OneWorld Community Health Centers Celebrates 50 Years

OneWorld Community Health Centers Celebrates 50 Years

We would like to congratulate OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc. on their 50th anniversary of providing health care to people in need in the Omaha area. OneWorld was founded in 1970 by members of the Native American and Hispanic communities who came together to build a free health clinic in South Omaha to serve people who did not have access to quality health care.

Our relationship with OneWorld started in 1994, when R.J. Neary assisted the organization in leasing a new clinic location in South Omaha. Over the past 26 years, R.J., Ryan Zabrowski and Ryan Kuehl have had the pleasure of assisting the OneWorld team with the lease and purchase of five additional clinic locations and support functions. OneWorld also operates four school-based health centers at Bryan High School, Indian Hill Elementary, Liberty Elementary and Spring Lake Elementary.

OneWorld believes that everyone deserves access to the best health care possible, regardless of economic or insurance status. They provide health care, dentistry and behavioral health services and maintain an open-door policy. OneWorld ensures no one is denied treatment due to race, sex, disability, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or immigration status.

OneWorld’s services are even more critical in 2020, as our medical community works to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and provide treatment to those who have the virus. As of November 5, OneWorld had tested more than 8,000 people across its clinic locations and continues to test and treat their patients in a safe, clean environment.

Congratulations, OneWorld, and thanks for all you do in our community!

This article appeared in our company newsletter in December of 2020. Please click here to download the entire newsletter.