Shaping tomorrow’s care. Today.

We provide expert and compassionate care to all, with the vision of how healthcare should be delivered next.

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(402) 342-5566
or (402) 619-0615

As healthcare evolves, VNA advances.

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.

From our door to yours

We believe that everyone deserves the best care, deserves kindness and deserves to feel better at home.

VNA can deliver the care you need when, where and how you need it.

Regardless of your situation, we’re here to help. It’s easy to get started.

Message from VNA’s Board of Directors and Leadership Team

Recent events highlight a painful systemic inequality in our nation and our community. Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) is committed to being part of the solution, fostering an environment that is healing, caring, dynamic, and adaptable. That commitment began 124 years ago, and will continue to grow as we listen to those in need.

The core values of VNA are compassion, attitude, respect, and excellence. Our reflection of these values enacts positive change in the Omaha and Council Bluffs communities and helps lessen the burden of inequality experienced by so many.

Every day, VNA staff members enter patients’ homes to provide healthcare, hospice, supportive services, and advocacy. Through this work, we address many consequences of inequality that negatively impact health. Our response has been, and will continue to be, an unwavering commitment to the health and safety of patients who might otherwise be ignored; providing quality services to all who need it, regardless of complexity of care or ability to pay.

We stand alongside the community we love and serve, and we accept responsibility for equality in our words and our actions.


I want to know more about COVID-19.

At VNA, the health and safety of our patients and staff is the highest priority. Regular hand washing and the use of hand sanitizer has always been part of our care routine and we will continue to be extra vigilant after cases of COVID-19 have been reported in our area. Patients and nurses must wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before any treatment is provided. VNA custodial staff has conducted regular and thorough cleaning of our facility and we are increasing daily cleaning, especially in areas that are touched most often.

Information Regarding COVID-19

I'm interested in VNA's community programs.

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Healthy individuals need healthy communities, so we have several innovative community-based specialty support services and programs for at-risk children and young parents, family caregivers, and those in underserved populations. 

Community Care

I need help caring for my loved one.

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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.

All Services

I want to refer a patient.

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With our wide range of healthcare options, we are excited to partner with you as we shape tomorrow’s care. For immediate assistance, please call (402) 342-5566 or (402) 619-0615.

Referral Form

I want to support VNA’s life-changing work.

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We could not do the work we do every day without your support. There are so many ways to give to VNA — we hope you’ll consider giving in a way that is most meaningful for you.

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When you support VNA, you’re helping our community thrive.

As you cheer for us, donate to us and collaborate with us, we advance innovative in-home and community-based care, together.

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$5.5 million

provided in community health services in 2016


clients in Omaha and Council Bluffs received VNA community care services