See the Veterans Day story that posted to Omaha World-Herald's online edition today: "From Sick Sailor to Healthcare Innovator."
On April 20, 1968, cornerstone and consecration ceremonies were held for the new Methodist Hospital at 84th and Dodge Streets.
Nebraska author Mary Mahoney takes the reader on a tour of the new hospital shortly before it opened in April 1968.
The public was invited to follow the progress of the new Nebraska Methodist Hospital with color illustrations and a monthly construction schedule in this 1967 promotional handout.
Learn the story behind the annual display of roses beneath Jennie Hart Edmundson's portrait at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Methodist Hospital was held on December 3, 1965.
Methodist Hospital was suffering growing pains in the 1950s. To create a new hospital campus, built from the ground up to maximize efficiencies as medicine continued to advance, leadership looked to the west.
In the 1950s, busy Methodist Hospital was suffering growing pains. To create a new hospital campus, leadership looked west.
In the 1980s, Methodist Hospital produced a series of "Good Health" messages with KMTV Channel 3 that were broadcast on primetime network television.
In December 1966, Methodist Hospital installed an IBM 1401 computer system to replace its former punch card data processing equipment.
Methodist Hospital felt the impact when the new Medicare legislation took effect on July 1, 1966.
Written by the ex-patient in room 563, east bed.
In 1985, Methodist Hospital became the first hospital in Nebraska with a lithotripter.
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John M. Fraser, President & CEO, Methodist Health System
Through August 31, enjoy a special $10 annual membership discount from Omaha Children's Museum in honor of Methodist's 125th Anniversary .