Health Care Facilities


Alegent Health System

Alegent Creighton Health is made up of ten acute care hospitals, six of which are located in the Omaha metro area. Bergan Mercy Medical Center, Creighton University Medical Center, Immanuel Medical Center, Lakeside Hospital, Midlands Hospital and Mercy Hospital in neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa. Alegent Creighton Health has more than 100 sites of service, with over 1,300 physicians on its medical staff and roughly 9,000 employees.

Alegent Creighton Health is sponsored by Catholic Health Initiatives. It was created in 1996, resulting from a long-standing partnership between Immanuel Medical Center and Bergan Mercy Medical Center under the Community Health Vision. Both boards unanimously approved the union. The campuses joined together along with Mercy Hospital in Council Bluffs, Iowa and two regional health partners, Corning and Schuyler, as one health care system while maintaining their own identities and religious affiliations. In 1997, Midlands Hospital joined Alegent Health.

Direct digital control system for medical office building including control of variable air volume systems and central air handling units. In addition to the direct digital control system located in the medical building, the entire hospital campus is protected by an automated asset protection system furnished and installed by Control Services, Inc.


Creighton University Medical Center

Creighton University Medical Center (also known as Creighton University Medical Center-Saint Joseph Hospital) is a hospital located in North Downtown Omaha, Nebraska. On April 24, 2012, CUMC signed an agreement to be part of the Alegent Health System during the summer of 2012. It is owned by Creighton University

The hospital is the teaching hospital for the College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, College of Dentistry and the College of Health Careers.

Control Services, Inc. provides and installs building management control systems and fire alarm systems for the healthcare facility in excess of one million square feet. Systems controlled include variable air volume central air


Veterans' Administration Hospital

Three Nebraska VA medical facilities (Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island) integrated in November 1999 to become the newly formed, VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System. Each of the three divisions provide a unique array of health care services.

The Omaha Division is an acute, highly affiliated, tertiary care facility. The Omaha facility provides inpatient, medical, surgical and psychiatric care in addition to its ambulatory care services; the Omaha Division is also home to major clinical research programs. The Grand Island Division focuses on ambulatory and extended care, including geriatric and rehabilitation services. The Lincoln Division focuses on ambulatory care services.

Control Services, Inc. furnished and installed a facility wide energy management for control of central mechanical equipment.


Floyd Valley Hospital

The Floyd Valley Hospital medical campus includes the hospital, a professional medical office building and the Park Place Estates Assisted Living 30 unit assisted living complex. The hospital’s primary service area encompasses Plymouth County and the community of Marcus in Cherokee County.

Control Services, Inc. furnished a Facility Automation System for an entire hospital and medical building facility. Direct digital control of variable air volume central air handling units, variable air volume terminal units, multi-zone air handling units, central chilled and heating water equipment for patient rooms, administration and examination space, operating suites and support areas.


Jefferson County Hospital

Jefferson Community Health Center offers a 25-bed hospital facility in Fairbury, NE. a professional and caring staff offers professional care and personal service to patients and visitors alike.

Jefferson Community Health Center provides its patients with access to many specialists who provide outpatient services right here at home.

Facility Automation System for a rural medical center for the major mechanical equipment and systems as a retrofit to existing pneumatic control systems in order to provide energy consumption reduction.