A new year, a new CEO and now a new COO for Bryan Medical Center.
Travis Gregg has been named chief operating officer of Bryan Medical Center starting Feb. 12.
Eric Mooss, who became president and chief executive officer of Bryan Medical Center on Jan. 1, shares, “Travis has demonstrated an ability to lead teams and deliver results in complex health care environments. His relationship-driven leadership style aligns with our mission, anchored by the tenants of collaboration with physicians, our employees and patients. What I admire most about Travis is his desire to have operational excellence translate into optimal care for patients who entrust Bryan Medical Center with their care.”
Read more: bryanhealth.org/travis-gregg
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Our team of therapists, fitness experts and health coaches provide expertise through exercise/health programs, rehabilitation offerings and spa services.
Operating as usual
A new year, a new CEO and now a new COO for Bryan Medical Center.
Say hello to Lincoln's first baby of 2023, John-David Christenson.
John-David was born at 7:56 a.m. and is 5 pounds, 4 ounces and 17 and 3/4 inches long.
We extend our congratulations to Dylan and Rachel Christenson on the birth of their son.
Congratulations to Dr. Donald Gibbens, OB/GYN, Bryan Women’s Care Physicians, on receiving the Care Like Crazy award!
We recently had a surgical consult that was skeptical of the medical process due to previous experiences with physicians. Dr. Gibbens sat down, listened to her and showed her that he believed her symptoms. The validation created a relationship of trust and completely changed the patient's perception of physicians as well as the medical system in general. Dr. Gibbens treats every single patient this way. He sits down and gets to know his patients because he genuinely cares about them as a person, and about their experience as his patient. He will truly do anything he can to provide his patients with excellent care. Bryan is blessed to have you on our team.
Thank you Dr. Gibbens for all you do!
Santa and his elf made a special stop at the Bryan neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to spread holiday cheer!
A huge thank you to all the staff and volunteers that made this holiday special for our NICU families.
In the spirit of the holidays, NorthPointe Family Medicine staff donatedfood to fill three little pantries across Lincoln.
Thank you to everyone donating this holiday season to help others in need.
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 and the flu is the best gift you can give this holiday season.
Hospitalizations from COVID-19 are on the rise and have the potential to strain medical centers.
Please remember to take precautions while traveling or gathering. Simply, wear a mask when appropriate and wash your hands frequently. If you’re experiencing symptoms, please stay home.
For updates, visit our COVID-19
Bryan Medical Center’s cardiovascular services staff continue caring for community members inside and outside the hospital. Over 585 pounds of goods (food, clothing, toiletries) were collected and donated to help individuals receiving assistance through People's City Mission.
Holmes Lake Family Medicine & Internal Medicine Moves to New Office
We can’t wait to for Santa. He’s bringing us a new Ho-Ho-Home!
Holmes Lake Family Medicine & Internal Medicine will move to a new office on Dec. 26. The office at 70th & Van Dorn, in the old Valentino’s Buffet building, offers convenient front door parking and easy access for wheelchairs and strollers. It also features specially designed rooms for procedures, and onsite lab and radiology services.
We look forward to caring for our current and new patients at our new location.
Watch our video tour now.
Get your updated vaccine. And get Aunt Judy off your back.
Milestone Achiever Kole
Kole's milestones keep soaring!
Kole was born prematurely, resulting in spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, limiting the use and ability of his arms, legs and control of his head.
Now at almost three years old, Kole can roll over independently, sit with minimal support and transition in and out of sitting with little assistance. He can lay on his stomach and can stay on his hands and knees by pushing up with his arms.
Kole loves to smile and giggle often, especially when playing with bubbles or knocking things over.
Keep up the great work, Kole!
Aunt Judy can see through your soul. Don't lie about getting your Bivalent Booster.
There's still time to get your updated vaccine before Christmas.
Vaccines are readily available at your local pharmacy. Find a pharmacy here: vaccines.gov
Congratulations to Aaron Aldana, PA, on receiving the Care Like Crazy award!
A patient was in the hospital for a prolonged time and was becoming frustrated. Aaron took the time to listen to her. He then communicated with all care members to help improve her situation. The next day, the patient made a rather miraculous improvement and was discharged just a few days later. This patient credited Aaron for her recovery.
Thank you Aaron for all you do. We are honored you are part of the Bryan Medical Staff.
We’ve been taught that lung cancer is the most deadly cancer. But did you know there is a simple screening to catch it early? And, when caught early survival rates are much better.
Dr. Ryan Martin, Nebraska Pulmonary Specialties, explains the latest lung cancer screening guidelines in this new Bryan Health podcast.
Listen now at: http://ow.ly/NpsM50LP3S7
Give the gift of HOPE on . Your donation today provides cancer patients and their loved ones with care navigator services, supportive fellowship and hardship solutions. www.bryanhealth.org/give-hope
As we go through life, there are times when we make foolish mistakes, take calculated risks and choose a leap of faith. Tom Cardwell, PhD, shares his experiences in how each of these choices shapes our lives. And, how overcoming fears to take a leap of faith just might be the best thing you do in life.
Read Here: http://ow.ly/ywv150LP0CQ
Congratulations to the post anesthesia care unit (PACU) and outpatient surgery unit on Bryan East Campus, who were honored with a Beyond Expectations award!
“When I awoke from my procedure I was met by, what I later determined to be an absolute angel, Cassie W. in the PACU. It is hard to explain but Cassie made me feel like I was her only patient, even though I knew that not to be true. She never seemed to leave my side, and was very attentive to my needs. She also kept my significant other up to date on everything and even escorted me to my room.
I think someday I will open the dictionary, look up nurse, and there will be a picture of Cassie. She is the epitome of what nursing should be.
I would also like to commend all of the others who prepared and transported me to surgery, and cared for me. The surgical team did an awesome job. And, I had excellent care after surgery by Emily, Susie, Erin, Grace, Sylvia, Beth, Alyssa and Dani.
From the time I arrived in admitting to the time I left, I received excellent care. This was my third visit to the hospital and the staff has been very caring and efficient each time. While no one looks forward to a hospital visit, I won’t agonize over it if I have to return. I truly feel it is a gift for all of your nurses to have maintained that sense of caring after the past couple years of dealing with COVID.”
The Bryan Foundation extends its sincere appreciation to these units for providing outstanding care and to this generous individual for their gift.
The power of collaboration.
Preparing rural emergency rooms to deliver babies.
A unique collaboration took training for emergency deliveries to 8 rural hospitals in the region. Through high-tech simulators, rural providers and emergency room staff received hands-on experience with delivery and infant resuscitation.
We’re proud to partner with our rural communities for regional care. Collaboration to create training included Bryan Rural Division, Heartland Health Alliance, Center for Maternal & Fetal Care, Bryan Medical Center and Bryan College of Health Sciences.
Corrine Kinnison & 50 Years of Care at Bryan Health
Corrine Kinnison celebrates 50 years with Bryan, and we’re celebrating her!
She began her career in environmental services in 1972. After a few years, she applied for and got a job in the education department, where she has been ever since.
Working at Bryan is a family affair for Corrine. Her mother, Lorena, worked for and retired from Bryan in the patient financial services department. Both her daughters, Jamie and Michelle, currently work at Bryan.
"I love the people I work with. They just feel like family, and they are my work family. A lot of people ask me if I'm going to retire. I always say I'm not ready yet!"
Enjoy this special video celebrating Corrine for her dedicated years of service at Bryan!
Have you heard the news?
The new, updated vaccines protect against the original COVID virus and Omicron. And that’s good news as we get back together for the holidays!
Protect yourself and those you care about. Vaccines are available for ages 5+.
Get your updated vaccine before Thanksgiving.
Schedule here: https://www.vaccines.gov/
Celebrating Veterans - Jim's Story of Service
We want to thank all those who have protected and served our country. We are especially grateful for our veterans who now serve the community through the Bryan Health system.
In honor of those who fought for our freedoms, here is a special message from one of our own veterans.
Congratulations to Tiffany Wright, RN, on receiving a DAISY Award.
"When I first came to work on this area, Tiffany was there to greet me,” shared a colleague. “As I sat down next to her, I could see she was someone I could learn a lot from. She told me I could get a hold of her anytime if I ever needed anything. She has delivered on that many times.
Many people turn to her as a resource, knowing she will have the answers. If not, she finds out. She shows up for her people and patients, and helps in any way she can."
Thank you for going above and beyond, Tiffany! We are proud of you. The DAISY Award recognizes outstanding nurses at Bryan.
Avery is eager to try new and challenging skills. She is independent and loves to figure things out all on her own.
When Avery first came in for physical therapy, she was very cautious and shaky when performing new skills. Now she’s confident in her abilities. She can perform motor skills for her age. Her balance, coordination and strength all have improved. Avery can walk up and down stairs and stand on her left and right legs for 10 seconds without losing balance. She can now ride a tricycle, hop on one foot and move faster.
Avery loves to play with bubbles, and walk on rocker boards, balance beams and obstacle courses. She also enjoys jumping and playing with toy animals in the critter clinic.
Keep up the great work, Avery!
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, so we're shining a light on the leading cause of cancer deaths in America. When found early, it’s more likely to be treatable.
1 in 16 people are diagnosed with lung cancer. Find out if you’re at risk.
Take a free, online screening: http://ow.ly/Qhks50LoyST
Be part of a team that is part of something bigger.
Review our openings today: http://ow.ly/R99n50LshKx
"Just when you think you know love, something little comes along to remind you just how big it really is."
Bryan Health Press Briefing: COVID-19, Flu and RSV | November 2, 2022
Earlier today, officials at Bryan Health held a press briefing to provide an update on respiratory illnesses impacting our region, including COVID-19, flu and RSV.
Dr. John Trapp, chief medical officer, Bryan Medical Center
Dr. Amy Pinkall, pediatric hospitalist, Lincoln Pediatric Hospitalists
Dr. Sian Jones-Jobst, pediatrician, Complete Children's Health
Be sure to check out the briefing below to learn about these illnesses and how you and your families can stay healthy!
Today, our tiniest patients got into the Halloween spirit! Happy Halloween from the Bryan neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) babies!
Halloween is here! Though it can be fun, it’s important to keep safety in mind when you’re out trick-or-treating. Follow these tips to keep you and your family safe.
If you give, three more live.
Schedule your next blood donation and give the gift of life: www.ncbbherohub.club
Nebraska Community Blood Bank currently has less than a 3-day supply of some blood types. Our local hospitals need an average of 350 units of red blood cells per day to support patient care.
Donating blood is a safe, easy process that takes less than an hour, and is critically important for the health of our community: www.ncbbherohub.club
Bryan Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic
Fortunate, Thankful and Grateful.
“No one wants to hear the word cancer,” shares Becky Michael who recently received this news. Her cancer was found in the very early stages after a mammogram.
“I was sad and stressed, but I met with cancer specialists at the Bryan Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic and got a plan in place. Now, I’m cancer-free and I feel very fortunate, thankful and grateful.”
Learn more about Becky’s story and hear from Dr. Rachel Jendro about her care:
Faces of Bryan - Davyd
Davyd, a high school exchange student from Ukraine, was only supposed to be in the United States for one year. Due to the conflict in his country, he and his family decided it would be best for him to stay in the U.S.
While here, Davyd is helping others. He plays the piano for patients, families and employees at Bryan Medical Center. He enjoys this activity because it helps lift people’s spirits during times of anxiety and uncertainty.
“In such difficult times, we really need to stick together. I find this really works for me and giving back is really vital for me at this moment,” he said. “If I can distract other people, I can also distract myself (by playing the piano).”
Thank you Davyd for sharing your talent and lifting the spirits of those around you.
A social worker who supports others receives support from her own team.
Joselyn Hayes works with a team at Bryan to help patients diagnosed with cancer. Little did she know when she got her mammogram in November 2021 that her team would soon be helping her.
“My co-workers have been absolutely amazing,” shares Joselyn. “They supported me each step of the way through my cancer journey. My friend and co-worker, Carmen Orr became my oncology nurse navigator. My friend and co-worker, Lisa Koch became my oncology social worker. On my last day of chemo, they all surprised me in the lobby at Pine Lake holding signs, a cookie and balloons to celebrate. My treatment included surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. I also had an amazing medical team with Dr. Rachel Jendro, Dr. Joni Tilford and Dr. Mark Stavas.
Being an oncology social worker and being diagnosed with breast cancer has helped me connect with my patients in a whole new way. For that, I am grateful.”
Joselyn continues to support patients diagnosed with cancer and was a big part of our Making Strides team to celebrate and encourage others.
Bryan Health Patient Experience - Carly's Story
The loss of a pregnancy is devastating.
In this video, Carly shares her experience and is thankful for Dr. Alyssa Rutan’s empathy, trust and respect.
Bryan Health remembers all families who have lost a child in pregnancy or infancy. We are honored to be a part of your journey.
If you or someone you’re close to has experienced a miscarriage/pregnancy loss or other infant loss, there are resources available to support you in this painful time: https://www.bryanhealth.com/pregnancy-and-infant-loss/
Reaching out and sharing with each other.
Over 1,000 community members, 20 organizations and Sean Astin came together last Thursday to discuss mental health.
The event kicked off with a health fair where local organizations shared resources to help our community. Then Sean took the stage to share his experience growing up with a mother who struggled with mental health and encouraged those who are struggling to seek help.
Take a confidential online screening for yourself or someone you care about to learn more about your mental health.
2022 Caring Kind Awards
Compassion, teamwork and excellence.
The Caring Kind Award gives special recognition to health care workers for dedication in their profession. The Nebraska Hospital Association presents this award each year.
This year, Bryan Health had over 80 nominations and five employees who received this award.
Congratulations to our Caring Kind Award recipients and all nominees!
Congratulations to Dr. Brian Gallagher, Inpatient Physician Associates, on receiving the Care Like Crazy award!
Dr. Gallagher noticed an elderly patient sitting near the nurse’s station and went over to ask her how she was doing and if she needed anything. He talked to her for a while, offered her a blanket and thanked her for her time. She was not one of his patients, yet his incredible bedside manner and concern for patients really showed. I appreciate that he has the patient’s best interests at heart.
Thank you Dr. Gallagher for all you do. We are honored you are part of the Bryan Medical Staff.
Congratulations to Wanda Dos Santos, RN, on receiving a DAISY Award.
"Wanda is epitome of what it means to be an outstanding nurse,” shares a co-worker. “Some of Wanda’s greatness include staying late to chat with grieving patients, leaving notes on paper towels when parents are unable to be at the hospital with their babies, and creating a NICU-baby safe wagon in order to provide developmentally supportive care to a baby who had been in his room for 5 months. Not a single shift passes without hundreds of examples of Wanda’s greatness.”
Thank you for going above and beyond, Wanda! We are proud of you. The DAISY Award recognizes outstanding nurses at Bryan.
Finding out you have breast cancer is overwhelming. Learn about a new approach where patients see multiple cancer experts at one convenient time to plan their care and avoid delays in treatment.
Dr. Rachel Jendro shares information in this podcast. Listen now.
Do you know a nurse or maternal and infant health provider who deserves praise?
We encourage you to lift this individual up whether a co-worker, a friend or a caretaker of you and your little one. Nominate this special person for the 2022 Heroes in Action Awards (formerly Nurse of the Year)!
To learn more and nominate, visit: heroesinaction.marchofdimes.org
Nominate now through October 1.
Newsweek recognized Bryan Medical Center at Bryan West Campus as one of America’s Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers.
Bryan Medical Center was among 255 facilities to receive the recognition and ranked sixth among facilities in the Midwest. Bryan Medical Center was also the only facility from Lincoln to receive this award.
Congratulations to the Bryan inpatient rehabilitation team and thank you for providing excellent care!
Learn more: http://ow.ly/FC5150KTM1p
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