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Healthier Families, Workplaces and Communities Start with Healthier Women.

Highlight your commitment to women’s health – and the health of your employees – by becoming a sponsor or community partner. Your support helps us provide access to care and education.

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Methodist Mobile 3D Mammography

Ensure women of all socio-economic backgrounds can receive potentially life-saving screenings and follow-up care.

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Women Connect

Women Connect

Encourage women to prioritize their health through live events and monthly outreach on health topics that matter to your employees and women throughout our communities.

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Help us save and improve lives by eliminating barriers to care.

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Methodist Mobile 3D Mammography

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More Access. More Convenience. More Survivors.

24 Nebraskans are diagnosed with breast cancer each week. Access to mammograms for early detection and treatment of breast cancer has never been more important, yet Nebraska ranks a low 40th in the nation in the percentage of women 40 and older who report having a mammogram within the past two years.

Sections of Douglas and Saunders counties have been named priority screening access areas by Susan G. Komen Great Plains due to dramatically higher rates of late-stage breast cancer diagnosis and death due to breast cancer.

Time, convenience, cost and transportation are universal barriers that can delay or discourage lifesaving screenings. Methodist Mobile 3D Mammography removes those barriers and makes it easier for busy women of all races, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds to prioritize their own health care.


In 2023, the Methodist Mobile 3D Mammography team conducted almost 3,000 mammograms, including almost 520 first-time mammograms

Community partners include:
All Care Health CenterMethodist Community Health Clinic
Charles Drew Health CenterNOAH Clinic
Completely KidsOneWorld Community Health Centers
Intercultural Senior CenterPonca Clinic
Latino Center of the Midlands 
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Women Connect

Women Connect is our way of educating and empowering women to do something they don't always do: prioritize their health. Draw strength and reassurance from other women. Ask uncomfortable questions. Overcome obstacles to better health.

Stories of Impact
Women Connect

Omaha World-Herald: Woman’s Melanoma Caught Early Thanks to Free Skin Check at Woman Connect Event

As part of the Foundation's most recent Women Connect event, attendees were offered free skin spot checks. That’s what drew Nancy Watts in—and led to a potentially life-saving discovery.

“If it hadn’t been for Women Connect, I’d probably still be sitting on it and not knowing that it was melanoma,” Watts said.

Read the story here.

Women Connect

6News: Methodist Hospital Foundation Promotes Women’s Health at Weekend Event

Heart disease is sometimes thought of as a “man’s disease,” but almost as many women die of heart disease each year in the U.S. In fact, we’re losing a woman to heart disease almost every minute. The death rate is 35 percent higher among Black women than their White counterparts.

We're grateful to WOWT-Channel 6 for helping us spread the word to women throughout our communities: your heart health deserves to be a priority! Watch the report here. 


FREE Health Resources 

Thanks to our sponsors, we can provide free resources that help women prioritize their health. Check out the Skin Health Resource Kit below. It's just one example of the content you can help us share with your employees and women throughout our communities

Skin Health Resource Kit