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Serving the Health Care Needs of Dodge and Surrounding Counties Since 1940

Named one of the top 100 community hospitals in the nation, Methodist Fremont Health serves the health care needs of people living in Dodge and surrounding counties. At Methodist Fremont Health we have 900 employees and 200 volunteers. There are more than 100 physicians on the active medical staff, with nearly 30 employed by Methodist Fremont Health.

Amenities

We offer a variety of services and amenities to make your and your family's stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

Campus Parking
We offer several options for patient and visitor parking while at Methodist Fremont Health.
Internet and Telephone
Families want to stay connected when they are with a loved one in the hospital. We have convenient access for you.
Gift Shop
Methodist Fremont Health’s gift shop, The Look Nook, is located in the main lobby on the first floor.
Meals and Snacks
We are pleased to offer you several unique options for food service.

Awards and Accreditations

Methodist is dedicated to creating better care, outcomes and experiences for you and those you love. We are honored to be recognized for excellence in care.
IBCLC Care Award logo
IBCLC Care Award
American College of Radiology for Mammography logo
American College of Radiology Accreditation for Mammography
American College of Radiology for Nuclear Medicine logo
American College of Radiology Accreditation for Nuclear Medicine
American College of Radiology for Computed Tomography logo
American College of Radiology Accreditation for Computed Tomography
    • Women's Choice Awards - America's Best Hospitals for Emergency Care & Patient Safety (2018)
    • iVantage Health Analytics & The Chartis Center for Rural Health - Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals (2017 & 2018)
    • Joint Commission “Gold Seal of Approval”
    • Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons
    • Robert A. Warriner III, MD, Center of Excellence Award and Center of Distinction Award from Healogics, Inc. — the Center for Wound Healing (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
    • Women's Choice Award - America's Best Hospitals for Emergency Care (2016)
    • Five Star Quality Rating by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for long term care
    • Quest for Excellence award from the Nebraska Hospital Association (2012)
    • Blue Distinction Center” for Maternity Care from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska (2018)
    • U.S. News & World Report  â€œBest Nursing Home” designation (2014)
    • Becker’s Hospital Review - 100 Great Community Hospitals (2013)
    • Methodist Health System joined the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative led by the The John A. Hartford Foundation
    • Awarded the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approvalâ„¢
    • Home Health Care also accredited by the Joint Commission
    • Accredited by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer (CoC), with the highest level of recognition
    • The Laboratory at Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB)

Meet Our Providers

Access Methodist My Care
Access your medical records, schedule an appointment and more – all in one convenient spot.
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Cardiovascular
El sistema cardiovascular está formado por el corazón y los vasos sanguíneos. Entre las enfermedades cardiovasculares (CVD, por sus siglas en inglés), según las define American Heart Association, se encuentran la cardiopatía coronaria (enfermedad de las arterias coronarias, cardiopatía isquémica), el accidente cerebrovascular (ataque cerebral), la presión arterial alta (hipertensión) y la cardiopatía reumática. Anualmente, las enfermedades cardiovasculares ocupan el primer lugar en la lista de los problemas de salud más graves en EE.UU. Conozca acerca de las pruebas y procedimientos que se usan para diagnosticar los problemas del corazón.

Gastroenterología
Anualmente, millones de estadounidenses reciben un diagnostico de trastornos digestivos, que varían desde el malestar estomacal ocasional hasta el cáncer colorrectal que pone en peligro la vida. Éstos abarcan los trastornos del tracto gastrointestinal, así como también los del hígado, de la vesícula biliar y del páncreas. Para emitir un diagnóstico se requiere una historia médica completa y exacta, y un examen físico. Es posible que deba someterse a evaluaciones de diagnóstico adicionales, que incluyen exámenes de laboratorio, procedimientos endoscópicos y técnicas de imagen.

Ginecología/OB
Muchos de los padecimientos que afectan la salud ginecológica, reproductiva y sexual pueden detectarse precozmente, lo que en la mayoría de los casos proporciona un pronóstico más positivo y un tratamiento más exitoso. En esta sección encontrará información útil para aprender más sobre los procedimientos y los exámenes ginecológicos, lo que incluye una descripción general del procedimiento, las razones para hacerlo, los riesgos que supone, y lo que debe hacerse antes, durante y después del mismo.

Neurología
Antes de que se pueda establecer un plan de tratamiento o rehabilitación para las afecciones neurológicas, el médico primero debe determinar la razón y el origen de la afección. Existen varios tipos de pruebas y procedimientos que se utilizan para diagnosticar y tratar las afecciones neurológicas. En esta sección aprenderá sobre estos procedimientos, lo que incluye una descripción general del procedimiento, las razones para hacerlo, los riesgos que supone, y lo que debe hacerse antes, durante y después del mismo.

Ortopedia
La ortopedia es la rama de la medicina que se ocupa de las enfermedades, las lesiones y los trastornos del sistema musculoesquelético, es decir, de los músculos y del esqueleto, incluyendo las articulaciones, los ligamentos, los tendones y los nervios. El médico completará una historia médica y realizará un examen físico al evaluar una posible afección ortopédica. Conozca lo que sucede durante los procedimientos ortopédicos diagnósticos y quirúrgicos... desde los rayos-X hasta la cirugía de reemplazo de cadera.

Pulmonar
Los trastornos respiratorios, o enfermedades pulmonares, son afecciones como el asma, la neumonía, la tuberculosis, el cáncer de pulmón y otras. Según los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades, en EE. UU. mueren al año más de 126,000 adultos por enfermedades pulmonares. Conozca acerca de las diversas pruebas y procedimientos que se usan para ayudar a diagnosticar los problemas del pulmón.

Urología
La urología es la rama de la medicina que trata el tracto urinario en ambos sexos, y el tracto genital o sistema reproductor del hombre. La nefrología es la especialidad médica que se ocupa de los riñones. Entre las enfermedades más graves del riñón y del tracto urinario están la insuficiencia renal crónica en fase terminal (ESRD, por sus siglas en inglés), los cálculos renales, la incontinencia urinaria, la hiperplasia prostática benigna (BPH, por sus siglas en inglés), la cistitis intersticial, la infección del tracto urinario y la enfermedad renal poliquística. En esta sección encontrará información acerca de los procedimientos utilizados para diagnosticar las enfermedades urinarias y renales.
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For COVID-19 and vaccination updates, view our information for the community. If you're experiencing symptoms, call your primary care provider.

Contact Us
We are here to serve your healthcare needs 24/7. Our communications center can help direct your call.

Serving the Health Care Needs of Dodge and Surrounding Counties Since 1940

Named one of the top 100 community hospitals in the nation, Methodist Fremont Health serves the health care needs of people living in Dodge and surrounding counties. At Methodist Fremont Health we have 900 employees and 200 volunteers. There are more than 100 physicians on the active medical staff, with nearly 30 employed by Methodist Fremont Health.

Amenities

We offer a variety of services and amenities to make your and your family's stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

Campus Parking
We offer several options for patient and visitor parking while at Methodist Fremont Health.
Internet and Telephone
Families want to stay connected when they are with a loved one in the hospital. We have convenient access for you.
Gift Shop
Methodist Fremont Health’s gift shop, The Look Nook, is located in the main lobby on the first floor.
Meals and Snacks
We are pleased to offer you several unique options for food service.

Awards and Accreditations

Methodist is dedicated to creating better care, outcomes and experiences for you and those you love. We are honored to be recognized for excellence in care.
IBCLC Care Award logo
IBCLC Care Award
American College of Radiology for Mammography logo
American College of Radiology Accreditation for Mammography
American College of Radiology for Nuclear Medicine logo
American College of Radiology Accreditation for Nuclear Medicine
American College of Radiology for Computed Tomography logo
American College of Radiology Accreditation for Computed Tomography
    • Women's Choice Awards - America's Best Hospitals for Emergency Care & Patient Safety (2018)
    • iVantage Health Analytics & The Chartis Center for Rural Health - Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals (2017 & 2018)
    • Joint Commission “Gold Seal of Approval”
    • Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons
    • Robert A. Warriner III, MD, Center of Excellence Award and Center of Distinction Award from Healogics, Inc. — the Center for Wound Healing (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
    • Women's Choice Award - America's Best Hospitals for Emergency Care (2016)
    • Five Star Quality Rating by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for long term care
    • Quest for Excellence award from the Nebraska Hospital Association (2012)
    • Blue Distinction Center” for Maternity Care from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska (2018)
    • U.S. News & World Report  â€œBest Nursing Home” designation (2014)
    • Becker’s Hospital Review - 100 Great Community Hospitals (2013)
    • Methodist Health System joined the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative led by the The John A. Hartford Foundation
    • Awarded the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approvalâ„¢
    • Home Health Care also accredited by the Joint Commission
    • Accredited by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer (CoC), with the highest level of recognition
    • The Laboratory at Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB)

Meet Our Providers

Access Methodist My Care
Access your medical records, schedule an appointment and more – all in one convenient spot.
Pay a Bill
Our bill pay portal makes it easy to access and view your updated account information 24/7.