Events & Classes


Healthy Living Diabetes (formerly known as “Diabetes Support Group” meets monthly from September to May.  This group is for people who have diabetes or live with someone who has diabetes. 

Different topics are discussed each month pertaining to diabetes, such as healthy meals and snacks, exercise, and ways to improve blood sugar control.  A meal idea or snack is served along with a recipe for you to take home.  You can visit with the other participants to learn different tips to improve your blood sugar control and other living-with- diabetes hints.  There is no cost to attend.  No reservations are required.

Healthy Living Diabetes will meet once a month in the ORHC Wellness Center Multi-Purpose Room. If you have questions, please call Sheila Storbakken, ORHC Registered Dietitian at 754-5344.

Osceola Regional Health Center is offering a Healthy Living class series to educate participants about popular diets and healthy lifestyles. These classes are free for all participants and will meet in the ORHC Multi-purpose Room. Please register with Sheila Storbakken, ORHC Registered Dietitian by calling 754-5344.

Lunch & Learns at Osceola Regional Health Center are free of charge for all participants. These sessions that take place during lunch and offer the community a chance to meet with local medical staff.

Lunch is provided!

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Each year, Live Healthy Iowa, will partner with communities across Iowa to host LHI 5K events featuring a 5K run/walk and a 1K kid’s run. Proceeds from these events will benefit the local wellness coalitions in partner communities, as well as Live Healthy Iowa Kids initiatives.
For full event details and online registration,
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The 2025 Good Ole Summertime will be on June 7, 2025. More details to come!

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Health Fact

High blood pressure greatly increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. If your blood pressure is below 120/80 mm Hg, be sure to get it checked at least once every two years, starting at age 20. If your blood pressure is higher, your doctor may want to check it more often.