The Meaning of Care Magazine
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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.
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.
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.
This issue explores how Methodist Health System is using the latest medical technology, providing care to more people with innovative strategies and preparing the next generation of health care providers.
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.
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.