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2600 65TH AVENUE, OSCEOLA, WI 54020 USA

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2600 65TH AVENUE, OSCEOLA, WI 54020 USA

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(715) 294-2111

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Osceola Medical Center
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Tami Alger
Tami Alger

2 out of 5 stars

posted 2 hours ago

I will be finding a new clinic after my last ER visit and trying to make a follow up appointment. I was in severe pain in chest and back. Waited in room for 15 mins or more before being seen. Still in severe pain when getting a x-ray. Waited some more for results while in pain (lost track of time). Finally gave me something for the pain. Then the doctor would not tell me what my results were until I got lecture of not having a primary care physician. The trip was 3.5 hours and 2k. My doc left the hospital and the one after that left, then couldn't get an appointment for the same doctor unless you schedule months in advance. I am giving two stars for the nurses alone. They are all great.

Melissa Saxe
Melissa Saxe

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Horrible experience in the E.R .Doctor Lang didn't listen to anything I had to say, I kept repeatedly telling him that I didn't symptoms of appendicitis. He refused to listen to me and put me through a CT scan and an xray. Then when I asked the nurses and doctor Lang about gallstones, they ignored my request and said the CT would have showed them. FALSE. A CT scan will not show a problem with the gallbladder when it is contracted during the picture that is taken. I specifically asked for an ultrasound and they did not listen to my request . The unbearable pain I was in while I was at the hospital had the staff unphased as they discharged me without helping me. I wanted an answer and help, instead I got "you have a stomach virus" and I was sent out of the room without my husband even being there to pick me up. I returned to my regular doctor when I went home and received my ultrasound to find out I had a gallstone the size of a ping-pong ball stuck in my gallbladder. It was gangrene, I was almost in septic shock, and my liver was starting to fail. I do not recommend this hospital or DR. Lang.

Angela Mink
Angela Mink

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

At first, I was very pleased with my experiences at OMC. The last year has left me frustrated and considering switching care. My last experience was both embarrassing and frustrating. I felt like cattle. I left the building in tears.

I called about 2-3 weeks ago to schedule an appointment for side effects of a medication I am having. They couldn't find an appointment any sooner than 3 weeks out to speak to MY doctor. I took off time from work as I work in downtown Minneapolis and it isn't close enough to just stop over on lunch. On my way to the appointment, one of the side effects forced me to make an emergency pit stop at a port a potty by the St Croix. It was literally the closest bathroom. With no cell service in the valley, I couldn't call to say I was running late.

I hurried over to check in and was told my appointment was marked a no show as I was 10 minutes late. When I said part of the reason I was late was part of the reason I was even making an appointment, they told me I could just go to the walk in clinic or reschedule. Frustrated and in tears I just left. I didn't want to talk to someone I don't know and that only has 10 minutes for me. It isn't easy for me to be open about issues I'm facing. I'll find another doctor that is 10 minutes from my home, not 25 and may treat me like a human being.

If you want someone to treat you like a person, don't go to this clinic. They overbook, rush you thru and don't really care to accommodate based on needs.

Matt Fjorden
Matt Fjorden

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I had a bad experience with the respiratory department. The department lead was very abrasive, arrogant, rude, and lacked empathy for the needs I went there for in my opinion. We did file a complaint, but you can imagine how that goes. So check around, most hospitals can assist with your respiratory needs. There is no need to be sick and on top of that be treated like a second class citizen. My words of advice would be when someone has not slept in days and needs a machine to do so and has other medical issues, maybe the empathy part should come in to play.
If not at least better soft skills. Just wanted to share my experience and I hope you don't have the same one I did.

Andrew Still
Andrew Still

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

They cut off my care because I simply complained about the way I was treated. Dr. Mau refused to listen to me about symptoms from the meds he prescribed. So instead of working with me they basically said they wont treat me anymore. They left me out to dry to suffer with some very serious side effects. Some very unprofessional and rude staff.