Your Healthcare on Your Time
We value you as a patient. And we value your time. Use our online patient portal and online bill pay to take advantage of FREE financial account management along with access to secure appointment requests, medical history forms, lab test results, and much more.
If you're financially responsible for at least one OMC patient, you can set up/sign in to your online bill pay account by clicking the "online bill pay" button to the right above.
If you've already registered for an online patient portal account, get started by clicking the "online patient portal" button to the left above. If you still need to register for an online patient portal account, call us today at 507.287.2780.
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Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) & Action Plan
Under the provisions of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, Olmsted Medical Center is required to conduct a formal community health needs assessment every three years. The assessment is to include identification of the most pressing healthcare issues in the community, implementation of programs to address these issues, and documentation of progress towards meeting the needs on the annual IRS Form 990 report. Olmsted Medical Center has completed its assessment and implementation strategy for 2013, and this document provides the details of the process and plan.
At Olmsted Medical Center, our team believes in giving back to the communities in which we live and work. A past recipient of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce’s “Rochester Business Gives Award,” OMC annually contributes several million dollars to the communities it serves (see our Annual Report for more information).
Surveys show that many OMC employees contribute to their communities by serving on boards, volunteering their time for civic organizations, and being involved in community events.
Each year, our leadership team attends civic events to volunteer and share ideas. As part of our Corporate Care program, members of our staff conduct free health screenings and offer flu shots at local businesses. We also provide vaccinations that are used by city and county agencies.
Our highly skilled dieticians and diabetes educators provide community education, focused on diet, weight control, the value of physical activity, and diabetes management.
Education of health professionals
Each year, health professionals count on Olmsted Medical Center for education. This includes registered-nurse and licensed-practical-nurse students who receive instruction on our hospital’s medical-surgical and obstetric wards.
Our team also provides training for the area’s social work and pharmacy students. A variety of other students receive education and training here, including dietitians, nurse practitioners, medical students, physician assistants, and physical therapists. Our High School Student Shadow program welcomes local high school students who follow and observe selected health professionals during their daily work.
For more information about how our team enriches the community, please see our Annual Report.