Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Methodist Health System hospitals and clinics have continued to see and treat patients on-site and through telehealth virtual visits. Our hospital and clinic locations are open and fully operational, and we continue to provide exceptional care while protecting you, your loved ones and our communities.
We want to reassure you that it’s never been safer to visit Methodist facilities. If you don’t feel comfortable physically coming to a clinic for an appointment, we understand. Most of our providers are now able to conduct telehealth virtual appointments, which allow you to interact with your provider from home, work or wherever you may be. Call your clinic to check availability and learn more.
We urge anyone who is feeling symptomatic to contact your Methodist primary care provider. Testing options may be available via Methodist Physicians Clinic. You can contact your clinic location directly, communicate with staff via Methodist My Care or call (402) 354-CARE for additional care options.
The vaccine is available at most all of our Methodist Physicians Clinic locations. Appointments for the vaccine are recommended and can be made by calling your primary care physician. If you need to establish care with a Methodist primary care provider please contact (402) 354-CARE.
Because information and processes vary by health department, we recommend you review the following:
Douglas County Residents
For the most up-to-date details and information about community vaccination clinics with the Douglas County Health Department, visit the Douglas County Health Department website.
Residents of Other Nebraska Counties
Nebraskans residing outside of Douglas County are strongly encouraged to visit the state of Nebraska COVID-19 vaccine website.
Pottawattamie County (Iowa) Residents
For details and information about community vaccination clinics and testing locations with the Pottawattamie County Health Department, visit the Pottawattamie County Health Department website.
For all media inquiries, contact Methodist’s director of communication and public relations, Claudia Bohn, at (402) 618-9366.
Additional COVID-19 Resources
For more information on COVID-19, access the following organizations:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization
- Nebraska Department of Health and Human Service
- Iowa Department of Public Health
Emmi has several free programs to help you and your family understand COVID-19 and how to protect yourselves.
Recursos en español:
- Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades
- Organización Mundial de la Salud
- Nebraska Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos (Por favor seleccione "Spanish" en el menú de idiomas en la parte superior de la página)