Summertime is supposed to be full of adventure and fun! Whether you work full time, part time or are a stay at home parent, you will find something at Wild Kats Summer Camp to keep your child’s summer full of exciting experiences. Our summer camp is a full-day program that emphasizes healthy living, healthy lifestyles and healthy community. Through fun activities, field trips, physical fitness classes, volunteer opportunities and other learning experiences, your child will have an amazing summer to remember.
For more information and registration, visit our Wild Kats Summer Camp.
Summer is a perfect time to fire up the grill and spend quality time with family. This Table Talk session is geared towards the whole family. We will talk you through healthy summer grilling techniques and have outdoor family activities for your children. Enjoy quality time outside with your family while sampling delicious foods.
All workshops include a nutritional discussion, hands-on cooking demonstration and take-home item.
Table Talk Workshop: Healthy Summer BBQ
Thursday, July 19, 6 p.m.
OMC’s Acorn Grill
Space is limited. Online registration is required by July 17, see below. If you have any questions, call Chelsea O’Brien at 715-294-5698.
Although our clinics and pharmacy will be closed for the holiday, our Emergency Department in Osceola will be available. For more information on our hours, visit MyOMC.org/hours or call us at 888-565-4662. Hope everyone has a safe and happy Memorial Day!
Many people want to give back to the community, but may not have a lot of time to volunteer. The American Red Cross reminds eligible individuals that in only about an hour, volunteer blood donors can help save lives and feel instant gratification. Please schedule your appointment today.
Thursday, June 28
11 am – 5 pm
Osceola Medical Center
To schedule an appointment please call 800-733-2767 or log onto redcrossblood.org and search by sponsor code "OMC".
No matter what grade your child is heading into, there’s a back-to-school checklist that every parent is familiar with – shopping for school supplies, filling out permission slips and scheduling your child’s comprehensive physical exam. While the last one may not seem as urgent or as well known, adding a physical exam to the annual back-to school list is one of the most important things parents can do to protect their child’s health.
A healthy childhood and adolescence calls for balancing home, life, school and social activities. That’s not easy, especially during a time when a child is passing through years of growth, learning and exploration, as well as emotional and physical development. These changes are important signs to overall health that can indicate problems before symptoms actually appear. At your child’s well-child check, our family medicine provider may:
If you are interested in being proactive with your child’s health, schedule their physical exam at Osceola Medical Center or Scandia Clinic today: call 715-294-2111.