The clinic remains open to care for your medical needs M-F, 8 am-5 pm and now offers virtual visits on Saturdays from 8:30-11:30am. Click here for more updates and Coronavirus information.

 

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May 22, 2020
The clinic remains open to care for your medical needs M-F, 8 am-5 pm and now offers virtual visits on Saturdays from 8:30-11:30am. Please call Gothenburg Health BEFORE coming into the facility for any potential COVID-19 symptoms. Patients calling our facility and presenting to our facility should expect to be screened for symptoms and risk factors. Business Hours : Please call 308-537-4066 option 2 for additional questions. After Hours : Please call 308-537-3661 for additional questions. Facility Updates & Closures Directed Health Measures (DHM) have been enacted across the entire state...Read more
May 12, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5/12/2020 Gothenburg, NE— Elective Surgeries Resuming at Gothenburg Health on May 18. Gothenburg Health announced today it will resume elective surgery and outpatient procedures on May 18. This announcement comes after Governor Ricketts announced that hospitals in Nebraska can resume elective surgeries beginning May 4 if: 30% of hospital beds, ICU beds, and ventilators are available. Hospitals must have two weeks’ worth of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on site. While Gothenburg Health met these requirements earlier this month, the facility chose to wait before...Read more
April 17, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 4/13/2020 Gothenburg, NE— Technology enables medical care from the comfort of your home. Gothenburg Health is excited to offer telemedicine as an alternative option for many clinic visits. Telemedicine enables patients to easily connect with their providers through video calls on various devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. “Telemedicine has been a long-term goal for Gothenburg Health,” said Garrett Vetter, Clinic Operations Director at Gothenburg Health. “In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the implementation timeline was quickly accelerated to help...Read more
April 6, 2020
A question popularized by America’s cherished neighbor; Mr. Rogers has become critical in the days of “Shelter-In-Place” orders across the US. As local, state and federal authorities are urging Americans to “Do our part and stay apart”; the concept of neighborliness has become an important strategy for managing our daily activities. #ConnectDuringCovid makes being a good neighbor more important than ever! The feelings of connection that develop when we know our neighbors, brings out the best in us. The importance of being a good neighbor extends far beyond improving bonds with those you live...Read more
January 31, 2020
Discovering you have a heart problem has a significant impact on your life, and there is a multitude of questions you can be asking yourself. How am I going to overcome it? Am I still going to be able to do the things that I love? Will my life ever be the same again? While these questions can seem daunting, there are options out there to help. A cardiac rehabilitation program is an excellent opportunity to help you and your heart get back to being healthy. What is Cardiac Rehabilitation? Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised personalized treatment plan for your specific heart...Read more
January 14, 2020
Gothenburg Health’s very own Niki Salomon and Rick Zarek were featured on the cover of the Nebraska Mortar and Pestle magazine. This magazine is the official publication of the Nebraska Pharmacists Association. Niki Salomon, PharmD. R.P. is a clinical pharmacist at the Gothenburg Clinic and Rick Zarek, RP is the pharmacy director. View the full magazine here. ABOUT GOTHENBURG HEALTH Gothenburg Health is a premier healthcare facility serving the community of Gothenburg and surrounding areas with state of the art facilities and highly skilled employees. We are a place of help and healing, and a...Read more
January 14, 2020
From an athletic training student to now a charge nurse at Gothenburg Health, Phillip Miller has had multiple positions in the medical field over the last couple of years. But he didn’t initially see himself working in the medical space until a series of events changed his mind. Miller studied athletic training at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D., which led him to an internship in cardiac rehab. While interning, his grandpa also had open-heart surgery. Both his internship and the nurses who worked on his grandpa made a significant impression on Miller. Rather than continuing...Read more
November 26, 2019
GOTHENBURG HEALTH’S Senior Life Solutions Program Provides Tips to Beat the Winter Blues GOTHENBURG, NEBRASKA – The winter season is upon us, which for many means holiday celebrations filled with family and friends. This builds anticipation for those good times; however, for others this time of year can be a reminder of lost loved ones, lack of access to family traditions, or other changes that may bring about stress and anxiety. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, many people can experience feelings of anxiety or depression during the holiday season, and people who already...Read more
November 20, 2019
GOTHENBURG, NE, NOVEMBER 21, 2019– Gothenburg Health is proud to recognize the innovation, quality of care, and dedication of health professionals and volunteers in our community during National Rural Health Day 2019. National Rural Health Day falls on the third Thursday in November each year and recognizes the efforts of those serving the health needs of an estimated 57 million people across the nation. A special website (www.PowerofRural.org) has been established for rural health stakeholders to explore a partnership pledge, showcase individuals and organizations selected as 2019 Community...Read more
November 15, 2019
Pictured from left-right: Becky Jobman, Gothenburg Health Foundation Executive Director, Larry's wife, Jan Gill, and Mick Brant, Gothenburg Health CEO. Larry C. Gill was recently honored by the installation of a memorial plaque commemorating his service to Gothenburg Health. Larry served on the board of directors from 2006 until his unexpected passing in 2016. Larry was a visionary leader on Gothenburg Health’s board, driving several initiatives that brought the hospital into the progressive place it is today. Larry also took a lead role in initiating the YMCA project which originated from...Read more

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