Working closely with the physicians, monitoring concerns and conditions, arranging for necessary tests, and maintaining an open line of communication with the patients, our nurses provide a vital link in the overall plan of healthcare. Please call 402-559-4292 to contact a nurse.
Heather Carson, RN, BSN, CURN
Member, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates
Heather is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2001. She has worked in the Division of Urologic Surgery since July, 2008, and has previous experience working as a staff nurse in Pediatrics and Pre-Op/PACU at the Nebraska Medical Center. Heather received the Excellence in Nursing Award from The Nebraska Chapter of the March of Dimes and Methodist Hospital System in November, 2013. Heather obtained her Urology RN certification which is approved by the CBUNA (Certification Board for Urologic Nurses and Associates) in 2016.
Camille Birk, RN, BSN
Camille is a graduate of Clarkson College where she earned her Bachelor of Science in nursing in 2001. She started working in the Division of Urologic Surgery in November 2014 and has previous experience in PreOp/PACU, and GE. She returned to Omaha after living in the Panhandle of Florida for the prior 10 years.
Nohely Campos, RN, BSN
Nohely is a graduate of Purdue University where she earned her Bachelors of Science degree of Nursing. She has worked for the Division of Urologic Surgery since 2019. Her previous experience includes fulfilling the role of Charge Nurse of the Outpatient Surgery Clinic at the Department of Veterans Affairs Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System from 2016-2019. She also has experience working in acute care and long-term care settings.
Audrey Smith, RN, BSN
Audrey graduated Cum Laude from Nebraska Methodist College of Nursing with her BSN in 2012. She worked on the Solid Organ Transplant Unit for 3 years, Interventional Radiology for 4 years, and Cardiothoracic Surgery Stepdown unit at Duke in North Carolina for 2 years. She has also worked in a long-term care facility as a CNA as well as the hospital setting during nursing school.