Buffalo is complete with outstanding healthcare resources. Private practices specializing in everything from chiropractic, dentistry and eye care to physical therapy and home health are complemented by the state-of-the-art hospital and clinics.
Buffalo Hospital is part of Allina Hospitals & Clinics, a not-for-profit network of hospitals, clinics and other healthcare services, all working to care for you. Nationally recognized for high quality, innovation and local community health efforts, Buffalo Hospital is committed to providing exceptional care and improving the health of the Wright County community.
Buffalo Hospital offers personalized care in private rooms and services that are continuously being expanded. Each year, the hospital accommodates more than 70,000 patient visits. Services include Orthopedics, Level III Emergency Care, Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, Cardiac Center, Imaging, Oncology, Phillips Eye Institute, Sleep Center and Surgery Center. Buffalo Hospital also has a brand new Birth Center facility with private rooms, luxury amenities and all the comforts of home including private soaking tubs, rocking chairs, flat-screen TVs, wireless Internet and refrigerators. For more information visit www.buffalohospital.org or call 763-682-1212.Emergency Care – Buffalo Hospital recently earned a Level III Trauma Center designation from the Minnesota Department of Health’s Minnesota Statewide Trauma System. Treating close to 22,000 patient visits in the Emergency Department, Buffalo Hospital has highly trained emergency providers and advanced lifesaving equipment and technology. The Emergency Department also offers a wide-range of specialists on call for emergency treatment and full-service imaging and laboratory services are available 24 hours a day.
Orthopedics – Buffalo Hospital treats nearly all orthopedic trauma, chronic conditions and sports injuries involving hips, knees, shoulders and other joints and bones. Patients considering hip-replacement surgery don’t need to travel far from home for the latest tissue sparing technique. The anterior approach to hip replacement surgery features a smaller incision and is less invasive, eliminating the need to cut through the muscle or tendons. Patients have less potential pain, quicker recovery times and better mobility.
Abutting the hospital is Buffalo Clinic. Buffalo Clinic has been taking care of the Buffalo community since 1951. As our community has grown, so has the clinic. In 1979, the clinic moved to its present facility on Highway 25 to provide patients with expanded services and more doctors. Because the clinic believes community healthcare has no boundaries, they expanded by opening clinics in nearby Monticello, Albertville and St. Michael to take care of the growing population in these areas.
Today, Buffalo Clinic is poised to continue their commitment to take care of you by providing the most up-to-date primary and specialty healthcare services available. To deliver those services, the clinic is fortunate to have some of the most outstanding and dedicated physicians, nurses and other professionals available. That’s why you may always count on them to be here when you need them, just as they have for the last 50-plus years. For more information visit www.buffaloclinic.com or call 763-682-1313.