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Nebraska Methodist Health System

Nebraska Methodist Health System
Non-profit organization
Industry Healthcare
Founded Omaha, Nebraska, U.S. (1982)
Headquarters Omaha, NE, U.S.
Area served
North America

The Nebraska Methodist Health System, also known as Bestcare, is a nonprofit Omaha, Nebraska. The three major facilities in the system, Jennie Edmundson Hospital, Methodist Women's Hospital, and Methodist Hospital, have served the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area for more than 120 years. Two dozen additional facilities in rural Nebraska and Iowa provide family practice services and specialties including pediatrics, behavioral health, radiology, and allergy care.

Created in 1982 by Methodist Hospital leaders, the system operates as a not-for-profit.[1] There are 685 beds within the system, with facilities offering programs in obstetrics, neurology, cancer care, cardiology, rehabilitation, and geriatric care.[2]

The Methodist Health System is affiliated with the Nebraska Methodist College.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "About MHS", Methodist Health System. Retrieved 4/12/08.
  2. ^ "Hospitals and health care systems", United Methodist Church. Retrieved 4/12/08.
  3. ^ Methodist Health System. Google Finance. Retrieved 4/12/08.

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  • Nebraska Methodist Health System
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