedule an appointment or for more information. Walk-ins for COVID-19 vaccines are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
COVID-19 and sex
While COVID-19 is not known to be spread sexually, it can be spread due to close contact and it’s hard to have sex without close contact! See this link for further information about ways to practice harm reduction to decrease your risk of COVID-19: NYC COVID-19 Sex Guidance (PDF).
Wondering if you might have COVID-19? Looking for a list of clinics doing testing? Check these two sites for up-to-date information for MN and Hennepin County MDH COVID-19 Informationand Healthy Hennepin COVID-19.