In the Community
Patients and Methodist staff come through in a big way for area women in need.
Peggy Cox's group of friends show up at Race for the Cure 2017 to support everyone affected. They make sure they are sharing the message with all their grandchildren as well.
Two years ago, Randy Bueltel said goodbye to the love of his life, Donna. She lived and fought for two years before succumbing to breast cancer. It was a journey that began with a self-examination.
Once again, Methodist welcomed attendees of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to sign a banner to honor and encourage survivors of breast cancer.
An unexpected find turned up when the Salvation Army began to demolish the old Methodist Hospital at 36th and Cuming street.
It was a project years in the making. Now, a new warm water aquatic therapy pool at Methodist HealthWest will soon help patients heal from injury and illness.
Photo Gallery: Heather’s Healing Pad was dedicated on October 2nd at Methodist Physicians Clinic HealthWest.
Sue Roberts shares her story about her daughter's cancer battle and Methodist's new aquatic therapy pool.
As part of the Kountze Commons partnership in downtown Omaha, Methodist is key player in efforts to break down barriers to care and services.