OSI has consistently followed both state and federal infection control requirements to ensure the safety of everyone who visits our facility. Because your safety remains our number one priority, we want you to know about the additional infection prevention measures we have in place. We are following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance for
When it comes to travel, Tim Moe refers to himself as “the idea man.” Supplying the support and energy necessary to transform those ideas into action is his wife Ann, every bit the go-getter her husband is. “Many times, I’ll come up with the idea for an adventure,” said Tim. “And I’m fortunate to have
One of the great challenges of health care today is access, getting to see a physician in a time of need, quickly. Well, this doctor is ready, and will see you right away. The problem is, you don’t want to see him. Especially on Sunday, September 22. Dr. Mark Westfall is the Medical Director of
As someone whose day is impossible to plan for, Dr. Mark Westfall knows the importance of being prepared. So it is for an emergency room physician. “You’re never quite sure what situations you’ll be presented while on duty in the ER,” said Westfall, “so readiness is a priority for our ER team.” That mindset of
On Wednesday, August 7, this year’s student-participants in Medical Mentoring of the Fox Valley gathered for their graduation ceremony at Appleton North High School. Representing 15 area high schools, the graduates completed their job-shadowing requirements with local medical providers over the summer. Founded in 2006, the program pairs high school juniors with medical mentors in
It’s late afternoon. Physical therapist Jarrod Schuh escorts a young patient over to a long hallway, an area most days not well populated but especially so on the day before Independence Day, for some rehab. Schuh discovers someone at the end of the hallway (me), and kindly asks if I mind sharing the toasty space.