Northwestern Health Sciences University clinics provide natural, safe, evidence-informed solutions for your health and well-being

Northwestern Health Sciences University offers a variety of clinics and services on our Bloomington campus, in the Twin Cities metro area, and in other states. These clinics serve a variety of populations and communities with an array of services.

Many of our clinics incorporate the NWHSU students into the services to provide them with clinical experiences to master their profession. These students are supervised by a professional provider to ensure a quality experience for our patients.

You and your entire family can receive a variety of conservative, non-pharmacological healthcare options from our health care practitioners and highly-trained student interns.

Through our clinics, we’re proud to offer you integrative health care services. NWHSU is dedicated to improved health and healing in the community. Make an appointment to see us.

Clinics Re-Opening after Stay-at-Home orders

NWHSU Bloomington Clinic, Human Performance Center, De Rusha Clinic, Integrative Clinic of Minnesota, and Salvation Army Harbor Light have reopened.

Telemedicine visits now available for established patients through the NWHSU Bloomington Clinic.

Notice to Patients

The CDC has identified groups of people that are at higher risk for developing severe illness from COVID-19:

  • people age 65 and older
  • chronic lung
  • kidney or liver disease
  • moderate to severe asthma
  • heart conditions
  • compromised or suppressed immunity
  • severe obesity
  • diabetes

Most services provided in a NWHSU clinic require providers and interns to be in close proximity to patients.  If you fall into one or more of these high-risk categories and would rather reschedule your appointment please let the front desk know.