Congratulations go to MHS staff members who recently completed an educational degree.
Dr. James Reilly, surgical oncologist at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center’s Breast Care Center, was named a 2018 Pink Tie Guy at the Komen Pink Ribbon Affair fundraiser held April 7.
Each year a multi-disciplinary team facilitated by the Emergency Management Committee discusses and completes a Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVA) for Methodist Hospital, Methodist Women’s Hospital, Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital, Health West and hospital-based clinics.
Register to watch live or view later the webinar "Credit: The Good and the Bad" on Tuesday, April 24. Register online for this and other financial webinars that interest you.
Applications are being accepted for the MHS Academy programs offered by Nebraska Methodist College, an affiliate of Methodist Health System.
What is National Healthcare Decisions Day?
National Healthcare Decisions Day, on Monday, April 16, exists to inspire, educate and empower the public and health care providers about the importance of advance care planning.
Peter Marop, an Environmental Services Cleaning Technician, is the Methodist Women’s Hospital Employee of the Quarter for 2nd Quarter 2018.
GREAT NEWS! More free tickets are now available! Quantities are limited!
MHS employees and their families are invited to attend "National Health Night at the Races" at I-80 Speedway on Friday, April 27.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Kathy Koester, RN in Infusion Center for Methodist Hospital.
Methodist Health System is a proud sponsor of March for Babies, a major fundraiser for the March of Dimes, set for Saturday, April 28 at Lewis and Clark Landing in downtown Omaha.
At Methodist Health System, we pride ourselves on a culture of openness, trust and integrity. Effective ethics is a team effort involving the participation and support of every employee. Employees can submit reports or concerns anonymously via the Confidential Reporting Hotline or website.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Debra Krueger, Pre-Surgery RN for Methodist Hospital.
The penalties for HIPAA violations can be severe with multi-million-dollar fines possible when violations have been allowed to persist for several years or when multiple violations of HIPAA Rules have been allowed to occur.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Kathy Christiansen, Program Manager in Cancer Prevention and Hereditary Cancer Risk for Methodist Hospital.
We extend our best retirement wishes to Ruth Berry, Patient Billing/Follow Up Rep for Corporate Insurance Reimbursement at MHS Corporate Offices.