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Boys Town National Research Hospital® has been caring for children and their families affected by physical and mental illnesses since 1977. With a focus on specialty care for the under-served, Boys Town Hospital provided care to more than 46,000 patients in 2022 and contributed more than $32 million in charity care and support of Medicaid assistance programs. This was 18.3% of our healthcare revenues.

The positive impact of direct access to the specialty services that Boys Town Hospital provides is key to the health and wellness of our community, particularly those suffering from chronic conditions that require a lifetime of care. As a nonprofit organization, 43% of the hospital’s inpatients and 31% of the hospital’s outpatient and clinic patients receive Medicaid. This level of support outpaces the percentage of Nebraska children insured by Medicaid as cited by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Accredited by The Joint Commission, a recognized global leader in healthcare quality and safety, Boys Town Hospital offers a broad range of surgical and clinical services including ear, nose, throat and audiology services, in addition to general and specialty pediatric care that includes orthopaedics, gastroenterology, allergy, asthma, pulmonology, neurology and ophthalmology. Behavioral health services, including inpatient and outpatient child psychiatry, are a focus for Boys Town.

The main hospital campus features a state-of-the-art surgery center, operating rooms, inpatient recovery rooms and a pediatric critical care unit. In addition, the hospital also operates seven clinics throughout the Omaha metropolitan area, along with four outreach clinic locations across the region.

Unique to Boys Town National Research Hospital is the ground-breaking research team of more than 40 scientists that has made major contributions to the fields of hearing, communication and neurobehavioral research. This internationally recognized team is a leader in clinical and research programs focusing on neuroscience, childhood deafness, visual impairment, language, speech and communication disorders. Their pioneering work in translational research is carried from the lab to the clinical room, having a direct impact on improving patient care.

With a commitment to the highest level of care delivered by board-certified physicians and staff and backed by more than 40 years of translational research and experience, Boys Town National Research Hospital is having a life-changing impact on the children and families served.