UNMC Physicians is now Nebraska Medicine Clinics, a part of Nebraska Medicine. Nebraska Medicine represents the clinical integration of The Nebraska Medical Center, the state's largest and highest rated hospital, Bellevue Medical Center and UNMC Physicians. Nebraska Medicine Clinics includes more than 450 doctors in 50 specialties and sub-specialties who are dedicated to educating our future clinicians, conducting cutting edge research and providing the highest level of patient care. Many of our physicians offer lifesaving treatments and services not found elsewhere in Nebraska. Through our partnership with UNMC, we are committed to providing our patients with the latest innovative solutions for their health care needs.
Why are we here?
Our mission is to improve the lives of people across Nebraska and beyond by offering exceptional patient care. Through our partnership with UNMC, we integrate clinical care with education and cutting-edge research to provide patients the most up-to-date and advanced treatments for their health care needs.
Community Benefit Report (2011)
What We Do
The physicians at Nebraska Medicine Clinics pioneer lifesaving treatments and help miracles happen. They calm worried parents, bring cancer patients hope and replace failing organs with new ones. They share new discoveries and knowledge with doctors and researchers around the globe. And they bring advanced treatments to their patients - because they not only have access to the latest research - they are doing it.
Our physicians not only treat patients, but they teach future physicians too. Many of our doctors trained and now teach at UNMC, and they, along with the experienced nurses, allied health professionals and business support personnel, are dedicated to serving the health care needs of our community.
With more than 450 physicians and 720 personnel, we lead the region in providing the most advanced care available.
The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit, national body that oversees the safety and quality of health care and other services provided in accredited organizations, such as Nebraska Medicine Clinics. Information about accredited organizations may be provided directly to The Joint Commission at 1-800-994-6610. Information regarding accreditation and accreditation performance of individual organizations can be obtained through the Joint Commission's Web site.