By April 12, all services will have transitioned to the new home of the Munroe-Meyer Institute, inside the former First Data building near the University of Nebraska at Omaha Scott Campus.
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But not all departments moved at the same time.
If you or your family member has an appointment before April 12, call 402-559-6418 to confirm the location of your appointment.
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: