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Family, friends and coworkers stopped by the Methodist Hospital cafeteria to honor Merl Drey, share memories and wish him well.
When medical staff in surrounding communities don’t have the resources patients need, they can call 844-JENNIE1 and immediately reach the Jennie Edmundson Emergency Department.
Methodist Hospital installed the region’s only digital PET scanner in 2018. For patients like Jake Arnold, the benefits are immediately obvious.
As part of the Kountze Commons partnership in downtown Omaha, Methodist is key player in efforts to break down barriers to care and services.
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.
“You’re losing brain cells every minute that you’re having a stroke,” said Pam Stout, MSN, RN, SCRN, Methodist stroke program coordinator. “So, truly, the most important thing is calling 911 and getting to the hospital.”
Brian Niedzwiecki has a message for young adults battling cancer: “It’s OK to cry. It’s OK to be anxious. It’s OK to be depressed. What you cannot do is let those emotions control your life."
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.
When Lisa Smith arrived at Methodist Hospital for a routine surgery, she didn’t expect any surprises. Then she met prep-op nurse Peggy Zurek.
Bobbi Gill has been a physical therapy patient at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital for four years as she’s battled numerous health challenges. Mary-Ellen Bartels, a physical therapist, has been by her side much of the way.