More than 266,000 Minnesotans have no health insurance. People without health insurance may be eligible for one of Minnesota's Health Care Programs. If you don't have health insurance or if you are not eligible for Minnesota health care programs, you may be able to access other community health care resources.
Child and Teen Checkups are routine health checkups for youth (from birth to age 21) on Medical Assistance. Checkups take place at their regular medical and dental clinic. Medical and dental checkups can help find and treat health problems early.
Sherburne County Public Health offers immunizations for adults and children. A donation of $5.00 for each vaccination is suggested, but persons who qualify for the vaccine will not be turned away if they are unable to pay this donation.
The Coast2Coast Rx card allows all County residents, regardless of income, age, or health status to participate in the program and save on the cost of their medications.
Sherburne County Public Health Nurses work with private health care providers to offer refugees a comprehensive screening examination and any follow-up/ referral as needed.