Choose a doctor who takes your health as seriously as you do
Your health is too important to take chances. That's why you deserve a primary care doctor who does more than provide exceptional care. Your doctor can if necessary connect you to world-renowned specialists and researchers right here. No matter how minor or life threatening the issue, you're going to receive the best possible care available, from the most experienced team of doctors in the region.
Our Breadth of Services Starts at Your Primary Care Doctor's Door
Both preventive care services and the treatment of common and chronic illnesses are available at any of our 13 locations.
- Treatment of illnesses and injuries
- Management of acute and chronic diseases
- Physical exams, pre-employment exams and health assessments
- Vaccinations and immunizations, including flu and pneumonia
- Geriatric medicine
- Women's health
- Obstetrics services
- Injuries related to playing sports
- Wellness, health education and lifestyle-modification services
- Convenient laboratory testing in your doctor's office
- You and all your health care providers can communicate online and conveniently access your medical records via our One Chart | Patient portal.
See a Doctor Near Your Home
With locations throughout the Omaha metro area to serve your entire family, we are committed to partnering with you to make your family healthier not just now, but throughout your lives.
With us, you get not only excellent primary care and but the benefits of international specialists, if you need them. We're the only health system in Nebraska to offer these specialists, thanks to our partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The same doctors who see you are doing groundbreaking research in their medical specialties.
Why You Should Have a Primary Care Provider
An Individualized Health Plan
Your primary care doctor gets to know your family history and risks and will tailor an individualized health plan for you based on your history, including making sure you get preventative tests taken on schedule, allowing your doctor to catch problems before they turn serious. A good primary care doctor should be able to take care of nearly all your health care needs.
Better Long-term Health Benefits
Studies suggest that coordination of chronic disease care through family doctors is associated with improved health outcomes, lower mortality rates, reduced emergency department use, decreased rates of preventable hospital admissions and higher patient satisfaction.
Providing Valuable Oversight During Times of Severe Illness
Having a family practitioner overseeing your care from the big picture perspective is important since he or she is familiar with your medical history and can ensure nothing important is overlooked.
Accreditations and Awards
Nebraska Medicine's Primary Care clinics are recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as Patient-Centered Medical Homes at a site-specific level. 14 clinic practices have achieved the highest quality Level III status. NCQA’s Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition Program is the most widely adopted Patient-Centered Medical Home evaluation program in the country.