Due to rising numbers of COVID-19 infections in our community, NHO strongly encourages the use of medical-grade masks for patients and visitors. If you do not have a medical-grade mask (3-ply surgical or procedure mask) we will be happy to provide one for you at the clinic. See any NHO team member for assistance. Thank you for helping us keep each other safe!



Nurse with patient in infusion centerAt Nebraska Hematology-Oncology, our mission is to guide and support our patients and their families through the challenges of cancer and blood disorders. Our doctors, nurses, and staff focus on providing comprehensive, compassionate care.

Our philosophy begins and ends with the belief that to best care for a patient we must first care about the person. Even understanding one step further – that the best patient care is provided because the employees of NHO also care for one another.  



What does it take to be a part of the team?

  • Compassion – We’re looking for people who find joy in caring for others. Whether it’s through your technical skills or a friendly smile – you find yourself assisting those around you at every turn.
  • Drive – Our list of important things is long and getting longer every day! We’re on the lookout for those who are excited about being an integral part of the NHO team!
  • Great communication – Our clinic only functions when all our departments are working together. We need people who understand the nuances of our environment who are ready be involved in conversations that require evaluation, intention, and grace.
  • Teamwork – Does the collaboration of experiences, ideas, and skillsets with those around you excite you? We understand that together we can accomplish so much more than any of us can on our own!

Here at NHO we are in constant search for dynamic individuals. We understand that if any one of us falters in the above tenets, it will impact our ability to give exceptional care. That’s something that’s not in our DNA. As a result, each NHO employee understands this and strives to excel in these areas to be the best we can for each other and our patients.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

Linsey Hulbert
Human Resource & Regulatory Compliance Manager
4004 Pioneer Woods Drive
Lincoln, NE 68506              

Medical Coder

This position is responsible for administrative duties in the business office and other areas of need within the organization. In this position, you will play a key role in reviewing and analyzing medical billing and coding for processing.

Clinical Care Team

Performs selected nursing and/or clerical duties as directed by physicians, professional nursing staff and/or administration. Performs selected nursing care for clinic patients following established standards and practices.

Front Office Specialist

Welcome and greet patients and visitors. Serve as liaison between the patient and medical staff. Collect vital demographic information and monitor the patient experience. Schedule appointments and assist customers and colleagues as required.

Patient Phone Triage

Answers multi-line phone, screens caller and distributes to appropriate department. Serves as liaison between patient and medical staff.

Research Coordinator

Lead, coordinate, and participate in clinical research studies conducted by principal investigator(s) at Nebraska Hematology-Oncology, PC. Prepare and coordinate study specific regulatory processes and subject visits across multiple studies of different Oncology/Hematology therapeutic areas and phases, in accordance to appropriate regulations, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and study specific protocols/plans and processes.

Patient Advocate, Billing Specialist

Responsible for the accounts receivable functions related to professional fee billing. Performs all procedures for assigned accounts, including charge entry, claims processing, line-item payment posting, denial management, and resolution of insurer payment discrepancies.

Oncology Nurse

The role of the oncology nurse is an integral member of our team who is vital to the success of our ability to care for a special patient population. This individual will require the ability to communicate with the patient and their families and support team compassionately and effectively. A strong work focus is required to deliver professionalism and teamwork. Nursing skills to effectively assess, plan, and carry out comprehensive care plans.