In the News

Vetter Senior Living Receives National Great Place to Work® Certification

 Vetter Senior Living is proud to announce that all of its locations have been certified as GREAT WORKPLACES by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work®! Vetter Senior Living (VSL) employs more than 3,500 people and earned this credential based on extensive ratings provided by its employees in anonymous surveys. “We are thrilled with… Read More

VHS 2018 Best Places to Work in Omaha!

Vetter Health Services has once again been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Omaha! The Best Places to Work in Omaha® initiative measures levels of employee engagement through an online survey. Created by Baird Holm LLP, the survey is administered and feedback is provided by Quantum Workplace. VHS has consistently ranked… Read More

Brookestone View Opens in Broken Bow, Nebraska

Only fourteen months after breaking ground, hundreds of areas residents streamed through the doors to tour the new Brookestone View skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Broken Bow, Nebraska. The open house and ribbon cutting ceremony, held on October 27, provided area residents and families of loved ones who will be residing there, the opportunity… Read More

Golden Heights Becomes Parkview Heights

Thirty years ago Jack Vetter took ownership of Golden Heights Living Center. Jack and the VHS team saw potential in the small, vacant building with an out-dated interior and traditional nursing home layout. Because of their vision and hard work a large, modern skilled nursing and rehabilitation center serves the community of Garnett, Kansas with… Read More

Elkhorn, NE: Building More Than a Home

       During the last week in January, a VHS team of eight embarked on a remarkable journey to make a difference in the lives of one family in San Luis, Mexico. For Vicki and Carlos and their children, Yessica (15), Carlos (13), Ezau (12) and Ebein (2), the word “home” has taken on… Read More

Elkhorn, NE: More Than Just a Quilt

      I carefully removed the tissue paper from the package. Each layer I removed revealed more of the incredible quilt that was held inside. Fully draped, it was exquisite. VHS Dignity in Life was the center with carefully stitched beams radiating from it. An awesome piece for the One Child Matters Auction. I determined,… Read More

3 Things You Should Know About Care Plan Meetings

After transitioning a loved one into a Skilled Nursing Care Center, many wonder how they can stay involved and ensure their loved one’s care needs are being met. Visiting regularly and getting to know team members are two ways to keep an eye on the type of care your loved one is receiving. The best… Read More

Stanton, IA: Family Ties

We honor our heritage when we honor our elders. It was a wintery day when our family member Iva got to visit with her great great granddaughter, Carter. The two had a splendid time. Great Grandma Nancy, Iva’s daughter, was babysitting for the day and took the advantage of one of our warmer days to… Read More

Care Conversations make difficult decisions easier

Care Conversations™ is about people working together toward a shared goal. Through information and guidance, Care Conversations helps people connect with loved ones, health care providers and industry professionals. Care Conversations provides insight into the care planning process and firsthand accounts of various care experiences. With the understanding that each person’s situation is unique, multifaceted… Read More

Papillion, NE: Food and Clothing Drive

In the spirit of giving this year our PEP Club coordinated a non-perishable food item and warm clothing drive to benefit the Tri-City Food Pantry and Heartland Family Services. To make the campaign more exciting we set a goal of gathering 1,200 items and divided into four teams, making it a contest to see which… Read More