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Midwest Regional Health Services

Primary Care Practice & Family Medicine located in Omaha, NE

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Midwest Regional Health Services

Dr. Donald Darst, owner of Midwest Regional Health Services, is thrilled to announce the sale of the practice to doctors:  Kenneth Blad, Marge Bisenius, Toby Shinaut and Ryan Biga!  This physician group has been working together and taking care of patients together for more than 10 years.  The sale of the company to this new generation of physicians is a testament to their belief in independent practice—which allows for individual physician style - always putting the patient’s needs first.  “It’s been one of my greatest joys to see the work we started here to carry on by the amazing team built over the last 18 years,” says Dr. Darst.

The loyal employees of MRHS are also excited to continue the legacy that was started in 2002.  Working with the team at Midwest Regional Health Services is one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.  I am so proud of what we do for our patients.  I can’t wait to see where the new owners take us.”  says Chief Operating Officer, Shelley Henderson.   The spirit of the clinic that became the very first primary care organization in the State of Nebraska to adopt and be recognized as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home by NCQA (put all out) will remain intact. 

Dr. Kenneth Blad, the new CEO, “My partners and I want our patients and employees to know that our mission to provide quality care within the family-orientated culture remains our mission.  Our commitment is the same!”. 

Midwest Regional Health Services continues to provide primary care to all ages.  Office hours remain Monday through Saturday—with evening, telehealth, and curbside appointments available.  It is expected that the new ownership will live up to the motto… Let our family care for yours!

Our medical spa partner, Aislinn Medical Spa, opened its doors in February 2020, in Gretna, NE. The name Aislinn is an Irish word that means dream. Aislinn Medical Spa invites you to look and feel your best with the help of their providers.


 We Want to be here when you need us!

We offer SAME DAY/WALK IN ACUTE access for all patients! Not feeling well - and you don’t have an appointment - no problem - just walk-in and a member of our clinical team will see you.


Our Principles

Physician Directed Care - Ready Access to Care (We will get you in within 24 hours of your call)


For your convenience, we accept most major insurance plans. Please contact the office with any questions related to coverage.

Blue Cross Blue Shield
Midlands Choice
United Health Care

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We offer Telehealth services through Zoom, Google Duo and Facetime!

- Free smartphone application to connect with your provider for a healthcare visit.
- Saves time and is billed to your insurance.
- Let the front desk know if you would like to sign up today.

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Omaha Magazine Best of Omaha 2019 Text: Midwest Regional Health Services was named to Omaha Magazine's "Best of Omaha 2019"


opening hours

Monday7:30am - 5:00pm
Tuesday7:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday7:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday7:00am - 6:00pm
Friday7:30am - 4:00pm

phone staff hours

MondayPhone staff 8am-5pm
TuesdayPhone staff 8am-5pm
WednesdayPhone staff 8am-5pm
ThursdayPhone staff 8am-5pm
FridayPhone staff 8am-4pm
SaturdayPhone staff 8am-12pm

get in touch

2727 S 144th Street
Suite 280
Omaha, NE 68144

fax: (833) 985-0140

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