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Accessible Care for Everyone

From long-standing partnerships with local non-profits to exploring new ventures to deliver support and preventative care, our community can rely on our continued investment in the health and well-being of those who need it most.

A Methodist Healthcare provider.

Community Health Care, Education and Prevention

From the vision of our dedicated physicians and the parishioners at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church, the Methodist Community Health Clinic at Kountze Commons, provides health care, counseling and a food pantry in the center of Omaha.

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Mobile 3-D Mammography

Nebraska ranks 40th out of the 50 states for mammogram screening. The dramatically higher rates of late-stage breast cancer diagnosis and death prompted the creation of the area's first Mobile 3-D Mammography service. Learn more about Mobile 3-D mammography screening.

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Investments in Community Health

Both the Methodist Hospital and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital Foundations work to improve the health resources available in our community.

A coalition of help to keep patients healthy and out of the hospital

A lack of transportation, financial burdens or nutrition can create a barrier to staying healthy and out of the hospital. The Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital Foundation joins with our Nurse Case Managers and other community organizations to harness all the resources available through Caring for Our Communities of Southwest Iowa.

Helping kids flourish academically and socially

Licensed master's-level counselors are found in every Omaha public high school and middle school. Together with their placement in area churches, mental health counseling including crisis intervention; individual, group and family counseling and community education is available to everyone in the Omaha area. Through the support of the Methodist Hospital Foundation, the Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program served over 11,500 people in 2017. No one is turned away due to an inability to pay.