If caring for children touches your heart and your soul, you share our passion.

That’s why you belong at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, NE, the best place for kids. We are a premier provider of pediatric care with the feel of a family, where teamwork, camaraderie, friendly coworkers and a supportive leadership team make our workplace feel more like home. Here, you will enjoy autonomy, the respect of our world-class physicians and the opportunity to advance your career and profession.

Our 145-bed non-profit hospital operates the only Level II Pediatric Trauma Center in the region and offers 24-hour, in-house services by pediatric critical care specialists. We’re the only full-service, pediatric health care center in Nebraska providing expertise in more than 50 pediatric specialty services to children across a five-state region and beyond. Our recently announced expansion plans include a new clinical facility and added administrative and research space.

Learn more about what makes Children’s the best place for kids and employees, and search open positions here.


AACN Beacon Award for Excellence
AACN’s Beacon Award for Excellence provides a road map and tools to assist hospital units on their path to excellence, honoring individual units that distinguish themselves by improving every facet of patient care. The Beacon Award’s three levels of designation recognize significant milestones along a unit’s journey. For patients and families, the Beacon Award signifies exceptional care through improved outcomes and greater overall satisfaction. For nurses, a Beacon Award signals a positive and supportive work environment with greater collaboration between colleagues and leaders, higher morale and lower turnover.
Magnet Recognition
The Magnet Recognition Program is a recognition program operated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center that allows nurses to recognize nursing excellence in other nurses. It is considered the highest recognition for nursing excellence.
US News & World Report National Rankings
For 30 years, U.S. News & World Report’s rankings and advice have served as a valuable reference when making life’s toughest decisions. To create the pediatric rankings, U.S. News & World Report gathered key clinical data from approximately 180 pediatric centers through a detailed survey. In addition, part of each hospital’s score is derived from surveys of more than 10,000 pediatric specialists who are asked where they would send the sickest children in their specialty.
The Joint Commission
National Quality
The Value of Joint Commission Accreditation & Certification. Earning accreditation or certification from The Joint Commission signifies many things, with none larger than a devotion to patient safety. Through the accreditation process, organizations learn state-of-the-art performance-improvement strategies in order to continuously improve the safety and quality of care.