A New Era of Healthcare

June 13, 2017

CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center’s move to University Campus and the Bergan Mercy campus created a lot of excitement and attracted a lot of attention, including TV, radio, newspaper and even national stories. Here is just some of the coverage:

Patients Come First: New Facilities Celebrate Openings but not Before Treating their First Patients (Omaha World-Herald)

CUMC-Bergan Mercy, New Emergency Room on North 24th Street Both See First Patients (Omaha World-Herald)

Emotional Last Call at Creighton University Medical Center (KETV)

New CHI Health University Campus Facility is Open at 24th and Cuming (KETV)

University Medical Center Opens Doors (KMTV)

Creighton Officially Opens New Medical Facility (KMTV)

Doctor was at Creighton University Medical Center’s Opening and He’ll be there for Closing (Omaha World-Herald)

Throughout the Years, Creighton University Medical Center Knew Many Names (Omaha World-Herald)

Opening of CUMC Bergan Mercy will Start a New Era of Healthcare (Omaha World-Herald)

7 Things to Know about the Changes at CHI Health Hospitals (Omaha World-Herald)

CUMC Trauma Center Transitioning to Bergan Campus Friday Morning (KETV)

Two Days Until Close for Creighton University Medical Center (KETV)

CHI Health Creighton Hospital in Final Stages of Closing Down (WOWT)

Creighton University Medical Center Focused on New Beginning (WOWT)

Memories Remain as CUMC Moves to New Locations (KMTV)

Woman Shares Life-Changing Experience at Hospital (KPTM)

Creighton Prepares for Big Move (KFAB)

40 Years of Stories Shared on Memory Wall (KFAB)

CUMC Firsts: Lives Changed, Lives Saved (Omaha World-Herald)

Omaha Hospital Closes its Doors, Emergency Room Nearby (Associated Press)

CHI Health Closes Nebraska Hospital, Opens New ED, Trauma Center (Becker’s Hospital Review)

CHI Health Shutters One Emergency Department and Trauma Center, Opens Two New Hospitals(Healthcare Finance)

Exquisite Cooperation is Key as CUMC-Bergan Mercy Stays Open During $140 Million Construction Project(Omaha World-Herald)