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  • Join Osceola Medical Center's Michelle Schorn, NP, for a free walking program and health care discussion on reducing bone fractures in aging. We will meet at the Ridgeview Trail (94 and 96 County Road S Osceola, WI) in Osceola April 25 at 5:30 p.m.

    You’ll have a chance to meet Michelle and get to know her outside of the clinic setting, as well as ask her your health questions.

    Level: Easy to Moderate

    Free Osceola Doc Walk
    Tuesday, April 25 (5:30 p.m.)
    Ridgeview Trail (94 and 96 County Road S Osceola, WI)

    For more events like this, visit our events calendar.

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    We’re changing Urgent Care to give you convenient, great care for your unexpected illnesses. With longer hours and no appointments necessary, just come on in for the quick care you need.

    Click here for compete hours and more information.

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    Free health seminar:

    Our Body’s Plumbing

    Are you afraid to laugh, sneeze or cough because of a leaky bladder? Do you plan your life around the closest bathroom? The loss of bladder control, also known as urinary incontinence, can be embarrassing and stressful. Fortunately, it can be treated with simple behavioral changes or medications.

    Join Osceola Medical Center’s Urologist, Josiah Nelson, MD, during a relaxed Q&A seminar on urinary incontinence and treatment options available.

    Our Body’s Plumbing;
    April 5 at 6:30 p.m. 
    OMC’s Cascade Room

    Don’t let urinary incontinence run your life, reserve your spot today: register online  or call 715-294-4936.

  • Athletic Screening

    Sign up today for the 25th annual Athletic Screenings at Osceola Medical Center. Includes flexibility testing, vision screening and concussion screening. Get your WIAA required physical today.

    2016-2017 School Year
    Athletics Screenings
    Wednesday, June 7, 3:30 - 8 p.m.
    Cost: $25

    For students entering grades 7 - 12.

    Pre-registeration is required, limited spots are available. For more information or to register, contact Rehabilitation Services at Osceola Medical Center at 715-294-1927.

    WIAA Requirements:

    The WIAA requires that all student athletes, including cheerleaders, entering grades 7 through 12, obtain a physical evaluation every two years to participate in school-sanctioned activities.

    Click here for a brochure.

  • FREE Baby & Me Classes
    Every Thursday 5 to 6 p.m.
    OMC's Physician Education 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 or call Family Resource Center at (715) 684-4440.