At this time, masks at all NHO facilities are OPTIONAL. However, we ask that any person in our facilities experiencing cold, flu, or respiratory symptoms continue to wear a mask throughout their visit. Thank you! For more about our mask and visitor policy, please click HERE.

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NHO is my Safe Haven
Rick was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in 2020 and turned to Dr. Mosalpuria and the team of experts at NHO for his care. This team gave him the support he needed to get through his diagnosis.
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NHO Radiation Oncology
NHO Radiation Oncology's North Lincoln Clinic is now open featuring Nebraska's FIRST Elekta Versa HD, which can perform radiosurgery with 1mm precision in under 2 minutes.
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Certified for Quality
NHO was the first practice in Nebraska to be QOPI Certified by the largest oncology association in the United States. This year, we continue to be recognized for the highest standards in quality cancer care after being re-certified by the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
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The Support You Need
NHO offers a wide variety of support groups for various aspects of dealing with cancer including a general support group, brain fog, support for children who have adult loved ones with cancer, and a widow/widower support group. All groups are free to NHO patients but registration is required.
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The NHO Difference

Nebraska Hematology-Oncology is a highly-skilled team of healthcare professionals right here in Nebraska, offering personalized treatment plans for those diagnosed with cancer or blood disorders. We are always supporting those in our community, especially when needed most.

As an independent medical practice, our physicians know our patients by name and approach their care with open hearts and attentive minds. Our well-established reputation is derived from heartfelt patient and family testimonials who appreciated the tender care and exceptional expertise they received at NHO.


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Your First Visit

Patients newly diagnosed with cancer may be very nervous about their first appointment. At Nebraska Hematology-Oncology, we understand these worries and want to ease the anxiety felt by patients and their loved ones. 

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What NHO Patients Say

"This doctor has been providing my cancer care since 2008, and I feel that I have been extremely fortunate to have had such a warm and caring doctor. The team you have is absolutely the best. Thank you so very much!"

"I love this office. Every single time, every single person I encounter is so friendly and helpful. So much so that I am transferring my husband's care to your office."

"My experience has gone as well as it possibly can considering the situation. I honestly can't imagine going through this with any other oncology team!"

"I feel like the staff treats me like I am very important. That they do everything they can for me. I never feel like they are rushing off to the next task or patient. I feel very informed and feel they are doing everything possible for me." 

"Since my diagnosis all through my treatment, I have always felt that I have had the very best treatment I could have gotten anywhere. This clinic has been my safe haven. From the time I walk thorugh the door until I leave, I have felt completely safe and cared for."

"I have always felt very fortunate going to NHO. They worked well with my other doctor providing the best care. Everyone is so respectful and nice. Their job is not an easy one but they always listen. They always ease your concerns and fears. It's a great place to go at the worst time in your life."

"So happy I chose NHO for my cancer care. My sister is also a patient getting great care for her cancer. Thank you for all you do."

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NHO Notes

To alleviate the financial burden of cancer treatment, the American Cancer Society (ACS) recently awarded a $5,000 transportation grant to Nebraska Hematology-Oncology (NHO). The grant is one of 380 transportation grants totaling $6.2 million awarded...
Nebraska Hematology-Oncology (NHO) recently announced an innovative new program to reduce the impact of secondary lymphedema in cancer patients and survivors. The new program will include at-risk cancer patients, including patients with breast cancer...
Nebraska Hematology-Oncology (NHO) has announced the launch of Hope Huddle, a unique support group that brings children and teens together with their adult loved ones who have been affected by cancer. This group gives young people the chance to spend...