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  • Because every moment matters.

    Memorial Community Health is dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate care to individuals at all stages of life.

  • People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.
    People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.

    The doctors of Memorial Hospital average 22 years of general practitioner experience right here in our community. Beyond just being your health care providers, they’re your neighbors, fellow committee members, and friends.

  • Bigger than you think... <br/>and growing, too.
    Bigger than you think...
    and growing, too.

    Sure, the staff of Memorial Hospital can stitch up the common laceration and set a broken bone. But did you know that ongoing hospital expansion is allowing specialized services like shoulder anthroplasty and total knee replacement to be performed locally?

  • It's the little things that<br/>keep us up at night.
    It's the little things that
    keep us up at night.

    Care givers at Memorial Hospital work hard to facilitate a safe, comfortable, and successful pregnancy. But it’s the personal attention and the family-friendly recovery rooms that ensure that our littlest patients (and their mommies) aren’t just cared for, they’re pampered.

  • Everyday we're adding life to years.
    Everyday we're adding life to years.

    We believe that quality of life is every bit as important as quantity of life. That’s why our senior living residences focus heavily on independence, activity and fun. We know every moment really does matter.



News to Use

MCHI Welcomes New PA

May 15, 2015
Memorial Community Health is pleased to announce the addition of Holly DeVorss, PA-C, MPAS, to the organization’s team of health professionals.  A native of Nebraska City, Holly received a Bachelor of Science degree from Midland Lutheran College (now Midland University) before attaining her Physician Assistant degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.  A health enthusiast, Holly enjo... Read More...

MCHI Happenings



Thursday, October 1  noon - 1PM

Breast cancer is a high profile disease. Pink ribbons, fundraising walks, and month-long awareness events have not only increased the public consciousness, but have also impacted early diagnosis and survival rates.  But did you know that breast cancer is not the leading cause of death among US women?  In fact, it is not even the primary type of cancerous death among US women.

Care to learn more?  Care to do more to promote your own wellness and that of other women in your life?   Then attend our annual women’s health lunch-n-learn event.  It’s about much more than just breast health.

Seating is limited. Contact ReeAnn Regier at 402-694-8220 by September 24 to RSVP.