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  • Free Health Seminar: Osceola Doc Walk

    Whether you want to reduce stress, lose weight or improve your cholesterol and blood pressure numbers, walking is one simple way to do so. 

    Join Osceola Medical Center’s provider Erika Helgerson, DO, for a walk around the Jeff Meyer Public Fitness Trail at OMC as she discusses heart-related test scores like cholesterol and how you can lower your numbers.

    You’ll have a chance meet Erika and get to know her outside of the clinic setting, as well as ask her your health questions. Don’t forget your walking shoes.

    Osceola Doc Walk
    May 14, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 
    OMC’s Jeff Meyer Fitness Trail

    Click here to register online or call 715-294-4936. 

  •  Ebola Update

    A message from Rene Milner, MD, chief medical officer

    With the Ebola virus making headlines daily, the medical staff at Osceola Medical Center works behind the scenes to ensure that our patients, staffers and community are prepared, healthy and safe, regardless of the circumstance.

    This is what we know about the virus. There have been no cases in our community and state, and it is actually difficult to contract. The Ebola virus is spread by direct contact with a sick person’s blood or body fluids, or by contact with infected animals. We also know that it’s raising anxiety levels in our community.

    Information is key to addressing the concerns associated with this virus. To that end, the links listed here can give you valuable information that we hope will help address your concerns. However, if you have recently traveled to Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone in West Africa, or have come in contact with someone who has, and believe you are experiencing Ebola symptoms, please call us (715-294-2111) before coming in to our facilities. As always, if you are experience an emergency, call 911.

    For the latest information about Ebola including symptoms and prevention, please visit:

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: cdc.gov

    The Minnesota Department of Health: health.state.mn.us

    The Wisconsin Department of Health Services: dhs.wisconsin.gov



  • FREE Baby & Me Classes
    Every Thursday 5 to 6 p.m.
    OMC's Cascade Room

    Supported by local hospitals and United Way St. Croix Valley’s Success by 6 Initiative, “Baby and Me” classes provide a play and discussion hour for parents and their infants (from birth to 12 months). Classes occur on an ongoing, ten-week schedule with discussion topics such as massage, sleep, nutrition, baby sign language, reading baby’s cues, child development, separation anxiety, music, taking care of Mom, family traditions, and more. 

    Click here to register and for a complete schedule of this class or call Family Resource Center at (715) 684-4440.