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  • Owatonna-Hospital-building

    Owatonna Hospital is a non-profit regional medical center committed to providing quality, comprehensive care to patients in and around Steele County, Minnesota. Each year, the hospital provides a full range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency care services, as well as home and palliative care and hospice.

  • Visiting guidelines

    We have restricted visiting guidelines to protect all patients, visitors, volunteers and staff.

    Hospitals 

    • Children, 5 and under, are asked not to visit the hospital (this includes birth centers and The Mother Baby Center), unless seeking medical care.
      • Compassionate exceptions may be considered based on a patient's critical condition/prognosis. Talk to a nurse.
    • All children, ages 10 and under, must wear a mask while in our hospitals. This includes birth centers and The Mother Baby Center.
      • The Minnesota Department of Health has declared a measles outbreak in Minnesota. Your child needs to wear a mask while in our facility to protect his or her health.
    • Anyone with a cough or sore throat, should wear a mask while at a hospital.
    • Mom baby and birth center visitors will be screened for wellness.
    • Visitors who are sick should not visit hospital patients.

    Clinics

    • All children, ages 10 and under, must wear a mask while in our clinics.
  • eICU - small image

    Electronic Intensive Care Unit (eICU) launches on Special Care Unit

    The eICU is designed to improve the patient care experience and increase patient satisfaction. Offering immediate access to a critical care physician and nurses when needed by the press of a button, the eICU doesn't replace bedside resources; it enhances them. 

  • 2250 NW 26th St
    Owatonna, MN 55060

    507-451-3850