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Honoring a Loved One

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The Healing Gardens, adjacent to The Lied Transplant Center at Nebraska Medicine, offers patients, families and visitors a tranquil environment in a beautifully landscaped, peaceful, outdoor setting for quiet reflection, relaxation and conversation. History The Healing Gardens started as an idea in 1993. Became a project of the then University Hospital Auxiliary and Nebraska Health System (Clarkson… Read more »

Pharmacist Passionate For a Cure

Katie suffers from an illness called Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis - Systemic Onset. It's an auto-inflammatory disorder formerly known as Still's disease.

Imagine waking up each day feeling like you’re suffering from the flu, with a rash all over your body and intense pain in your legs and feet. That’s what life can be like for the 10-year-old Katie Chipman, daughter of Kim Chipman, PharmD, remote pharmacist at Nebraska Medicine. Katie suffers from an illness called Juvenile… Read more »

Employee Gives Back After 35 Years of Service

Barbara Wunderlich, OR nurse

After 35 years of service at The Nebraska Medical Center, Barbara Wunderlich, a surgery nurse, decided it was time to give something back to an organization she feels has been more like a second home to her than a place of employment. Wunderlich made a donation to The Nebraska Medical Center’s Office of Development as… Read more »

Grateful Patient Thanks Hospital with Donation

James Hermann with daughters Emma and Lily are focused on the future and creating memories together. He is thankful for the
care he received at the medical center and has chosen to give back.

Payback. That’s what James Hermann calls his recent gift to The Nebraska Medical Center. A cancer survivor of nearly 12 years, Hermann says he will always have a special place in his heart for The Nebraska Medical Center. Providing a donation is his way of showing his appreciation for the life-saving care he received back… Read more »