Omaha Campus

Madonna’s Omaha Campus 260,000-square-foot hospital which will be located on 20.6 acres west of Village Pointe at 175th Plaza and Burke Street.

Omaha Campus

Madonna’s Omaha Campus 260,000-square-foot hospital which will be located on 20.6 acres west of Village Pointe at 175th Plaza and Burke Street.

The Need

  • According to a 2012 independent study, 1,300 individuals each year would qualify for rehabilitation in the metro area but are referred to nursing homes or sent home instead.
  • 1.7 million people suffer traumatic brain injuries each year.*
  • Every $1 spent on medical rehabilitation saves $37 in future treatment in the cases of brain injury.**
  • Last year, 25% of Madonna’s patients came from the Omaha metro area.
  • Currently, our Lincoln hospital cannot handle the demand. In the 2014 fiscal year, Madonna’s core inpatient and outpatient programs had the following patient admissions:
    • 631 with brain injury
    • 258 with spinal cord injury
    • 650 with neurological conditions like Guillain-Barre, MS, ALS, Parkinson’s disease and West Nile virus
    • 594 recovering from stroke
    • 456 pediatrics

Addressing the Need

  • Omaha’s medical community is among the best in the nation – two Level One trauma centers and two medical schools.
  • Madonna is a resource for high quality post-acute care upon discharge from Omaha’s exceptional hospitals. It is NOT another acute care hospital for Omaha.
  • Today's technology and medical expertise allow physicians to save lives of patients who they could not save a decade ago.
  • Omaha trauma hospitals and physicians rely on Madonna to continue their life-saving work. Communication with referring physicians begins at admission and continues through their patient’s rehabilitation care.
  • Madonna's Omaha Campus fills a void in the health care continuum in Omaha's outstanding medical community.
  • By doubling our footprint, the Omaha Campus allows Madonna to serve more patients to enable them to rebuild their lives and resume their life roles.

          *Source:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
          **Source:  Northwestern Life Insurance Company