In the Community
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.
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.
The Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program places licensed independent mental health practitioners in 27 Omaha Public Schools and 10 churches and community centers.
Dozens of Methodist Health System employees participated in a poverty simulation aimed at reducing health disparities within communities.
As part of the Kountze Commons partnership in downtown Omaha, Methodist is key player in efforts to break down barriers to care and services.
Claire and Lucas Coughlin are proving you’re never too young to show compassion and kindness.
Earlier this year, Methodist Fremont Health selected Shawn Shanahan to serve as director of the Fremont Health Foundation.
The Jennie Edmundson Foundation has begun a campaign to raise $100,000 to replace the hospital’s aging Medi-Bus, a service vehicle that has helped ensure health care access for thousands of people each year.
Over 1,000 area fifth-graders recently completed the “No Tobacco Challenge,” a creative way to engage students and have discussions about the dangers of tobacco and vaping, as well as the importance of making healthy life choices.