Searching for a health care career that fits your needs? Osceola Medical Center has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1932. Throughout our growth, expansion, a new facility and the creation of this campus, OMC’s character has remained the same: to inspire and improve the health and well-being of our community through home-town customer service, quality health care and strategic partnerships.
We can say the same things many other medical centers say, that we combine technology, outstanding patient care and friendly service to provide you with the best care possible. Instead, we think our dedication to patients is best summoned up when our patients refer to us as “One Place”.
Thank you for your interest in Osceola Medical Center. We’d like to tell you what to expect when you come here. We have created the “One Place” our neighbors want to come to for their health care. And in doing that, it's also become the one place where we want to work.
Our perspective, "Your Whole Life in One Place," gives us a lens into who we are, what we want to do and how we will get there. It allows us to align all of our efforts so we can better help each other provide great care. This also extends to where we live. With most everything we need within a 15-minute drive, we can help our communities become the One Place to raise families.
We come together for one purpose: to be the One Place that provides friendships, support and laughter. It allows us to provide the care you would want your family to have, and the kind of experience worth talking about.
We hope you want to be the one.
Osceola Medical Center offers insurance plans that can help you stay healthy and be ready for you when you need help. More details will be available about these two plans along with help in selecting the plan that is right for you.
We know that everyone’s health and family situation is a little different. That is why we offer two medical plans to help you manage your health.
Option 1: High Deductible Health Plan
Our high deductible plan offers lower premiums with a deductible that needs to be met before the plan pays (excluding preventive health). A Health Savings Account is available to help cover medical expenses.
Option 2: Traditional Health Plan
Our low deductible plan has higher premiums where you pay office visit and prescription co-pays with a lower deductible. You cannot contribute to a Health Savings Account while on this plan.
A healthy mouth may help decrease the risk of diabetes, heart attacks and strokes. That is why our dental plan covers routine dental appointments and savings on other needs. It also includes an enhanced child benefit along with an orthodontic benefit for all dependents.
Your eyesight is one of your most important senses. Our vision plan helps protect that by covering routine, preventive eye care exams and prescription eyewear to help protect your eyes stay on top of any developing eye diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma.
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employees can sign up for flexible spending accounts. These are tax-free accounts that you can put money into to pay for certain out-of-pocket expenses, such as medical or dependent care costs. They can be especially beneficial when you have predictable costs with in the year, such as child care.
This insurance provides a financial benefit for a “short-term” disability that causes you to miss work, up to a few months. This insurance is provided to full- and part-time employees at no cost to the employee.
Long-term disability provides a financial benefit for a period of time longer than that of short-term disability. This insurance is provided to full time employees at no cost to the employee.
OMC health care services discount
Employees and their dependents can get a discount off of services done at OMC.
The primary purpose of life insurance is to provide a financial benefit to dependents upon the premature death of an insured person. Each full-time OMC employee will be provided with one-time annual salary life and AD&D policy at no cost. Full- and part-time employees are eligible to apply for additional Voluntary Life Insurance coverage for the employee, employee’s spouse and employee’s dependents.
Wellness and Work-Life Peace of Mind
Paid Time Off
Paid time off (PTO) is a pool of bankable hours that can used when time off from work is required. We provide this to full- and part-time employees to allow greater flexibility, and is used for such things as illness, holidays and vacation. PTO hours begin accruing from the employee’s first day of benefit-eligible employment, are based on hours worked and are credited to the employee as they are earned.
Retirement planning is an important part of your life, even when just starting out in the work force. We provide a robust, 403(b) retirement plan that allows benefit-eligible employees to start contributing on the employee’s first day of benefit-eligible employment. Employees also receive an employer match immediately upon benefit-eligible employment. Employees are able to choose to contribute pre-tax or Roth dollars into their account.
Identity Theft Protection
Identity Theft Protection is a benefit that provides comprehensive protection to detect, alert and restore identity when compromised.
Wild River Fitness discount
If you enjoy fitness or have extra energy to burn off, Wild River Fitness is the place to go, 24/7. OMC employees are eligible to get a discount on single and family memberships at our incredible fitness center. Go to MyWRF.com for gym information.
Massage Therapy discount
Whether for therapeutic measures or stress relief, all employees are eligible for a discount off of a scheduled massage through Massage Therapy at OMC’s Rehab Department.
Employee Assistance Program
Our Employee Assistance Program provides professional and confidential counseling assistance to help employees and their families resolve problems that affect their personal lives or job performance.
In the effort to encourage and support employee education, Osceola Medical Center will assist with the cost of approved and accredited academic programs which will enhance an employee’s skills within existing duties of employment.
This is an employee-funded program that can provide assistance to co-workers who may be faced with a financial crisis or emergency. It is confidential and administered through EAP.
Our Osceola community is a delightful surprise. Nestled along the banks of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, a part of the National Park Service, our community offers plenty of home-town charm and amenities.
Including its bustling downtown listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Less than 40 miles from Minneapolis and St. Paul, Osceola is also a gateway to four area state parks and boosts a popular regional air and car show, a premier public school system, local festivals and our very own health-care campus.
The community, itself, is an extension of our perspective, “Your Whole Life in One Place”, as it provides almost everything you need within a 15-minute drive and is the One Place to raise families.
Osceola Community Health Foundation is committed to building strong and healthy communities through charitable giving, community partnerships, and volunteerism.
Our employees participate in our employee giving campaign, awareness campaigns, community events, and other fundraisers to help those in need. We also combine forces with our community partners to strengthen our community. Some of our community partnership includes Wheels and Wings, Brew Fest, Rhubarb Days, Does on the Go, School Events, etc.
Employee Community Volunteer Program
Our OMC employees also generously give their time, talents and treasure to make a positive impact with our community through other organizations. In 2020, volunteers donated their time to community service projects in the hospital's service area.
Find Volunteer Opportunities
You can find many volunteer opportunities online Volunteer Match.
Volunteer at OMC
Volunteering allows you to make a difference in the lives of others. Many opportunities exist for community members to volunteer. Your efforts help to enhance the patient experience and provide the high-level care our community expects.
Our most common opportunities involve helping at our gift shop – Prairie Gifts – and at the Concierge’s Desk. We also have opportunities in our John Simenstad Surgery Center and assisting with various events such as the Red Cross Blood drives. Most opportunities are available Monday through Friday during normal business hours. If you are interested in volunteering at OMC or would like information, contact Sara Cutts, Community Engagement manager, directly at 715-294-5757.