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Nebraska Spine Hospital focuses only on spine to offer our patients unmatched expertise.

The Nebraska Spine Hospital is proud to be a physician-led spine specialty hospital. As the only Spine Center of Excellence in the region, we are the best at what we do, because it is all we do. Becker’s Hospital Review has repeatedly named Nebraska Spine Hospital as one of the 100 Hospitals & Health Systems with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs.

Call us today at 855-SPINE12 to learn more!

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The experience was great. The best service I ever received. The nurses were great, surgery started before scheduled, light response was the best I received from any hospital. Dr. Gill did a good job of processing me in and again during discharge. Meals served on time with hot meals hot and cold food cold. The discharge took less than one hour when it was determined . . .

Darwin Schulz


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