Colon cancer, the third most common cancer in the United States and second leading cause of cancer death, is one of the most preventable diseases with regular screenings.
Methodist branding will shine brightly at Corporate. A Methodist Heart & Dove sign was installed today over the MHS Corporate Office entrance at 8511 West Dodge Road.
Do you have questions about menopause? Providers from Methodist's Menopause Clinic will questions at informal monthly chats in the Methodist Women's Hospital cafeteria.
Working at Heart Consultants in Omaha, Rena Duhan sees a lot of patients with cardiac problems. At 33, she never thought she'd be one of them.
Outlook's Address Book "Advanced Search" Replaces ERNIE's Departmental Directory
The new mhsintranet incorporates a variety of announcements, quick links, system shortcuts, HR material, learning resources and improved technology to bring enhanced tools to MHS employees.
Officer Greg Hamill, a 12-year veteran of the Omaha Police Department, passed away on Wednesday from complications of H1N1.
Heart Disease is the number one killer in women. What should you look out for--and when should you go in for tests? Malorie Maddox walks us through it.
Suzanne Vankat, a nurse on the Medical-Surgical Unit at Methodist Hospital, was honored at a recognition ceremony on Thursday, February 20, as the February DAISY award winner.
Welcome to the new Methodist Health System employees who went through New Employee Orientation Feb. 4-17, 2014.
Be on the alert and tread carefully around raised or broken concrete areas that are marked with orange paint or surrounded by cones.
David Hayes sat 3 feet away as Dr. Steven Bailey swiveled on a stool to look him in the eyes, then spun back to stare at a computer screen.
Michael Godfrey sits silently, hands folded, next to his freshly made bed on the fourth floor of Omaha's Methodist Hospital.
Worldwide health experts now say one in every three women will be sexually assaulted at some point in her life.
They're in typical Omaha hospital rooms, a 66-year-old woman and a 71-year-old man draped in hospital gowns, eating hospital food, watching hospital TV, sleeping that fitful overnight hospital sleep.
This year’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Week theme, “For the Heart, From the Heart,” honors the patients, families and healthcare professionals who are dedicated to cardiac rehabilitation as a way to achieve a healthy lifestyle.