The Nebraska Medicine Midtown Clinic where innovation and patient care are paramount in a resident run clinic setting. Midtown was built in 2010 and is an innovative and state-of-the-art internal medicine teaching clinic. The clinic uses a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model and the staff includes a full-time social worker, a licensed mental health professional and a registered nurse with specialized training in diabetes education. Unique clinic services include onsite health education, pharmacy services and group diabetes education classes. There the focus is on a collaborative team approach to healthcare in which patients and physicians engage in a healthcare relationship that focuses on health, wellness, and prevention as well as treatment. The Board of Directors is a dynamic group that is run by the Ambulatory Chief resident has twelve resident representatives in addition to other staff. There are a wide variety of research opportunities including collaborative studies with pharmacy residents and nursing students. Internal medicine residents spend one half-day each week in clinic year-round for their entire residency to ensure continuity of care for their patients. The clinic is located within walking distance of the main medical campus.
KETV State of Addiction Managing medications using a team approach