Starting July 8, Scandia Clinic opened its doors to a new Walk-In Clinic service at 21150 Ozark Court North, offering the community convenient care to common illnesses and injuries for anyone two months and older. The new clinic will be open from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and no appointment is needed.

“Our new service will help increase access to convenient, high-quality health care for people who live and work in the Scandia area,” said Misty Charlier, clinic administrative officer at Osceola Medical Center and Scandia Clinic.  “We’re excited to provide another health care service to the community, when and where they need us.”

“If you are a parent with a sick child or someone concerned about your health, you don’t have to think twice about trying to schedule an appointment,” added Lisa Marcellus, RN, Scandia Clinic supervisor. “Just walk in and you’ll be seen.”

Scandia’s Walk-In Clinic will be staffed by the clinic’s two newest family medicine providers, Valerie Saladin, PA-C, and Georgeanna Knutson, NP, who can treat common illnesses from strep throat to ear and eye infections. Minor wounds and abrasions, sprains and strains, and joint pain can also be treated. If follow up care is needed, patients will have the chance to schedule with one of our providers at Scandia Clinic or Osceola Medical Center.  

To learn more about our Walk-In Clinic, visit MyOMC.org/Walk-In

OMC’s Scandia Clinic has been providing comprehensive family health care in Scandia since 2010. The staff can care for everything from primary and routine care, to complex health issues, along with basic lab and X-ray procedures. Since Scandia Clinic is owned and operated by Osceola Medical Center, the clinic has access to OMC’s services, including diagnostics, the Birth Center, emergency care, hospital care, surgery, oncology, ophthalmology and cardiology.

In 2017, Osceola Medical Center launched its first Walk-In Clinic in Osceola, Wisconsin, offering convenient access to health care that meets the needs of our patients. 

For more information, visit MyOMC.org/Walk-In

 

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