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Community Commitment

Osceola Medical Center is proud to be an integral part of our community. Our employees live here, they raise their children here and they participate in community activities here. As a vital community member we also take pride in its stewardship, from providing care for those in need to offering activities and opportunities for improving our health.

Community Health Needs Assessment

OMC is committed to improving the overall health of the community through education, events and services. As mandated by the federal government, all hospitals are conducting Community Health Needs Assessments of their service areas. OMC will use information in its assessment to help improve the health of our community.

OMC has adopted the 2016 Polk County Community Health Needs Assessment, a collaborative effort of the Polk County Health Department, Amery Hospital and Clinic, Osceola Medical Center and St. Croix Regional Medical Center. These partners provided direction and leadership, shared data and engaged residents of Polk County through a series of forums and surveys to strategically help the county and local area health-care facilities create healthier communities. This CHNA will be in effect for three years.

Click here to see the complete assessment. For more information, go to http://www.healthypolkcounty.com.

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