Fellowship Training Sites
CHI Health-Immanuel offers a full-service hospital, Cancer Center, Rehabilitation Center, Specialty Spine Hospital, and more.
This site is home to a 20-bed inpatient acute care unit for children and adolescents ages 4-18. Approximately 500-700 children and adolescents are admitted per year.
Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF)
Designed to treat children and adolescents age 6-17, the program provides specialized medical, psychiatric, psychosocial and behavioral treatment services to assist youths and their families to gain skills that demonstrate a positive community adjustment. The programs, environment and activities of the treatment center are all focused on patient centered care.
Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Treatment
This program is for children and adolescents ages 5 - 18 years old who are experiencing difficulty coping with the stresses of their daily life. The program provides a safe environment in which the youth can improve or regain coping skills and learn to better meet the demands of family, school and society.
The mission at CHI Psychiatric Associates is to treat the patient as a whole person: body, mind and spirit. Specialty trained mental health professionals offer a wide array of outpatient mental health services including psychiatric testing, medication management, traditional therapy, drug and alcohol testing and treatment to get people get back on the road to mental wellness.
A multidisciplinary team offers specialized services for child and adolescents. Psychiatrists lead the team delivering a variety of services, including play/art therapy, family therapy, and evaluations. Treatment modalities include individual, group, marital, family, psychopharmacological and others based on individual assessments.
CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy
Creighton Bergan Mercy serves as the main academic medical center for the School of Medicine and features a new trauma center, an enlarged emergency department and expanded classroom and training space.
Fellows rotate through Bergan Mercy for consultation-liaison service.
The Nebraska Medical Center
As the teaching hospital for the University of Nebraska Medical Center, this 689 licensed bed academic medical center has an international reputation for providing solid organ and bone marrow transplantation services and is well known nationally and regionally for its oncology, neurology and cardiology programs. The Nebraska Medical Center was formed in October 1997 with the merger of Clarkson Hospital, Nebraska’s first hospital, and University Hospital, the teaching hospital for the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). Fellows rotate through UNMC for Pediatric Neurology and consultation-liaison services.
Children’s Hospital and Medical Center
Children’s Hospital and Medical Center is a nonprofit regional pediatric specialty healthcare center. It has a rich history based on community involvement and service to children.
Patients are referred to the 100-bed hospital from a five-state region. Children’s Hospital contains an eating disorder partial program for adolescents that has 4-6 patients at a time.
Fellows spend one month FTE on this service.
The Nebraska Medical Center Psychiatry Clinic
The Nebraska Medical Center Psychiatry Clinic is located on the UNMC campus in Poynter Hall. The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Faculty provide comprehensive outpatient evaluation and treatment for children and their families. Our clinicians work with patients ranging in age from early childhood to young adulthood and place special emphasis on understanding family functioning and relationships to make the most accurate diagnoses and provide the most useful treatment recommendations.
Residents, fellows and medical students are active participants in many services under the guidance of a psychiatrist.