For free help with your job search, call (800) 776-8383.

Good Neighbor Community Health Center

Good Neighbor Community Health Center
The mission of the Good Neighbor Community Health Center is to work in collaboration with the community to increase access to primary preventative health care in order to improve the health of the underserved and vulnerable populations.

Columbus 

Columbus, Nebraska is a community of 21,000 caring people who can boast about a place where the air is still fresh and manners still count. We have a strong work ethic and commitment to family. Children have outdoor dance recitals in our town square. We leave work and we're home in minutes. You can always get a tee time on one of our four golf courses. We are excited to greet the new millennium with old-fashioned values. We are located in a state that has the lowest unemployment rate in the U.S.A., and our community is the most industrialized city per capita in the state.

Columbus, the county seat of Platte County, is located in the east-central part of Nebraska near the confluence of the Platte and Loup Rivers. U.S. Highways 30 and 81 intersect in the city. Columbus is 75 miles northwest of Lincoln and 85 miles west of Omaha.

Columbus is known as "The City of Power and Progress." Basic economic activities of Columbus, a college and county seat city, include manufacturing, education, government, farming, livestock feeding, wholesale and retail sales, tourism, conventions, and transportation. Columbus is also known as the "home of public power in Nebraska."
Today Columbus is the hub of public power in Nebraska with the headquarters of Cornhusker Public Power District, Loup Power District, Nebraska Public Power District, and the Nebraska Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative, Inc.

Education in Columbus, NE is provided by public and private institutions. There is a community college in Columbus and a wide range of colleges within 80 miles.

Columbus Community Hospital moved into a new four-story, 153,000-square-foot-building on 80 acres in 2002 with an attached one-story medical office building called Healthpark, featuring local and visiting physicians, pharmacy, and hospital laboratory.

Columbus has 14 parks covering approximately 290 acres. Lake North's 200 acres offers two miles of beaches for swimmers and sun bathers, and it provides excellent boating and fishing.

 The median price of a home is $110,000 in this family-oriented community.

Visit the Andrew Jackson Higgins Memorial; the rich history at the Platte County Museum; the Quincentenary Belltower; cool off at the Pawnee Plunge waterpark; enjoy camping, fishing and water sports at the Loup Power District Parks; tee off at our many golf courses; visit our wonderful antique and unique gift shops; cheer on your favorite horse or rider at Agricultural Park; or cheer on your favorite driver at US 30 Speedway; tap your toes to the summer music in Frankfort Square. Take a drive through the historic towns of Humphrey, Tarnov, Platte Center, Lindsay, Monroe, Duncan and Creston. So on behalf of the City of Columbus and Platte County we would like to extend a warm greeting to you!


Columbus Website - http://www.columbusne.us/ 

  • Video
  • Slideshow