Methodist employees are invited to celebrate the season at holiday buffet receptions.
In response to the growing need for mental health services in north Omaha, Methodist Health System is partnering with several local organizations in a first-of-its-kind effort aimed at improving community health.
Josie Abboud, president and CEO of Methodist Hospital and Methodist Women's Hospital, provides an update on the Methodist Hospital Emergency Department renovation and expansion project.
There have been several recent reports of vehicle break-ins at Methodist Health System facilities. By taking a few simple precautions, we can all make a difference in deterring crime and promoting safety.
We're proud to honor the many veterans within our Methodist Family with a special Honor Roll posted on Employee Connections, Honor Roll lists on display in Methodist hospital chapels and posters in Methodist cafeterias.
Each year a Summary Annual Report and Schedule SB are prepared for the Methodist Health System and Methodist Jennie Edmundson benefit plans. Here's how you can access them.
“Every single person I interacted with made me feel like their one and only patient,” said patient Staci Raddish, who nominated the unit for the award.
Steve Goeser, president and CEO of Methodist Health System, looks back at one year with Methodist Fremont Health.
Kara Zirpel, service secretary on the OB/GYN unit, is the Methodist Women’s Hospital Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2019.
This year during Spiritual Care Week, the chaplains at Methodist Hospital, Methodist Women’s Hospital and Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center are focusing on creating sacred space in this moment, no matter where we are.
To all Methodist Health Sytem employees, the Methodist Hospital Foundation is so grateful for your support.
This has been another successful year for the Caring Campaign and it is not over yet! Currently we are at 70% participation.
Methodist now has over 220 AgeWISE nurses infusing geropalliative care nursing principles throughout its hospitals.
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.
There are several more chances this year for personal and professional development.