There will be more than groceries at the new Super One Foods store set to open in Crosby next spring.
Cuyuna Regional Medical Center is expanding its services to better serve the medical needs of the Cuyuna Lakes and improve access to quality healthcare by opening a clinic, pharmacy, and wellness center in the new Super One.
The new CRMC services will be located within and adjacent to the 38,000-square-foot Super One grocery store being constructed at the intersection of Highway 210 and County Road 31. Plans are for the clinic and pharmacy to be open extended hours Monday through Saturday for easy access to services.
The clinic will serve adults and children with non-emergency medical needs including ailments such as upper respiratory infection, strep, ear complaints, mild asthma, flu, and urinary tract infection as well as minor injuries such as cuts, burns and sprains. Immunizations and sports physicals will also be available. Care will be provided by a family physician and other health care providers. Patients will be able to schedule an appointment in advance or simply walk-in for care.
“We are extremely excited to partner with Super One in opening this new clinic,” said Kelly Chase, CRMC’s Executive Director of Primary care. “Our goal is to deliver high quality health care that is a simpler, more accessible experience for both residents and visitors to the area.”
One family medicine physician, a pharmacist and other clinicians will be located at the 10,000 square foot space. There will be multiple exam rooms, a procedure room, and a laboratory for outpatient clinic care and a waiting room. Other services immediately available at the new space will include a dietitian and health education center offering classes, seminars, and support groups.
The pharmacy will offer fast, friendly service, competitive pricing, vaccinations, and drive-through service. A pharmacist will also be available to answer medication questions. The registered dietitian will provide nutritional counseling for a variety of health conditions.
“Customers can shop for all of their health and wellness needs under roof—whether that includes dietary needs such as fresh produce and gluten-free items, or over the counter products and prescribed medications,” said Chase. “And, prescriptions can be filled while customers shop for their groceries.”
The Super One grocery store with a full deli, bakery and liquor store is slated to open in spring 2022 and at that time the Crosby Super One building which had been rented will close. Patrick Miner, an owner of Miner’s Inc. and parent Company of Super One Foods, said, “Miner’s is committed to invest in the Cuyuna Lakes area and bring a better shopping experience to its residents and seasonal customers. Our new store location will be much larger with expanded offerings throughout each department within the store. In addition, the new store site will provide new spacious and convenient parking along with offering a new liquor store and the services delivered by our new local health care partner, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center. We’re thrilled and excited to provide a brand new, one-stop shopping experience.”
Miner’s Inc. is a family-owned and operated business with stores in Minnesota, Wisconsin and throughout the upper Peninsula of Michigan.
The new Super One clinic, like all CRMC satellite locations, will be connected to the MyChart electronic health record system, so all patients’ vital medical information is available to any CRMC provider, no matter where they are seen, for better coordinated care.
CRMC has provided healthcare to the region for more than 50 years. More than 1,050 physicians, nurses, health care professionals and support staff work together to provide patients and their families with positive, proactive, patient focused, and family centered care. In addition to its Crosby hospital, Care Center, Surgery Center, physician clinic and senior living community, CRMC has outpatient clinics in Baxter, Breezy Point and Longville.
CRMC’s clinics may be reached by calling (218) 546-7000. For more information, please visit www.cuyunamed.org