The Better Living Program is a medically supervised health and weight management program available to qualified employees. Space is limited.
Methodist employees have the opportunity to purchase discounted tickets upcoming performances of "A Christmas Carol" at the Omaha Community Playhouse.
From Nov. 11 to 22, we're asking Methodist Health System staff to pledge to reduce their use of single-use disposable items.
We're proud to honor the many veterans within our Methodist Family with a special Honor Roll posted on Employee Connections, Honor Roll lists on display in Methodist hospital chapels and posters in Methodist cafeterias.
As part of the Great American Smokeout, Methodist will provide information and resources on how you or your loved ones can quit smoking, vaping and chewing tobacco.
This year during Spiritual Care Week, the chaplains at Methodist Hospital, Methodist Women’s Hospital and Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center are focusing on creating sacred space in this moment, no matter where we are.
Thanks go to the Methodist Health System employees who generously donated blood at the Sept. 12 blood drive. The Nebraska Community Blood Bank was able to collect a total of 23 units of blood.
There are several more chances this year for personal and professional development.
The 2019 Geriatric Symposium, which will focus on the 4Ms framework for geriatric care, is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 23, at Anthony's Steakhouse.
Methodist Health System is proud to be participating in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s One Walk (formerly the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes).
Treat yourself and others to high-quality Methodist clothing at special HOT summer sale prices from the Company Store.
Methodist partnered with WOWT for the annual Stuff the Bus Food Drive on June 6 to support the nearly 150,000 Omaha-area residents who have limited or low access to food.
Nebraska Methodist College Professional Development Healthcare Career Camps have been a successful and unique opportunity for high school students for the past five years.
The food and nutrition issues that our community is facing, as well as the constant need for items at local food pantries, are why Methodist is partnering with WOWT for its “Stuff the Bus” food drive campaign.
Methodist is sponsoring and participating in the 2019 Relay for Life of Greater Omaha on Saturday, July 13, at Stinson Park at Aksarben Village, 2285 S. 67th St.