Diamondhead Clinic serves children and youth from infancy through high school graduation and who live in the communities of Burnsville, Eagan, and Savage or attend a school in District 191.
- Free medical care by Park Nicollet Physicians – Walk-in, no appointment needed.
- Treatment for minor illness and medical conditions
- Routine physicals
- Camp and Sports physicals
- Health Education including Nutrition, Physical Activity, Sexual Health and Tobacco counseling
- Mental Health Services (initial assessment, diagnoses and referral as appropriate)
This clinic does not provide emergency medical care. If you have a medical emergency, serious medical condition or injury, call 911 immediately.
Diamondhead Education Center 200 West Burnsville Parkway Suite 1023 Burnsville, MN 55337
The clinic is temporarily closed on Thursdays. Beginning April 7, the clinic will operate on Thursdays.
Regular clinic hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-4:30 p.m.
Please use the East Entrance on Pillsbury Avenue. Use the lower level parking lot E. Enter through Door 11.
Please note that virtual appointments may be necessary if staffing becomes a concern and the clinic can close with short notice.
District Health Services
Learn about District 191 health services, including information about immunizations.
Children's Dental Services
Dental services are provided at Diamondhead Clinic the 2nd Friday of each month to children from birth to age 18 (up to 21 with insurance or full pay) and pregnant women of all ages. CDS provides exams, cleanings, fillings and more!
If you are interested in receiving care from CDS at the Diamondhead Clinic or any of CDS multiple locations, please contact CDS to schedule an appointment at 612-746-1530.
Diamondhead Clinic is made possible through a partnership of the Park Nicollet Foundation and District 191.