From the Heart
When Methodist Hospital staff learned their patient would celebrate 68 years with his wife during his hospital stay, they worked to make the day extraordinary.
Attitude is everything for Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center patient and volunteer Rich Pollard. Learn about Richard and his way of handling stage 4 lung cancer.
“We get one shot to make a bad situation as good as it can be, so the earlier we start and the better we get to know people, the more we can help.”
Methodist Health System employs more than 1,860 registered nurses. Three of those nurses were asked why they chose nursing as their profession and what continues to motivate them to do their jobs. Each one traveled a unique path and chose a different nursing focus.
84 Years Later, Methodist Hospital Baby Revisits Birthplace. Don Almy was born at Nebraska Methodist Hospital in 1932.
Julie Frolio has been seeing Thomas Martin, MD for thirty-two years. Dr. Martin has helped Julie through several miscarriages. Julie has always felt a special connection between the two of them.
John W. Estabrook started it when he became the administrator of Methodist Hospital. His frustration as a tuberculosis patient after WWII showed him a path to his future.
A big reason Susan Bristol's recovery from surgery went so smoothly was Methodist Hospital's dedicated certified nursing assistants, aides who work closely with patients and also assist doctors and nurses with basic medical procedures.
After an emergency room patient passed away, Jessica Lock, BSN, RN-BC, offered comfort to the patient's husband over the phone and at her grave site.