Backed by a tradition of nursing, VNA continues to provide expertise, perspective, innovative leadership and solutions around the health issues of the day. Our compassionate team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to serving individuals at home and across the community — no matter their age, station in life or available resources.
We believe that everyone deserves the best care, deserves kindness and deserves to feel better at home.
October 22, 2020
After 90 years of combined service, two outstanding VNA employees are leaving an unmistakable legacy that has impacted lives across the community. Bridget Young, Chief Operating Officer and Joanie Kush, […]View Full Story
September 23, 2020
In 2018, Methodist Fremont Home Health Care officially partnered with VNA to provide strengthened support for home health and hospice services, and, soon after, Jenna Wordekemper was recruited to be […]View Full Story
August 20, 2020
With over 25 years of public health nursing experience, Sandy Kirchhoff understands the phrase “it takes a village.” As the Family Services clinical manager, she oversees VNA’s early childhood home […]View Full Story
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At VNA, the health and safety of our patients and staff is the highest priority.
VNA nurses are actively partnering with the Douglas County Health Department to vaccinate frontline workers, long-term care residents and staff, and elderly community members.
Starting in February, the Douglas County Health Department and its community partners, including VNA, will support four community clinics to provide Douglas County residents who are 80 years of age and older with the COVID-19 vaccine.
When VNA arrives at your door, you can expect to be taken care of — wherever you call home. Backed by a tradition of nursing, VNA offers a wide range of innovative in-home and community-based services across the Omaha and Council Bluffs metro.
As you cheer for us, donate to us and collaborate with us, we advance innovative in-home and community-based care, together.
provided in community health services in 2016
clients in Omaha and Council Bluffs received VNA community care services