BryanLGH Health System
BryanLGH Medical Center is a 583-bed not-for-profit, locally owned healthcare organization with two acute-care facilities and many outpatient clinics. Our premiere specialties include cardiology, trauma, neurology/neurosurgery, mental health, oncology and orthopedics. We are listed as one of the 100 top hospitals in the nation for our cardiac and orthopedic care. BryanLGH is the home to the following Centers of Excellence:
BryanLGH Heart Institute – A hospital within a hospital, offering all the benefits of a specialty hospital backed by the full service and staff of BryanLGH Medical Center, which is nationally recognized for excellence in cardiovascular care.
Gogela Neuroscience Institute –The regions leading neurosurgery team and home to one of only 28 low-field Interoperative MRI’s in the nation. The Gogela Neuroscience Institute provides a foundation for the ongoing research and education of patients, physicians and healthcare providers of all disciplines.
Orthopedic Human Motion Institute – Nationally recognized for joint replacement. The Orthopedic Human Motion Institute offers a personalized approach to orthopedics, including chronic and acute problems of the bone, joint, spine, soft tissue, tendons and ligaments, sports injuries and fractures.
Institute of Women’s and Children’s Health – A new, one-of-a-kind facility dedicated solely to childbirth, pediatrics and women’s health which opened in 2008. The stand alone 7 floor facility includes a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
BryanLGH spans the state through a network that provides sophisticated mobile diagnostic treatment and services. Working with local hospitals and physicians, we offer citizens throughout the region otherwise unavailable services in the comfort of their own communities. The Heartland Health Alliance, a 40-member hospital network providing service throughout Nebraska and Kansas. Patients admitted to Heartland Health Alliance hospitals will have access to quality, low cost health care provided by staff dedicated to their patients, their professions and their communities.