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Meet OMC's New CFO Kimberly Ericson

Kimberly Ericson of Wyoming, MN, has been named chief financial officer of Osceola Medical Center.

Ericson comes to OMC from Fairview Health Systems, where she has been vice president of Finance Operations, working to establish standards and best practices, along with managing the operation's financial improvement efforts across hospitals and medical centers. "I am very excited to be part of the Osceola community and be closer to where care is delivered," Ericson said. "I really enjoy interacting with both staff and patients to help stay connected to purpose."

Growing up in a small town in northern Minnesota, Ericson said she misses the interaction you can have with members of the community. "Working in Osceola feels like I'll be coming home."

"OMC and the Osceola community are so impressive," she said. "It is evident that the community partnership with the hospital and clinic is very strong, and the medical center is a source of local pride. I am honored to have the opportunity to join the OMC team and help build upon this legacy."

Learn how to breathe easier and manage chronic lung disease like COPD, pulmonary fibrosis or lung cancer. OMC’s health , will discuss the most common chronic lung conditions then offer tips to manage them.Learn better ways to cope with chronic lung disease while getting the support of others in similar situations.

Group Support: Better Breathers Club

June 18, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Osceola Medical Center's Riverside Room

This event is free and open to the public. To reserve your spot, complete the form below or call or call 715-294-4936.

Our After Summer School program is not your same old child care. Our program emphasizes healthy living, healthy lifestyles and healthy community. We do this through fun activities, physical fitness classes, learning experiences and field trips. Your child ages 7-13 will enjoy the fun, hands on learning from our experts in fitness, nutrition and nature. Registration will be posted soon, check back for more details.

For more information and registration, visit our Wild Kats Summer Camp.

Baby & Me is a play and discussion hour for infants and their parents. Babies can observe, interact and explore with other babies, while parents connect with other moms and dads.

Group Support: Baby & Me

Thursdays at 5:30 p.m.
Osceola Medical Center's Physician Education Room

Annual Golf Ball Drop Flyer

The Cancer Center of Western Wisconsin will be hosting the 2nd Annual Garden Golf Ball Drop for Cancer to raise funds for the CCWW’s Healing Fund supporting six area hospitals, Osceola Medical Center being one. Over 800 numbered golf balls donated by New Richmond Golf Club will be dropped by LaVenture Crane for a chance to win $500 if a golf ball makes a “hole in one”. The event will take place rain or shine Thursday, June 27th in the Journey Garden located behind the CCWW of New Richmond at 501 Hospital Road, New Richmond, WI. A community gathering of light snacks and beverages will begin at 6 p.m. with the golf ball drop to occur at 6:30 p.m.

Golf ball raffle numbers will be sold through June 21st at the price of 1 raffle ticket for $10 or three for $20. The CCWW’s Healing Fund benefits patients by providing services or amenities otherwise not reimbursed through health insurance with examples being care bags filled with comfort items, blanket warmers, heated massage chairs, or healing gardens. To purchase your golf ball raffle tickets, visit Osceola Medical Center’s Concierge Desk today.

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.

Each month, your child age 7 to 13 will enjoy the fun, hands-on learning from our experts in fitness, nutrition, and nature right off the summer school bus.

June Class Openings:

  • Survival Kids Series (age 7-13)- Mondays
  • 60 Seconds to Win (age 7-13)- Wednesdays

For more information and registration, visit our Wild Kats Series Classes .

A small group of youth (age 10-15) will be lead by a personal trainer as they explore the fitness equipment in the main gym at WRF right off the school bus.

Youth Fitness Training
Wednesdays in May
after school - 4:45 p.m.
Click here for more information.

*Bus 29 is available for transportation from Osceola Schools to Wild River Fitness. Please send a note for students to ride the bus.

Weight is a sensitive topic, especially when children are concerned. In the Right Step program, our team of experts approach the topic in a caring and light way that allows your child to have fun while learning about a healthy lifestyle.

 

  • Open to children 8-15 years old (other criteria apply).
  • Hands-on learning at play and in the kitchen
  • One-on-one attention with our team of experts.
  • Fun and empowering activities loaded with personal support.
  • Six months of follow up.

Space is limited. Contact Chelsea O’Brien at 715-294-5698 to register at the introductory rate of $125.

* Support for this program was provided by grants from Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation and Osceola Community Health Foundation.

Happy Memorial Day from Osceola Medical Center!

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! 

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