Nebraska Medicine is comprised of the former Clarkson Hospital, the first teaching hospital in Nebraska, and the former University Hospital, the primary teaching facility for the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The combined hospital is a 685 licensed medical/surgical bed facility and serves approximately 25 percent of the Omaha-area market. Nebraska Medicine provides access to tertiary and primary care, including world-class specialized treatment such as solid organ transplantation, burn care, wound care, geriatrics, bone marrow (stem cell) transplantation and other cancer treatments.
Omaha VA Medical Center
Omaha Veterans Affairs Medical Center provides acute medical, surgical and psychiatric care and a wide variety of outpatient services to veterans in the Heartland. It is an acute, highly affiliated, tertiary care facility. It is also home to major clinical research programs. There are approximately 100 acute care beds at the Omaha VA Medical Center.
Founded in 1891, Methodist Hospital is a 430-bed, health care facility offering a full range of educational, medical and surgical services. Methodist Hospital is an affiliate of Methodist Health System and works collaboratively with other health system affiliates including Jennie Edmundson Hospital to provide quality care services to the region. Methodist Hospital's medical staff of more than 1,000 physicians include 300 physicians who primarily practice in Omaha.
Children's Hospital, a non-profit organization caring for children since 1948, is the only pediatric specialty health care center in Nebraska. The unique 'football'-shaped facility has a total of nine floors, including three medical surgical floors, each with 24 single-occupancy rooms. A 25-bed "day hospital," called the Children’s Ambulatory Recovery and Express Stay or CARES unit, provides outpatients and their families with individual rooms throughout the surgical or outpatient procedure. The hospital also has a 16-bed pediatric intensive care unit and a 42-bed neonatal intensive care unit.
Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital
Founded in 1915, Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital opened in Hastings, Nebraska by Mr. and Mrs. William Lanning, in honor of their late daughter, Mary Tomlinson Lanning. Today, Mary Lanning Healthcare serves patients throughout central Nebraska. It is licensed for 183 beds and employs a staff of nearly 1,000. Mary Lanning Healthcare is the largest employer in Adams County, with an annual payroll of more than $35 million. Physicians practice in medical specialties from cardiology to pulmonology and nephrology to obstetrics and oncology. Over the years, Mary Lanning Healthcare has grown and expanded its facilities to continuously keep pace with the latest in medical technology. One thing that always remains constant, however, is a commitment made nearly a century ago — a commitment to providing a new standard of world-class healthcare, one relationship at a time.