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Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Winnebago Service Unit
SERVICES - TRIBAL HEALTH

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Winnebago Public Health nursing Program functions to promote health and to prevent disease and disability for individuals, families and the Winnebago Community, through interventions which assist in the creation of conditions in which people can be healthy.

The Public Health Nursing program works within this mission to:

  • Promote the health of families and individuals in the Winnebago community.
  • Identify subpopulations, families and individuals at risk for illness, injury disability or premature death.
  • To provide culturally appropriate health education and interventions.

The patient care component of Public Health Nursing Program consists of six Public Health Nurses and one outreach worker. Each PHN works with a specific population to provide case management services, conduct home visits and provide health education.

Contact information:
Public Health Nursing
P.O. Box C
Winnebago, NE 68071
402-878-2440 followed by the extension number.

Lynn Lowry x1240
Laura Huffman x1234
Paula Brown x1237
Pat Ruge x1233
Sandy Kruse-Anderson x1231
Annemarie Higgins x1228
Shannon Wright x1199
Nichole Vetter x1203
Serenity Drew x1235
Allison Rossou x1235

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