Children's Hospital & Medical Center is a non-profit regional pediatric specialty health care center located in Omaha, Nebraska. The 145-bed hospital is the only free-standing children's hospital in Nebraska and serves patients from throughout its home state, western Iowa, South Dakota, northern Kansas and northwestern Missouri. The hospital provides more than 30 pediatric specialty clinics for a variety of specialized needs including asthma, cardiology, neurology, pediatric cancer, neonatal intensive care follow-up, diabetes, and physical, occupational, and speech therapies. The hospital also offers the Carolyn Scott Rainbow House, a home-away-from-home for families of patients.
Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy (also known as Creighton University Medical Center-Saint Joseph Hospital) is a hospital located in Central Omaha, Nebraska in the United States. On April 24, 2012, CUMC signed an agreement to be part of the Alegent Health System (now CHI Health) during the summer of 2012. The CUMC-Saint Joseph Hospital closed June 9, 2017 while simultaneously the academic medical center and trauma services opened at CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center – Bergan Mercy. The building is being remodeled into apartments by NuStyle Development with a planned opening date of June 2018. The apartment complex was originally planned to be called "The Landing", but is now called "The Atlas".
Dr. Susan LaFlesche Picotte Memorial Hospital, also known as Walthill Hospital or Dr. Susan Picotte Memorial Hospital, is a former hospital building at 505 Matthewson Street in Walthill, Nebraska, on the Omaha Indian Reservation. The hospital was developed by Dr. Susan LaFlesche Picotte (1865–1915), the first female Native American medical doctor. Built with money raised by Picotte from various sources, it was the first hospital for any Indian reservation not funded by government money. It served the community as a hospital until the 1940s, and has had a variety of other uses since. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1993.
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the nation’s foremost providers for medical and physical rehabilitation for adults and children. Madonna specializes in complex medical, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, pulmonary conditions, stroke, other neurological conditions and pediatric rehabilitation. Madonna offers hope and healing to thousands of patients from throughout the country each year. Madonna has two hospital locations in Lincoln, Nebraska and Omaha, Nebraska and several outpatient therapy clinics, as well as a medical fitness facility. Both the Lincoln and Omaha main campuses house Madonna's Institute for Rehabilitation Science and Engineering which has four centers (Movement and Neuroscience, Communications, Rehabilitation Engineering, and Clinical Informatics).
Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital is the region's first hospital dedicated to the complete care and treatment of orthopaedic patients. The hospital is licensed as an acute care hospital by the State of Nebraska and fully accredited by The Joint Commission. Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital has also obtained Disease Specific Care Certification by the Joint Commission for both total hip and total knee replacement—the only hospital in Nebraska to hold this level of certification. The hospital is also certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and is therefore able to provide care for individuals who participate in those government sponsored programs.
St. Elizabeth's Regional Medical Center is a hospital located at 555 South 70th Street in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. It is a part of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI).