Bryan Medical Center East Campus

1600 South 48th Street,

Lincoln, NE  68506

Beds 374

Level II Trauma Center,

Level III NICU

The Bryan Medical Center is part of the Bryan health care system, a nonprofit organization that serves patients from multiple midwest states. Focusing on community, education, and health and fitness, the Bryan Medical Center has two acute care locations, the West Campus and East Campus and employs around 3,500 people. The organization was formed in 1997, merging two pre-existing hospitals, Bryan Memorial Hospital (now Bryan Medical Center East) and Lincoln General Hospital (now Bryan Medical Center West), both of which are referred to locally by their previous names. There are 640 beds divided amongst the two campuses that include many premier services such as cardiology, neuroscience, and a Level III NICU among others. In 2018, Bryan Health system was named a Survey Solutions Workplace of the Year.

Located in Lincoln, the capital of Nebraska, the city offers a dense suburban feel. Home of the University of Nebraska, this college city is vibrant and active, with many museums, sports, and restaurants easily accessible downtown. Nebraska is also one of the leading states in agricultural output; cattle, corn, soybeans, hogs, and wheat are the top five agricultural products in terms of revenue for this state. Lincoln is located in the Great Plains area, offering a four season humid continental climate. Winters are cold, bringing an average of 25.9 inches of snow, while summers are warm. The flatter topography also makes this area prone to thunderstorms and tornados. In 2014, the American Lung Association designated Lincoln as among the “Cleanest U.S. Cities for Ozone Air Pollution.” If you love fresh air and wide open places, consider Bryan Medical Center for your next contract!

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1 - Independent, minimal medications needs, alert and oriented, continent, less than two co-morbidities, English speaking
10 - Dependent, lots of meds, confused, incontinent, more than two co-morbidities, non-english speaking

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