About Olmsted Medical Center
Olmsted Medical Center (OMC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has been southeastern Minnesota’s hometown healthcare provider since 1949. OMC’s 168 clinicians join over 1,300 other healthcare professionals serving at over 20 locations, including two multi-specialty clinics, a Level IV trauma hospital with 24-hour emergency room, a Skyway Clinic in downtown Rochester, and 11 community branch clinics. OMC also offers walk-in FastCare and Acute Care clinics.
OMC has more than 35 specialties and is best known for its convenient, quality personal care. Each year, the Olmsted Medical Center team sees over 334,000 patients, performs nearly 4,100 major surgical operations, cares for over 22,000 patients in our Emergency Care department, and delivers nearly 1,000 babies.
The organization is governed by a Board of Trustees, whose primary function is to see that OMC serves the public interest.
In 2017, Olmsted Medical Center received National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Level 3 Recognition based on our evidence-based, patient-centered processes. The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home is a model of primary care that combines teamwork and technology to improve care, improve patients’ experience of care, and reduce costs.
The delivery of exceptional patient care focusing on caring, quality, safety, and service.
To be the healthcare provider of choice in our service area by leading in quality, access, and service.
Our Core Values
- Our patients come first.
- Every employee is a caregiver.
- Our employees are the key to our success.
- OMC is an active, contributing partner in the communities it serves.
- We have a duty to position and prepare OMC for the future.