Geriatric & Senior Services at the Geriatric Assessment Clinic

Helping the older adult and family navigate age-related health challenges

Whether you’re facing age-related health changes or other cognitive challenges, it’s important to have a trusted support network. The Geriatric Assessment Clinic can help with its individualized approach in diagnosis, treatment and care.

The clinic focuses on adults with known or suspected cognitive changes due to dementia, stroke, injury, neurological disease or other causes. With a thorough evaluation, our staff can help determine if the changes are related to normal aging, disease or illness, the effects of medication, or psychological factors.

The Geriatric Assessment Clinic Team

Our multidisciplinary team of professionals, all specially trained to meet the needs of older adults, is led by fellowship-trained geriatric physicians. It also includes a neuropsychologist, social workers and a pharmacist.

We partner with Methodist Physicians Clinic primary care providers to find solutions for patients facing age-related and cognitive challenges.

Signs an Evaluation May Be Helpful

Individuals who may benefit most from our services include those with:

  • Memory loss
  • Multiple medical conditions
  • Social/psychological issues
  • Falls
  • Incontinence
  • Wandering
  • Depression
  • Weight loss
  • Decline in or a lack of independent functioning
  • Safety concerns

Recommendations: What to expect

Individualized recommendations may include:

  • Adjusting medication
  • Treating depression
  • Starting an exercise program
  • Using community resources
  • Receiving education on age-related issues

Schedule an appointment

The Geriatric Assessment Clinic welcomes referrals from Methodist Physicians Clinic primary care providers. To establish a primary care provider, go to or contact our physician referral service at (402) 354-8888 or (800) 958-6498.

Meet our Geriatric providers.


Contact us

Geriatric Assessment Clinic
8901 West Dodge Road, Suite 250
Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: (402) 354-3152
Fax: (402) 354-8720