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.”
Each Madonna campus has a specialized team of professionals dedicated to rehabilitation of pediatric patients. Click to learn more about our program and clinical team.
We are proud to demonstrate commitment the highest standards in care for patients and business practices by achieving CARF accreditation for several programs across our Lincoln and Omaha campuses.
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.
We are currently hiring nurses on both Madonna campuses. Nurses are a very important part of every patient's transdisciplinary care team at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals.
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.
Madonna is pleased to host several support and educational groups for individuals and their family members returning to the community following traumatic injury or illness. Please click here for additional information on current support groups at the Lincoln and Omaha campuses.
Blake Finley is a competitive soccer player who loves goals. The 12-year-old from Auburn, Kansas, has spent two months working on his biggest victory – recovering from a traumatic brain injury.Read More
2/28/2019 3:14 PM | Press Releases
Christy Womeldorff’s passions for hunting and baseball provided inspiration during her recovery from a massive stroke in 2018. The 39-year-old wife and mother regained her voice, mobility and cognitive skills with her family and Madonna team cheering each small accomplishment.Read More
2/25/2019 9:07 AM |
It's important for parents and caregivers to know basic life support in the event a child or infant in their care stops breathing. Ellen Scott, RN, CBIS and certified CPR instructor, details the warning and steps necessary to save a life.Read More
2/19/2019 3:14 PM | Patient Stories
Harley Swanek is a toddler who has endured more than most adults. At 6-months-old, her heart stopped beating, revealing a rare, congenital heart defect. While emergency personal were successful in reviving her, the result was an anoxic brain injury. After making huge strides at Madonna, the heart warrior is celebrating a smashing first birthday.Read More