Methodist Fremont Health pulmonology and critical care nurse practitioner Paige Pioppi, MSN, AGACNP-C, cared for patients, mentored young nurses and developed a COVID-19 care module early in the pandemic.
On March 6, 2020, Emma Hutchinson became Nebraska's first confirmed COVID-positive patient. Read her story and the story of the incredible individuals behind her diagnosis and care on the day Methodist entered the COVID-19 fight.
Morris Sandoval credits his wife's devotion, his family's faith and the staff at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital for helping him overcome COVID-19.
The December opening of Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital’s new floor dedicated to women and newborns is getting closer, and our team of OB/GYN providers and specialists is incredibly eager to care for you.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we face a growing mental health crisis. Methodist is addressing the increasing need for behavioral health care by making access to that care easier than ever.
Even as it cares for the community during a pandemic, Methodist is expanding services in hospitals, in clinics and virtually to meet the evolving needs of its patients.
The award is given to individuals, groups or businesses that take extraordinary steps to donate supplies or comfort items to help Methodist deliver The Meaning of Care during this challenging time.
Fremont and Dodge County have been through challenging times over the years. As in many communities across Nebraska, when tragedy or hard times strike, it’s the people who step up and say, “What can we do?”
“The improvement project represents a significant investment in women’s services by Methodist Health System, Methodist Physicians Clinic, Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital and the Foundation,” said Tara Slevin, vice president and chief philanthropy officer for Jennie Edmundson Foundation.