Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the Sept. 12 blood drive. The Nebraska Community Blood Bank was able to collect a total of 23 units of blood.
Starting in January 2020, individuals in Nebraska purchasing health insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace or Exchange and Medicare beneficiaries will have a new choice when selecting insurance products.
Exclusive new strategic partnerships will greatly benefit Nebraska Methodist College students who complete either of two new concentrations in the Wellness & Health Promotion Management master’s degree program.
The 2019 wellness screenings are now underway for participants in the Methodist Health System and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital health care plan.
The 2019 wellness screenings will be offered late July to late September to all Methodist Health System and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital health care plan participants.
Best Care EAP has recently designed a comprehensive service package specifically for member organizations of the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM).
The Employee Health Clinic scheduled at Methodist Women’s Hospital on July 4 is canceled due to the holiday.
This summer, many services offered at Methodist Hospital’s Geriatric Evaluation and Management (GEM) Clinic will move to the Geriatric Assessment Clinic at Methodist Physicians Clinic Indian Hills.
Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the May 7 blood drive. The Red Cross was able to collect a total of 31 units of blood.
The Methodist Equipment Loan Program provides patients in need access to free home medical equipment through the recycle and reuse program, enabling patients to focus on recovery and return home.
We are excited to officially launch the Methodist Health System Sustainability Ambassadors program.
Lymphedema Awareness Month recognizes and educates patients and caregivers about this disorder, which affects 3 million to 5 million Americans.
National Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week honors health care professionals who guide and support the rehabilitation of those with lung disease.
The ultrasound program at Nebraska Methodist College is looking for pregnant volunteers.
Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the Sept. 27 blood drive. The Red Cross was able to collect a total of 36 units of blood. This has the potential to save up to 108 lives!