Children’s recently added a new DaVinci Xi surgical robot to its operating room — the first in Omaha to be used in a pediatric setting. With the addition of the new surgical robot comes better outcomes for children. The technology allows for minimally-invasive procedures to be performed, using smaller incisions and resulting in quicker recovery times for young patients. Pediatric surgeon, Claudia Berrondo, M.D. recently completed the first surgical case using the robot. Thanks to donor support, Children’s was able to add this equipment to its operating suites, expanding the teaching capacity of Children’s and laying a strong foundation for building a multidisciplinary robotic surgery program for children. We are so grateful!
Strengthening Spiritual Care at Children's Nebraska: Ludacka Family Honored as Donors to the Pastoral and Spiritual Care Endowed Chair
Children’s Nebraska honored Omaha community members Paul and Sarah Ludacka as spiritual donors to the Endowed Chair in Pastoral and Spiritual Care on Oct. 17.Read More
Mental Health Innovation Foundation Breaks Ground on Behavioral Health & Wellness Center at Children’s and Releases a First Look at Future Building Center to be world-class, creating campus with continuum of mental, physical care for children and teensRead More