|Genre||Health Care System|
|Headquarters||Lincoln, Nebraska, United States|
Number of employees
Bryan Health (formerly BryanLGH Health System) is a not-for-profit healthcare organization located in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. The system operates an acute-care hospital, several outpatient clinics and a College of Health Sciences, as well as a physician network and a heart institute.
The organization was formed in 1997 by the merger of two pre-existing hospitals in Lincoln: Bryan Memorial Hospital and Lincoln General Hospital. The name BryanLGH was chosen to reflect the names of the pre-existing hospitals, both of which had been in operation since 1926. The college has been around since 1926. It started off as a diploma school for nursing. The physician network and heart institute have been added since the merger.
The hospital known as Bryan Medical Center operates as two campuses, Bryan Medical Center East and Bryan Medical Center West, which are often still referred to locally as Bryan Memorial and Lincoln General. In 2012 the name was changed from BryanLGH Medical Center. The hospital has 672 beds and serves patients from throughout Nebraska and neighboring states.
The system also operates Crete Area Medical Center, a full-service rural health clinic.
The College of Health Sciences offers undergraduate degrees in Nursing, Ultrasound, Pre-med, Pre-PT and other health professions and a Doctoral degree in Nurse Anesthesia Practice an Education Doctorate with Emphasis in Nursing Education and a Masters in Nursing with a track in Leadership or Education to choose from, as well as certificate programs for ancillary health professions.