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Nebraska City News-Press - Nebraska City, NE
  • Cass Family Medicine, other businesses in Plattsmouth damaged by Fire

  • This morning, Cass Family Medicine, a clinic of OneWorld Community Health Centers in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, was severely damaged by fire. The clinic, located at 409 Main St. was one of several businesses damaged. Fortunately, no one was hurt. Cass Family Medicine patients will be able to receive care with their current med...
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  • This morning, Cass Family Medicine, a clinic of OneWorld Community Health Centers in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, was severely damaged by fire. The clinic, located at 409 Main St. was one of several businesses damaged. Fortunately, no one was hurt. Cass Family Medicine patients will be able to receive care with their current medical provider at the OneWorld clinic located at Livestock Exchange Campus, 4930 S. 30th St. in Omaha. The number to call for appointments is 402-296-2345.
    OneWorld CEO Andrea Skolkin said, "Everyone at OneWorld Community Health Centers is deeply saddened by the loss of businesses and property during the recent fire on Main Street. Our hearts go out to everyone who is affected by the fire. We want to assure you that Cass Family Medicine is dedicated to the Plattsmouth community and we will rebuild. Our patients will be able to continue to receive care with their same providers at our clinic at the Livestock Exchange Campus, 4930 S. 30th St. in Omaha. We are very thankful that nobody was hurt during the fire and are grateful to the first responders who were on the scene. We will keep you updated on our efforts to re-open the clinic."
    Long known for providing quality affordable health care; individuals are welcome with or without insurance, including Kids Connection, Medicaid and Medicare. OneWorld operates seven clinical locations in Omaha; including the clinic at the Historic Livestock Exchange Campus in South Omaha, OneWorld West on 120th and I Streets, Cass Family Medicine in Plattsmouth, Crossroads Recovery and Health at Community Alliance, a mobile dental clinic and four school-based health centers at Bryan High School, Indian Hill, Spring Lake and Liberty elementary schools.
    Established in 1970, OneWorld Community Health Centers, in partnership with the community, provides culturally respectful, quality health care with special attention to the underserved. OneWorld is a federally qualified health center (FQHC) and provides comprehensive primary health care, dental, mental health/substance abuse services, and affordable medications. For more information, visit www.oneworldomaha.org.
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