Sure, no problem.
Scottsbluff is in the western part of the state, actually only half an hour from the wyoming border, about an hour north of colorado. This is not the stereotypical flat corn country most folks think of when they think nebraska, though some people do raise corn. More is beets, beans, and cattle. What SB has going for it is the Scotts Bluff Monument, as well as the Wildcat hills, providing some topographic relief. Town is about 10,000 I think, maybe more if you count Gering/Terrytown which are contigous.
As for the hospital, I did my nursing school rotations there and was shocked at how modern and nice it is. There is EMAR and electronic charting throughout, 24 hour (I believe...) pharmacy support, and generally good staff relations and esprit de corp. I assume you would be going into NICU; FYI it is not, from what I have heard from others, a traditonal NICU, in fact complicated pregnancies typically get shipped to Denver. That said, they still get full on complex babies there too from time to time. But the NICU is contigous with the nursery, it is all the same space. L and D and nursery/NICU nurses all work 3-3 shifts, although there is talk of this changing. Occasionally they may (?) float to the peds floor, but peds is usually pretty quiet there.
Not sure what else I can tell you...the cafeteria serves great food, the cost of living in SB is very low, it is about 3 hours from Denver (major airport), though Great Lakes Air does fly into SB as well.
If you have other questions, let me know.