Children’s Hospital & Medical Center Plans New Facility at 204th and Harrison Streets

OMAHA, Neb. – Children’s Hospital & Medical Center has announced plans for a new pediatric ambulatory facility to be constructed at 204th and Harrison Streets, anticipated to open Spring 2024. The new location will provide ease of access and convenient ambulatory care by expanding Children’s specialty locations to meet the needs of pediatric patients and families in the Omaha Metropolitan Area and across the region.

The planned two-story, 60,000-square-foot facility will house several specialty clinics, a Children’s Physicians primary care office and outpatient rehabilitation spaces, as well as radiology and laboratory services. The rehabilitation space will offer access to an outdoor area for services—a first for Children’s.

“This development will allow Children’s to meet the needs of ambulatory patients in a convenient location and in a setting tailored for their needs, while also positioning Children’s for long-term growth,” said Kathy English, Children’s Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Nursing Officer.

Construction is set to begin soon on the 10 acres of land, and the site offers ample space for future building phases.

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