In spring 2021, the Munroe-Meyer Institute will open the doors to its new home inside the former First Data building near the University of Nebraska at Omaha Scott Campus.
Renovations are underway on the building that will become the new home of MMI - coming spring 2021.
MMI provides specialized programs and services, all focused to improve the lives of people with disabilities and complex health care needs across the lifespan.
MMI faculty and trainees perform cutting-edge studies across the research spectrum.
The institute offers interdisciplinary training opportunities for students, families, advocate sand professionals.
Stay current on MMI initiatives, accomplishments and upcoming events. Published once a month, each issue highlights stories of interest regarding the intellectual and developmental disability community.
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MMI's Response to COVID-19
Munroe-Meyer Institute is complying with and exceeding existing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) control protocols outlined by the CDC. All departments and programs at the MMI are committed to the safety and well-being of the individuals they serve. Please review the provisions to MMI services during COVID-19 to see how social distancing guidelines have altered patient care.
- MMI family support during crisis video resources
- MMI collection of COVID-19 resources
- Telehealth and Zoom for patient appointments
If you have questions, feel you may have been exposed, or are sick, contact the Douglas County Health Department hotline (Monday-Friday) at 402-444-3400. Additional information is available by reviewing the following links and documents:
- Douglas County Health Department
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)
- Nebraska Medicine resources for providers