“It’s not often that an operating room nurse endures the vulnerable position of becoming a surgical patient,” wrote Angela Knigge, BSN, RN. But Knigge, an operating room (OR) nurse at Methodist Hospital, did become such a patient.
The 2019 Geriatric Symposium, which will focus on the 4Ms framework for geriatric care, is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 23, at Anthony's Steakhouse.
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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.
The Methodist Health System Marketing Department was recently honored with 18 awards in two national competitions, including top honors for The Meaning of Care Magazine.
The Hidden Halos Program enables grateful patients and their family members to recognize exceptional caregivers at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital.
Kristin McNaughton, pharmacist, is the Methodist Women’s Hospital Employee of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2019.
More flooding assistance funds are now available. Even if you received the initial $750 grant, you can reapply for a second grant if you are still experiencing a financial hardship.
The 2019 wellness screenings will be offered late July to late September to all Methodist Health System and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital health care plan participants.
Best Care EAP has recently designed a comprehensive service package specifically for member organizations of the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM).
With such a decorated name badge, it’s easy to see that critical care nurse, Danielle Sheehy, BSN, RN-BC, OCN, is an achiever.
The Good Catch Award is designed to recognize staff members committed to patient safety.
The Employee Health Clinic scheduled at Methodist Women’s Hospital on July 4 is canceled due to the holiday.
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.