AgeWISE Program Focuses on Quality of Life
As the nation’s aging population continues to climb, caring for older patients will be at the core of the health care industry. Providing those patients with a quality of life at the end of life becomes a critical piece of the health care process and Methodist Health System is putting itself among the leaders in the industry.read more
Community Assessments Identify Areas of Health Need
These Community Health Needs Assessments and specific plans prioritize the areas for health improvement in our counties.read more
Mobile Diabetes Center Takes Screening on the Road
Nebraska Methodist College – The Josie Harper Campus (NMC) staff and students are hitting the road and taking diabetes screening to a new level. The Mobile Diabetes Center debuted in March, allowing NMC to expand its community outreach efforts while raising diabetes awareness.read more
Flamingos for Hope Bring Joy to Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center
Flamingos for Hope (Friends Laughing, Achieving Miracles, Inspiring and Nurturing Gifts, Offering Smiles) is a patient-led program developed by a cancer survivor who chose not to be just another cancer patient, but to “be a live-er” and to celebrate something every day.read more
Done With Cancer Treatment? Wondering What's Next?
A Time To Heal, a holistic rehabilitation program for cancer survivors, is expanding to include survivors of all types of cancer. This no-cost program is a recipient of 1 of only 8 Lance Armstrong Foundation national grants.read more
CHARTing Our Community Health Mission
Since the Heidi Wilke SANE/SART Survivor Program started in 2002, we have provided specialized services to almost 1,000 victims of sexual assault, many under 25 years of age.