Greater Nebraska Home Infusion is a family-owned business in Grand Island, Nebraska operated by Rick and Cindy Lobeda.
Through hard work and extensive conversations with health professionals, they recognized a need for Home Infusion and specialty injectable services. Patients in the greater Nebraska area did not have many options for those types of therapies. Most patients were having to stay in the hospital for extended periods of time or returning to the hospital every time they needed treatment which was time consuming and expensive.
So Cindy built GNHI from the ground up with experienced staff, accreditations, insurance contracts, and a state-of-the-art clean room.
We are passionate and experienced, and are dedicated to servicing patients across Nebraska.
MEET OUR TEAM
Cindy attended the University of Nebraska Kearney and then went on to pharmacy school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center graduating in 2000. She and her husband, Rick, have six children and reside just outside of Grand Island.
JaciDirector of Nursing/Office Manager
Jaci has experience in Cardiac Care, Critical Care, and Home Infusion nursing. However, Home Infusion has been her passion for more than two decades. Jaci has provided excellent care to all ages of patients, from infants to elderly. With her extensive experience, patients can be assured that the communication and coordination of all information between referral sources, physicians, patients, and insurance companies is properly completed. Jaci and her husband live on a small acreage outside of Shelton where she enjoys gardening and spending time with her grandchildren.
Shayla graduated from University of Nebraska Lincoln in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in nutrition science. She then went onto University of Nebraska Medical Center where she graduated in 2016. She started at our partner-company, Midwest LTC Pharmacy in July of 2017 and then joined Greater Nebraska Home Infusion in 2019. Shayla and her husband, Justin, reside in Grand Island
JerryAccounts Receivable/Accounts Payable
Jerry’s duties include accounts receivable, accounts payable, and purchasing. He resides in Dannebrog.
Bea’s medical background is an asset in our billing department and she is currently focusing on her business administration degree. Outside of her business management role, she enjoys reading and watching crime dramas and mysteries.
SamSenior Vice President of Business Development
Sam attended Kearney State College, graduating in 1990 with a bachelors degree in Public Relations and Business. Following 20 years of sales in the pharmaceutical industry, he joined Greater Nebraska Home Infusion in October of 2017. Sam and his wife, Lisa, have two children and reside in Grand Island.
RobVice President of Business Development
Rob attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Political Science and minors in History, Philosophy, and English. He was on staff for two Congressmen and worked on Congressional, Senatorial, and Gubernatorial campaigns. Rob’s public relations experience includes time in advertising agencies and promoting the healthcare industry. Rob and his wife, Amy, have one daughter, Jenna, and reside in Grand Island. He enjoys the Huskers, painting, and writing.
Rocky has been delivering for us for over 10 years. He has met a lot of great people, appreciates our patients’ unique situations, and has great respect for patient’s privacy. Getting to know our patients is one of Rocky’s favorite parts of the job! Rocky lives in Grand Island with his wife Vicki, and they love spending time with their grand-kids in Omaha.
Cindy Certified Pharmacy Technician
Cindy has been a practicing pharmacy tech since 2004. She resides in Grand Island with her husband Byron and their two children. Benefited by her 13 years of experience, Cindy dependably provides us with accurate and sterile IV compounding of antibiotics and TPN.
ShannonLead Pharmacy Technician
Shannon has been a Certified Pharmacy Technician in the Home Infusion side of Pharmacy for 17 years. Being able to work directly with patients and offer a high level of customer service is what she enjoys most about her job. She and her husband Jason have three children and they call Grand Island home.
Melissa is an RN graduate from St. Mary’s in Omaha (2003). She was a labor and delivery nurse for 11 years and has been an home infusion nurse for four years. She and her husband stay very busy with their three kids and dog, Oliver. When she does have some free time, she enjoys running.