Nebraska Pulmonary Specialties is excited to participate in the Drive Through Career Fair this Thursday from 2-6pm at Gateway Mall in the Sears parking lot. If you are looking for a new career or new challenge, please stop by to receive information!
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From persistent fatigue to concerns of heart issues, there can be many different lingering health issues.
A research team published a study in April and used AI behavior models to validate the significance of universal masking in preventing coronavirus spread
Please view the Bryan Press Briefing from May 7, 2020; Dr. Bill Johnson, one of NPS’ pulmonologists gives great education on the purpose of Masks, and how to wear them and take them off to reduce possibility of germ/virus spread. We support wearing masks. Please protect one another.
(Please click the image above) Remember that by wearing a mask, you protect those around you. This is all we ask – protect your neighbors, protect others you may come in contact with. Help people understand the importance of wearing a mask, and how a simple act like this, can slow the spread of this […]
Nebraska Health Network Community Resources. Updated: 4-20-2020 Below is a link to an updated list of resources for the state of Nebraska compiled from many districts, agencies, non-profits, organizations, and individuals who are offering assistance and resources throughout this pandemic. The link is a word document complete with 6-pages of resources in areas like: Shopping […]
The prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in the USA is estimated to be about 17% of women and 34% of men age 30– 70 years old. OSA is a sleep disorder, characterized by repetitive upper airway collapse with oxyhemoglobin desaturations and sleep fragmentation. The severity of OSA is defined by apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) levels […]
Effective Friday, April 3rd the Bryan Medical Plaza and Bryan Medical Center will institute a new visitor policy for all visitors. Please review prior to your visit.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, we are transitioning our clinic appointments to telehealth visits. The health and well-being of our patients and staff is our #1 priority. We would still like to see you via “video conference” and that’s why we are going to use Zoom teleconferencing.
If you are experiencing these symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) AND have traveled to or returned from these countries recently (China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore) or have been in contact with someone who has traveled to one of these countries, or have been in contact with someone known to have to have COVID-19, please click ‘read more’ and follow the instructions listed.
If you are unsure of your symptoms or risk level, the Nebraska DHHS is best equipped to answer your questions. Please call them before going to a clinic, or an urgent care center or the emergency department, in order to lower the risk of exposure to yourself and others.
1500 South 48th St, Suite 800,
Lincoln, NE 68506
16909 Lakeside Hills Ct, Suite 410,
Omaha, NE 68130
402.483.8600 and 800.856.6317
CLINIC PHONE NUMBERS
Main office (M-F appts):
(dates/providers may vary by location):
Pawnee City 402-852-2311
Wahoo 402-443-4191 ext. 319
- Bryan Health
- St E Regional Medical Center
- Nebraska Heart Hospital
- Madonna Rehab Hospital
- Columbus Community Hospital
- Beatrice Community Hospital
- Johnson County Hospital, Tecumseh
- Pawnee City
- Nemaha County Hospital, Auburn
- Avera St. Anthony’s Hospital, O’Neill
- St Francis Medical Center, Grand Island