We’re here to care for you.


At Olmsted Medical Center, your health has always been our top priority.

That’s why we’re taking extra steps right now to maintain a safe, healthy environment. Like providing appropriate space in all public and private areas — and offering in-person appointments and video visits for care according to your level of comfort and medical need. Because you should never have to worry about receiving great care.

Care

In the video below, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Hemann wants you to take care of yourself so you can take care of others. We will get through this COVID-19 pandemic. Your healthcare has never been more important than it is right now. As we flatten the curve, we will broaden our access by spreading out patient flow to minimize patient contact. If you visit OMC, you will see our staff continuously cleaning our patient areas, properly wearing personal protective equipment, and safely delivering the care you deserve, especially now.

Healthy

In the video below, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Hemann wants you to know: if you need to be seen, it is safe to be seen at Olmsted Medical Center. Our promise to you is that we will make our medical facilities and conduct our healthcare services safely for you. At Olmsted Medical Center, your health has always been our top priority. We want you to be confident about receiving great care. After all, now it’s even more important than ever to take care of yourself so you can keep taking care of the people who need you.

Flexible

In the video below, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Hemann wants you to know that the most important thing is that you feel safe when you enter our buildings. We have expanded our choices to see you with visit options that include telephone or televideo platforms. Built on our provider schedules, we dedicate regular appointment times to visit with you if you cannot make a face-to-face visit.

Safe

In the video below, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Hemann addresses the unique challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the steps we’re taking to ensure that you always feel confident about receiving safe, comfortable, compassionate care.


Be selfish.

We know how important it is to be focused on doing everything you can for the people in your life.

But when you walk through the doors at Olmsted Medical Center, we need you to focus on you for a change — the way we focus you. So when you walk out our doors, you can keep doing so much for the people who need you.

To learn more about why it’s important to be “selfish” when it comes to taking care of your own health, read the article published in Rochester Women Magazine.

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