Don't Get Sidelined

In football, there is no off season. Husker players are always working on their physical and mental strength. Scott Frost is here to remind you that your overall health is just important today as it was before COVID-19 changed the game. It’s essential to eat right, get regular exercise and take care of health issues -- whether it’s diabetes, heart disease or a new concern you’ve been toughing out. Don’t delay, get care so you don’t get sidelined. Stay safe, be well and Go Big Red.


Living in pandemic times is tough. The coronavirus creates stress in all of our lives. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues, I am going to tell you what we tell our athletes: asking for help is a sign of strength. You’ll be better for it. Start by talking to your provider or someone you trust. Help is closer than you think. Stay safe, be well, and Go Big Red! 


In basketball, everyone plays offense and defense. I'm here to urge you to do the same. Before Coronavirus came to the Midwest, heart disease was the leading cause of death for Nebraskans. It still poses the greatest threat, because people with heart disease, like me, are more likely to experience life-threatening complications of COVID-19. While we're on defense against this virus, go on the offensive for your heart. Practice healthy habits and get regular check ups. It's a winning strategy. Stay safe, be well and Go Big Red!



Better You COVID-19 Special Edition

  • We Are Here For You MAY 15, 2020

    To say COVID-19 turned our lives upside down is an understatement. Everyone has been impacted by changes whether it is working remotely, homeschooling children, having vacation and extracurricular activities canceled, facing fears about your health and so much more.

  • Saluting Our Safety Experts MAY 15, 2020

    A multidisciplinary team of experts worked together to establish the refined processes and precautions which keep our patients and staff safe during this unprecedented pandemic. We salute these infectious disease, critical care and pulmonary specialists from CHI Health and our academic partner, Creighton University School of Medicine.