Community Education at Ozarks Medical Center
Community Health Needs Assessment
In 2016, Ozarks Medical Center conducted a comprehensive Community Health
Needs Assessment. Learn more by clicking
OMC Behavioral Healthcare Strategic Overview
OMC Behaviorial Healthcare is accredited by Commission on Accreditation
of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). To read the OMC Behavioral Healthcare
Community Training Center
Ozarks Medical Center has been designated as a community training center
(CTC) by the American Heart Association to provide basic life support
classes to the community.
Classes offered include:
Heartsaver CPR, CPR for Family and Friends, and CPR in Schools.
For more information or to register for these classes, call 417-257-6793.
Prepared childbirth classes help expectant mothers prepare for the birth
of their child. Topics include breathing, relaxation, support, labor and
delivery and cesarean section; new parent skills classes, including self-care,
baby care, infant bathing, safety, immunizations and circumcision. Preparing
for breastfeeding classes provide the expectant mother with important
information she will need to breastfeed her new baby.
For more information or to register for these classes, call 417- 257-6440
or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a four-hour course designed by the American Heart Association.
Basic First Aid emphasizes accident prevention and prepares participants
to provide temporary assistance until medical help arrives.
Group classes also are available for your business, organization or social group.
For more information, call 417-257-6793.