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Clinic

We take the adage to heart that you “feel better when you feel at home” by treating every patient like family. This home-town care approach allows us to know you as a person and your family as a whole.

With two clinic locations, in Osceola, WI, and Scandia, MN, this approach offers a more personal touch as well as greater convenience and comprehensive care. The family practice provider has a better understanding of your health situation, can communicate with you more effectively and can respond better to situations within your family. They are also trained to recognize when specialty care is needed (see side bar list), and decide what type of care makes the most sense. The family provider plays a critical role as an advocate for the patient and can help you navigate an often complex health-care system

Walk-In Clinic

Illness isn’t planned, but when it happens you want great care. Our new Walk-In Clinic at Osceola opens February 1 and provides care for your unexpected illnesses within the home-town atmosphere you’ve come to expect at OMC.

What is a “Walk-In Clinic”?

Our Walk-In Clinic is designed to offer easy access to a provider for those unexpected situations, like ear infections, sore throats and minor injuries. With longer hours and no appointments, you don’t have to think twice about seeing a provider. Just walk right on in when you need to and you’ll be seen.

How does it work?

For those unexpected minor illnesses and injuries, simply come in to our main lobby at Osceola Medical Center and check in at the front desk. It’s that simple. We have a selected group of family providers dedicated to the Walk-In Clinic, and they are supported by the rest of our Clinic providers.

Do I need an appointment?

Appointments are not necessary for our Walk-In Clinic for your unexpected illnesses. Just come in when you need to for the quick care you need. For the best care for preventive care visits, like annual exams, follow ups from earlier appointments, continuing care for long-term conditions or specialty care, appointments will be the better option.

Where is it and when is it open?

The Walk-in Clinic opens February 1 and will be in the Clinic at Osceola Medical Center. It will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. For emergency situations, our Emergency Department is available 24/7 on Sundays and holidays.