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By making reductions in opioid prescriptions and usage, Methodist is changing patient care for the better and potentially saving lives.
To better meet the physical and emotional needs of our mental health patients, the Fremont Health Foundation has provided funds to equip the inpatient Behavioral Health unit with an activity room.
With more than 50 providers at three hospitals, Methodist's hospitalist program is a modern approach to medicine that's making a difference for patients.
Cancer survivor Lindsay Stangl returned to the catwalk one year after her initial appearance at the Methodist Survivor Show at Omaha Fashion Week (OFW).
From 2014 to 2019, the Jennie Edmundson Foundation has administered more than $300,000 in nursing scholarships.
This issue captures shining examples of the countless ways Methodist Health System caregivers and staff show up for patients in their greatest times of need. With extra reassurance, convenient access to care, safer alternatives, guidance and friendship, Methodist believes that being available – no matter the day, no matter the hour – is key to providing The Meaning of Care.
The Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program places licensed independent mental health practitioners in 27 Omaha Public Schools and 10 churches and community centers.
Despite differences between loneliness and social isolation, both can have devastating effects on your mental and physical health. Read why they're on the rise in our hyperconnected world.