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OMAHA – Dr. Hayley Timm has always enjoyed working with kids.
Her mother was a principal and her father was an elementary school teacher, so topics of discussion in their home usually revolved around children. Throughout high school, college and medical school, Dr. Timm’s volunteer activities included helping at kids’ music and sports camps, tutoring students after school, and spending time with patients at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha.
“It really makes your job fun and meaningful every day to know that you’re working to help make kids better,” she said. “There’s nothing better than that.”
Dr. Timm earned her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She completed her medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, and she was a pediatric resident and resident clinical instructor at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital/Michigan State University.
Why choose to work at Methodist Physicians Clinic?
“I think that what they stand for, ‘The Meaning of Care,’ and the mission that Methodist has was really a draw for me,” she said. “Thinking about the whole patient, the whole family. Methodist is about individualized care.”
For Dr. Timm, being a doctor is more than a job. It’s a calling.
“It’s something that I really feel deeply about,” she said. “Serving people is more than just a quick office visit. It’s getting to know them, getting to know the families and making sure that they feel special when they’re being seen.”
Dr. Timm is now seeing patients at Methodist Physicians Clinic Council Bluffs (933 E. Pierce St.). Appointments can be made by calling 712-396-4310.