Rehabilitation success is measured in breakthroughs—taking a step after a severe brain trauma, the feeling of reassurance after a spinal cord injury, words after a stroke. At Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals, our physicians, staff and technology bring hope to families and healing to patients. So with every new breakthrough, they can come to believe, “NOW YOU CAN.”
Through clinical expertise, innovative technologies and cutting-edge research, Madonna instills hope and healing, empowering patients to return back to their passion and life roles in their communities.
Nurses are a very important part of every patient's transdisciplinary care team at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals.
Nurses, do you feel as fulfilled as you could? If you hesitated before answering that question, click here to learn about fulfilling opportunities with Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals.
Two campuses, one mission. Just two years after breaking ground, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals’ Omaha Campus is complete and ready to serve patients. Click here to read more.
At Madonna, patients will experience specialized services and additional programs that focus on real-life skills to help them achieve their greatest level of independence and return to their families, work, school, community and activities
Patients and families from around the country can be served at one of our two campuses: Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska, where highly skilled clinicians provide world-class rehabilitation with state-of-the-art technology.
Madonna’s Institute for Rehabilitation Science & Engineering is dedicated to finding ways to improve medical rehabilitation through the application of new methods and development of innovative technology.
Crash survivors, first responders urge Nebraska drivers to move over, look out for roadside workers (Lincoln Journal Star)
4/11/2018 8:25 AM | In the News
Larry Miller spent time recovering at Madonna's Omaha Campus due to a work-related accident where he lost part of his right leg. A tow truck driver, Larry's among Nebraskans speaking out to drivers, telling them to give room to emergency vehicles and those working along the roadside.Read More
A motorcycle accident left Levi Weber with severe injuries, including brain trauma. But that didn't stop the Sioux City, Iowa, man from fulfilling his promise to his care team.Read More
3/14/2018 4:23 PM | In the News
Ashley Crouse, 19, is a dedicated volleyball fan. The Red Oak, Iowa, native appreciates the competitiveness of the sport. After surviving a car crash earlier this year and a three week coma, Ashley’s been recovering from a traumatic brain injury at the Lincoln Campus. Recently she met two Husker volleyball standouts Mickaela Focke, a fellow Iowan, and Annika Albrecht, who are inspired by her hard work and dedication.Read More