Healthy Homecomings
There is no place like home. At Ambassador Health, your post-hospital recovery process will be focused on helping you to reach your goal of returning home. And if you need a little motivation along the way, our healthcare team will help you to remember who is excitedly awaiting your arrival home.
Safe Transitions
Whether you are recovering from a planned surgery, unexpected illness, or traumatic injury, you can expect to receive in-patient transitional rehabilitation from a team of highly qualified therapists and nurses. Our patient recovery process allows for individuals to regain their strength and independence, enabling a safe transition home.
Experience You Can Trust
For over four decades, Ambassador Health has been providing post-hospital rehabilitation and extended skilled nursing care to individuals just like you. Our locally owned health system will provide you with results-driven healthcare in an intimate, person-centered environment.
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Family-Owned for Over Four Decades

Family-Owned for Over Four Decades


Innovative Care, Influenced by People, Inspired by Tradition and Family.


We deliver compassionate care, support our communities and value our team members.

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Growth, Relationships, Trust, Communication, Excellence, Collaboration, Teamwork, Safety, Creativity


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*Pictured: Joan the day she was extubated and began breathing without the ventilator. Above Right: Joan after she completed her in-patient rehabilitation at Ambassador Health and returned to her own...
“We were recommended to Ambassador by the NICU team as a way to transition Henry home,” stated Jenny Ketcham, Henry’s mother. “With Henry being trach and vent dependent, we went to Ambassador to get additional training from the nursing, respiratory, and therapy teams.”
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At 13 months old, Annie admitted to Ambassador Health Pediatrics from Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Due to a premature birth, Annie was dependent upon a tracheostomy and ventilator.
"I stood straight up, and I think that's where I started to get that confidence, because they gave me confidence. They are all so positive here."

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Years of compassionate care
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Safe transitions home since 2016