Did you know that Methodist leads the state in the employment of male nurses? Meet a few of Methodist's male nurses in this video blog.
Do you know what the daily charge was for an adult patient at Methodist Hospital in 1948?
Student uniforms from the past were modeled in celebration of the 70-year anniversary of the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing.
In the 1960s, Methodist Hospital prepared about half a million meals each year.
It was an appointment that was a surprise for the times. Lillian Avant Dorsey became chief pharmacist of Nebraska Methodist Hospital in 1948.
Methodist Hospital had a full census on a busy Friday when Omaha's weather changed from 37 degrees and light snow to whiteout blizzard conditions. Nearly every area of the hospital was touched in some way by the storm.
See the story that posted to Omaha World-Herald's online edition today: "Methodist's cutting-edge surgical suite opens 'world of possibilities.'"
The Methodist Hospital nurses who cared for this one pound, seven ounce miracle baby nicknamed her "Thumbellina."
Miss Fagan's association with Methodist Hospital and Nebraska Methodist College spanned seven decades.
A deaconess wrote, "While we didn't see a flock of turkeys flying over the hospital, some found their way here nevertheless."
Administration anticipated a normal crop of glitches when the new Methodist Hospital opened in April 1968. Here's what they didn't expect.
The first patients arrived at the new Methodist Hospital on Sunday, April 28, 1968.
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.