Inpatient areas at Nebraska Medical Center upgraded to new iPhone 8 devices for the Voalte platform.
Gov. Ricketts viewed iEXCEL technology, visited the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center during the visit.
System will be unavailable for new applications between Jan. 16-23.
Additional stalls added to keep up with demand.
24-hour skating event is open to the public; has raised more than $190,000 since 2011.
Change is part of effort to improve mobile offerings and the experience for Nebraska Medicine and UNMC employees.
Individual never developed the disease and poses no risk to any contacts.
Drs. Gold and Khan will discuss a variety of topics, from the College of Public Health's role in making Nebraska one of the healthiest states in the country to its growing list of programs and diverse enrollment.
Nominations for the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Awards close Jan. 25
Nancy Nankivil of the American Medical Association will speak at event.
Ronnie Green, Ph.D., visited UNMC to learn more about UNMC's iEXCEL initiative and related technology.
UNMC College of Public Health professor, Jesse Bell, Ph.D., is featured speaker.
Appointments should be made through UNMC Public Relations.
Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., will recognize faculty for meritorious teaching, service or mentoring at April 23 meeting.
Sheri Rowland, Ph.D., will be PI on project funded by the Center for Patient, Family, and Community Engagement in Chronic Care Management.
Telehealth program is part of the University of Nebraska's health insurance program.
Going to Las Vegas to watch NCAA basketball tourney is a family affair for PEN administrator.
Omaha City Council President Ben Gray is featured speaker.
The Omaha Chamber Music Society's "Bassoons Across Nebraska" will perform.
The clinics, part of the student-run SHARING Clinics, were previously held at Nebraska Medicine's Fontenelle Clinic in North Omaha.
Acquisition allows UNMC to compete with elite institutions, better understand complexities of brain.
Committee will begin national search for a new director of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center and the Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer.
Annual event will be held on April 4.
Nancy Krusen, Ph.D., helps launch the College of Allied Health Professions' new doctorate program.
College of Nursing professor remembered as "consummate professional," "kind and caring individual."
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds, Ph.D., joined Gov. Pete Ricketts on Monday for the announcement of a proposed new state scholarship program.
LRF's "Ask the Doctor" Program will be held in Omaha in March.
You may not know it's there, but it's affecting your health.
Lisa Neitzke, Ph.D., joined MMI in August.
One-page summary proposals due Jan. 14.
Article co-authored by Andre Kalil, M.D., was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
On Jan. 15, prefixes and area codes will change.
UNMC and Nebraska Medicine will continue its relationship with Children's as it deals with changes in its medical staff, as many of their physicians are UNMC faculty and have privileges at Nebraska Medical Center.
UNO's Marcia Adler, Ph.D., will speak on "How to Design Achievable New Year's Resolutions Using the Eight Dimensions of Wellness."
Dr. Donovan is an interventional radiologist in the UNMC Department of Radiology.
A delegation from Beatrice Community Hospital & Health Center recently visited the medical center.
Award honors a community member who has contributed to UNMC's research mission.
The three-year grant focuses programming in high-quality early childhood sites across the United States.
UNO basketball to host a UNO/UNMC alumni night, retirements, and other news and notes from the UNMC community.
Sheritta Strong, M.D., has been awarded the 2018-2019 Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D., Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Student Education.
Program coordinator sees a lot of innovation in the telehealth department.
Mark Rupp, M.D., David W. Mercer, M.D., and Eric Keen of HDR to join board.
UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., welcomes Ronald Krueger, M.D., new executive director of the Truhlsen Eye Institute and chair of ophthalmology.
An American providing medical assistance in the Democratic Republic of Congo recently experienced a possible exposure to the Ebola virus and will be monitored closely.
Jan. 7 presentation will explore public health conditions in Middle East, North Africa.
Bottled water seems like a healthy choice. But is it?
UNMC's College of Public Health and College of Pharmacy and the Douglas County Health Department have launched an information campaign on vaccinations.