Welcome to Osceola Medical Center where we improve the health of our community with a caring team driven by shared values. Here is where we combine technology, outstanding patient care and personal service to supply you with the finest care possible. Our great client service, along with comfort, privacy and convenience, are designed right into the facility.


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  City Osceola, WI
  Zip Code 54020
  Address 301 Rvr
  Phone Number (715) 294-2111

Social Activity

Table Talk: Gourmet Pizzas When: Thursday, March 17th at 6:00pm Where: Osceola Medical Center’s Acorn Grill Cost: $15 Pizza is one of the ‘top 10’ most consumed foods in the America, often loaded with processed meats, cheeses and calories. Join
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Osceola Medical Center staff recognized Colon Cancer Awareness month during Dress in Blue Day. Help us spread the news. Starting at age 50, you should have your colon checked regularly for colon cancer. It could save your life. #DressinBlueDay
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Free Health Seminar: Ask the Sleep Expert, Talha Khan, MD, your sleep apnea questions during a relaxed Q&A seminar March 1 @ 6:30 p.m. To register, click the link below. http://myomc.org/events/event/190-free-health-seminar-ask-the-sleep-expert
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Osceola Medical Center employees observed Heart Awareness Month’s Dress in Red Day Friday, February 5. Since heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, employees wore red to draw awareness and express the importance of wellness
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Join OMC’s René Milner, MD, for a free walking program and health care discussion on heart disease this Saturday, February 13 at 10 a.m. at the Tewksbury Trail in Osceola. Since the trail is snow covered, bring your snow shoes. Distance: 1.25 miles
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Table Talk: Homemade Breads When: Thursday, February 18th at 6:00pm Where: Osceola Medical Center’s Acorn Grill Cost: $15 Many store-bought breads are filled with preservatives to help keep them “shelf happy” longer. Join Bob Whaley, Cooking Guru
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Free Health Seminar at OMC: Ask the Cardiologist You can’t see it and you can’t feel it, but high blood pressure could be lurking. Uncontrolled high blood pressure is the leading cause of heart disease and stroke. Join Cardiologist Stephen Riendl,
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Table Talk: Healthy Appetizers and Dips When: Thursday, January 21st at 6:00pm Where: Osceola Medical Center’s Acorn Grill Cost: $15 How will you celebrate the big football game? Football parties are full of high calorie appetizers and snacks. Join
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