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St. Luke's Hermantown urgent care now available Sundays

The Miller Creek Medical Clinic is now open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

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The Miller Creek Medical Clinic in Hermantown.
Clint Austin / 2016 file / Duluth News Tribune
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HERMANTOWN — St. Luke's Miller Creek Medical Clinic Urgent Care and eCare is now open Sundays, the health care system announced Monday morning.

The clinic at 4190 Loberg Ave. is now open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. The first Sunday it will be open is Aug. 7.

Conditions including a cold, cough, flu, eye infection, sore throat and rash are best treated with St. Luke's eCare, according to the release, while minor cuts, sprains, burns, skin rashes, fevers, broken bones or a need for x-rays or basic lab testing should be treated at urgent care.

To learn more about St. Luke’s eCare, visit slhduluth.com/eCare . To learn more about St. Luke’s Miller Creek Medical Clinic, visit slhduluth.com/MillerCreek .

Under a $1.7 million proposal, the Duluth hospital would take over at the St. Louis County Jail in November, ending an arrangement with the controversial MEnD Correctional Care.

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