Reaching out to communities big and small, near and far.
UNMC is a 500-mile-wide campus, with outreach and education occurring in more than 100 Nebraska communities annually.
Educating the public in non-traditional settings is one aspect of UNMC's initiative to improve science literacy.
Camp Munroe provides children with disabilities the opportunity to participate in many activities, including swimming.
As the only public academic health science center in the state, UNMC embraces the responsibility to reach out to all Nebraskans.
Whether it is patient care, education or research-related, UNMC extends its health care experts to the community through pediatric behavioral health clinics, Science Cafes, cancer screenings, distance education and more.
UNMC strives to be a source people can trust. With programs like CHIRS, (Consumer Health Information Resource Service) all Nebraska residents have free access – pending or following a diagnosis -- to the latest medical information through UNMC’s McGoogan Library of Medicine.
Access for all is a priority at UNMC. With health disparities a statewide concern, UNMC takes a proactive approach to recruit students and residents to practice in rural, underserved areas through the Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP) and the Residency Rural Training Track.
UNMC fully supports any and all programs that lead to affordable and quality health care, education, information, resources and services for everyone.
- Primary Care Center
- Statewide Impact
- Nebraska INBRE Program
- Community Academy
- Continuing Education Outreach Services
- International Health & Medical Education (IHME)
- Rural Health Education Network (RHEN)
- Science Cafe
- Science Teachers Literacy
- UNMC Preceptors
- Rural Health
- Government Relations
- UNMC Delegates