University of Nebraska Medical Center


Children's Nebraska Hubbard Center for Children

Fellows rotate between the University of Nebraska Medical Center/Nebraska Medicine as well as Children’s Nebraska. Each rotation is for a month at a time where they are focused on inpatient and outpatient needs at the specific facility.

Children's Nebraska

Children’s Nebraska is a private free-standing children’s hospital located just 3.4 miles west of the University of Medical Center. It has 143 beds and yearly admissions over 7,000. Children’s treats children with a variety of secondary and tertiary pediatric conditions. Children’s medical staff consists of general pediatricians in private practices, as well as pediatricians and subspecialty from both University of Nebraska Medical Center as well as Creighton University Medical Center. 

University of Nebraska Medical Center campus with flowers in foreground

University of Nebraska Medical Center/Nebraska Medicine

The University of Nebraska Medical Center is the professional school branch of the University of Nebraska system. UNMC includes the colleges of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, allied health programs, and dentistry. A rehabilitation institute and cancer research institute are additional features on this campus. UNMC is affiliated with Nebraska Medicine which is comprised of Clarkson and University Hospitals, two regionally recognized tertiary care centers. These centers are known world-wide for their efforts in solid organ and bone marrow transplantation, cardiology, oncology, high-risk obstetrics, neonatology, genetics and human nutrition.

Each year varies on the amount of time fellows spend rotating at each hospital. Additionally, many electives have clinics and consults at Children’s Nebraska.