We provide medical care to infants, children, adults, and elders. It is our goal to become your medical home — you can count on us to give you the best possible health care. With a history that goes back over 70 years, we have developed services to meet the needs of people who are looking for quality health care but who may be working through personal, cultural, or financial challenges. Please call us and we will be happy to help you. UFM does not discriminate against patients based upon race, color, national origin, disability, religion, sex, age, or sexual orientation.
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For help with paying your bill, our sliding fee discount program is available to those who qualify based on household income. Please call our business office at 651-758-9472 to ask about our sliding fee discount program.
Primary care for everyone
- Pediatric care, including well-child examinations, immunizations, developmental screening, camp, and school physicals
- Adult physical examinations
- Gynecological and obstetric care, including prenatal care, delivery, and on-site ultrasound
- Geriatric and nursing home services
- Same-day appointments for children and adults who need urgent attention because of injuries or illnesses
- 24/7 on-call physician services
- Integrated Behavioral Health Consultants who collaborate with patients on their health goals
Disease screening and preventative care
- Pediatric lead screening
- Immunization monitoring
- Screening for tobacco use and smoking cessation
- Prostate cancer screening
- Referrals for mammography
- Cervical cancer screening
Chronic disease management
- Special programs to enhance the lives of people suffering with chronic diseases, such as diabetes and asthma
- Medical Home Specialists and Integrated Behavioral Health Consultants who team up with you and your Primary Care Provider to help you meet your unique health goals
We offer outpatient psychiatric care for our patients to manage depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use, mood disorders, dementia, autism, and other complex psychiatric concerns.
We have a team of outpatient therapists that support patients with mental health concerns. We offer counseling for a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use disorder, MAT grief and loss, brief intervention, teens/adolescents, abuse/neglect, relationship concerns, chronic pain, as well as racial and historical trauma.
See below to learn more about our specialty areas
Trauma and PTSD and Complex PTSD
All of our therapists are highly specialized in trauma and PTSD. Research shows that numerous patients struggling with chronic health (diabetes, high blood pressure, chronic pain) and mental health issues and substance use have histories of trauma and childhood trauma. Our staff use somatic psychotherapies such as Brainspotting, EMDR, mindfulness, somatic experiencing, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, DBT, and sensorimotor psychotherapy to help patients’ process traumas, as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing techniques.
Addiction/Medication Assisted Treatment/Opioid Epidemic (Individual and Group Care)
We have therapists who are dual licensed as alcohol and drug counselors as well as mental health counseling. These counselors can focus on the intersection of substance use and other addictions and mental health. Our clinic has a strong foundation in providing Medication Assisted Treatment for patients who are struggling with opioid use or addiction, as well as working on the connection of trauma and addiction.
First Responder Support
We offer brief counseling as well as trauma therapy for firefighters, EMT, and other front line healthcare staff. First responders and front-line healthcare workers are a unique population due to their specialized work and the specific traumas they experience secondhand. This exposure can cause dysregulation and other behavioral issues.
We address the emotional and trauma-related intersections of chronic pain and can collaborate with our medical providers to support patients who are suffering from chronic pain issues. We utilize a somatic, neuroscience-based approach to help patients process chronic pain issues.
Racial and Historical Trauma
Several of our therapists are versed in supporting patients through historical, ancestral, racial trauma and other forms of oppression. Our staff uses a somatic approach to breaking down the impact of systemic oppression and helping patients name their experiences, build new containers of self-knowledge and wisdom, release deeply held patterns, and practice resourcing and culture-building.
Patients can receive care coordination services through our community health workers, who support and follow our patients on a regular basis. They can assist with removing barriers to getting the care you need, be a source of support, and be an advocate and guide on your journey to health and wellness.
Our behavioral health services are open to the community and do not require a primary care referral.
Dental services are available for regular check-ups and cleaning, filling cavities, and all dental needs such as root canals, pain, swelling, or broken teeth, and extractions.
Dental Clinic hours: Mon. – Fri. 8 am – 5 pm. Tuesday & Wednesday evenings until 8pm.
Take a virtual tour of our Dental Clinic. Learn about our Covid-19 safeguards.
Dental care for all (video, 27 sec)
Dental expansion responds to community needs (video, 26 sec)
Chemical Health Services
Our providers are committed to treating chronic pain in a way that keeps patients safe. We assess for substance usage issues and offer services as needed for patient wellness. Your Medical and Behavioral Health providers will support you in addressing any issues. We also have a Medication-Assisted Treatment Group for those who receive Suboxone here at at our clinic.
- On-site lab and x-ray facilities
- Translator and interpreter services to help meet the needs of all non-English speaking clients
- Monthly food distribution available for our established patients, in arrangement with Keystone Community Services