Welcome to the first installment of "OMC's Weekly Beat" - we're glad you're here! We've had SO MUCH growth and happenings at OMC lately that we wanted to be able to get news out to you fast, and in a way that works best for you. So let's dive right into this week's Beat!
New Midwife Hire Expands Services
Osceola Medical Center proudly welcomes Emily Walden, our first Nurse Midwife, marking a significant expansion to our OB services'. Emily joins Dr. Tembreull, Dr. Helgerson, Dr. Belisle, and Dr. Smith in providing full-service Obstetric care at OMC. Emily's expertise in women's health enriches the compassionate care we offer to the St. Croix Valley communities.
Expanding Mental Health Services
We're thrilled to announce the public rollout of our Mental Health and Addiction Program. After a successful internal launch, we are now ready to offer mental health and addiction services to our broader community. Interested individuals can call 715-515-7176 for more information.
Volunteers Needed: The Heartbeat of OMC
Join our amazing team of volunteers at Osceola Medical Center and become part of the heartbeat of our hospital.
We're looking for kind, customer service-savvy individuals to fill roles in our gift shop, concierge desk, and other areas. Volunteering at OMC is a chance to make a meaningful difference in our community.
For more information, please contact Sara Cutts, OMC Volunteer Manager, at 715-294-5757.
Community Town Hall: Master Space Planning
We invite you to the Osceola Medical Center Community Town Hall on February 29th, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., in the RCU Conference Room. Join us for a discussion on the future of OMC, focusing on Master Space Planning.
Your insights and feedback are crucial as we plan for the expansion of our services and facilities.
Thanks for your interest in keeping up with OMC! See ya next week!