Care for Active Aging Adults and Their Families

Preventative Services at OMC

We have developed a list of preventive services that can help you maintain optimum health. You are encouraged to discuss these recommendations with your healthcare provider.

Annual Wellness Visit

Learn more about Annual Wellness Visits on "Welcome to Medicare" preventive visit website.

Screening

Screenings important for active aging adults. These include:

  • vision
  • hearing
  • colonoscopies
  • mammograms
  • labs
  • cognitive
  • palliative care
  • fall-risk
  • psychosocial assessment.

Primary Care Services at OMC

Partner with a primary care provider and you’ll form a trusting long-term relationship with an expert who will provide personalized care.

Choose a provider in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine

Care Coordination

  • Will assess patient preferences and identify barriers patients encounter in the healthcare arena. They are trained experts to close gaps to ensure the delivery of safe, efficient and effective care.

Specialty Care Services at OMC

There are over 35 specialty care services at OMC. Check out the clinical services tab on this website for additional information.

Pharmacy

Turn to the licensed pharmacists and technicians at Olmsted Medical Center (OMC) for prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as counseling and prescription management. Whether or not you're an OMC patient, you can access pharmacy services at our Northwest Clinic or Southeast Clinic, including prescription refills. Visit our Pharmacy website to learn more.

Inpatient Services

The medical and surgical care team at OMC provides personalized healthcare for hospitalized patients with a wide range of inpatient health conditions and those recovering from surgery. This expert level of individualized medical, post-surgical, and specialized care is essential for optimal healing.

Community Partners

Southeastern Minnesota offers a variety of services for active aging adults and their families. These services are dedicated to enhance individual quality of life as well as promote safety in the home and community.

  • Transitions of Care Team: A monthly gathering of area resource agencies with multidisciplinary healthcare professionals engaged in discussion and problem-solving to assist patients with safe transitions between care organizations.
  • WellConnect
  • Home Technology/Life Alert Systems
  • County Falls Coalition
  • Home health services
  • Infusion care services
  • Transportation services
  • Nursing Homes
  • Assisted living homes
  • Independent living home
  • Hospice
  • Veterans Services
  • Victims Services
  • Housing
  • Mental Health
  • Hotlines
  • Financial assistance
  • Food Shelves
  • Dementia Units
  • Respite Care
  • Chemical Dependency
  • Patient Escorts

Caregiver Support

  • Respite
  • Support Groups
  • Education

Advance Directive

Do you have an advance healthcare directive, also referred to as a healthcare directive or an advance directive? If not, you should consider having one on file. Learn more about Advance Healthcare Directives.

Palliative Care

Palliative care can begin at any time during aggressive treatment of an illness. In this way it differs from hospice care, which is a type of palliative care for people during the last six months of life. Learn more about Palliative Care.

Billing Resources

  • Financial Assistance. Olmsted Medical Center has many options to assist patients in resolving their account balances if they cannot be paid in full.
    • Medications
    • Transportation
    • Financial Assistance Program
    • Social Workers
    • Business Services
  • Power of Attorneys

Education

OMC's Health Library is an A to Z health resource that includes patient education, health and nutrition resources, and a symptom checker, among other resources. While this information is not meant to replace care with your healthcare provider, it can help you find answers to your questions and learn more about medical topics of interest to you.