“Not very many people get a chance to change the world,” said Rachael Nielsen, APRN, “but there’s a lot of us out there who can change our little corner of the world.”
Early detection is key to surviving melanoma.
Methodist’s growing SANE/SART program is a leader in providing needed care for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, elder abuse and human trafficking.
While Methodist offers many recovery options for breast cancer survivors, this mother-daughter duo chose reconstruction.
The Caring for Our Communities program helps people with complex and often chronic diseases who don’t have insurance, are underinsured, have behavioral health issues, cannot afford a primary care doctor or simply don’t have one.
The Fremont Health Foundation hosted its Spring Garden Party on June 8. The elegant springtime evening was filled with fun, food and philanthropy.
Natalie Jones, a nurse coordinator at Methodist Hospital, is working to take her career – and the care she’s able to provide – to the next level. She’s currently pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Nebraska Methodist College – the Josie Harper Campus.
This issue highlights the crucial work of SANE/SART providers; how breast reconstruction restored what cancer took away from a mother and daughter; a nurse practitioner’s selfless service during historic flooding; the importance of detecting skin cancer early; and how care navigators routinely go the extra mile for patients.
A Methodist operating room nurse thanks a coworker for staying by her side and nominates her for the DAISY Award.