Cancer Care at Moorland Reserve Health Center in New Berlin, Wis.
Cancer Treatment in Waukesha County and the Surrounding Area
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Network at Moorland Reserve Health Center offers hematology and oncology care for patients with a wide range of cancer diagnoses. Hematology and oncology focus on chemotherapy, hormone therapy and/or immunotherapy and targeted therapies.
Moorland Reserve Health Center's cancer services make it easy for you to receive these daily or weekly treatments close to home. Conveniently located at I-43 and Moorland Road in New Berlin, the health center offers comfortable, state-of-the-art cancer treatment areas and free parking.
Doctors & Staff
Our medical oncologists treat patients for a comprehensive range of cancer diagnoses, and also offer a focus on breast, colorectal, lung and urologic cancers. Our physicians also collaborate regularly with physicians in the community for treatment planning and ongoing care.
Ben George, MD
Amy Harker-Murray, MD
Sailaja Kamaraju, MD
Oncology-certified registered nurses with special certification in chemotherapy and experienced cancer pharmacists are always available to make sure your treatment plan is effective, while managing any quality of life issues.
Because our physicians are part of the Cancer Network, patients have access to an entire team of experts who can support them through the physical, emotional and economic issues that may arise with cancer and its treatment.
If highly specialized treatment is needed, including clinical trials, patients may receive care at the Clinical Cancer Center on the Froedtert Hospital campus in Wauwatosa, and return to their own community for on-going hematology and oncology treatment or follow-up care.
Complete cancer care involves more than treatment; we want to make sure you live well through your cancer treatment into survivorship. Moorland Reserve Health Center offers:
Small Stones Wellness Center
Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cancer and/or cancer treatment can change the way people look and feel, and can affect coping skills. The Small Stones Wellness Center at Moorland Reserve Health Center supports healing by helping patients enhance appearance, promote relaxation and boost self-esteem. Skilled and compassionate staff members help people look their best with one-on-one services. Products and services are designed for patient comfort and well-being, and are safe and appropriate for people receiving cancer treatment. The Small Stones Wellness Center offers skin care and cosmetic products, books, scarves and head coverings. Appointments preferred, but not required.
Our clinical nurse specialist helps patients and their families cope with emotions related to the diagnosis and treatment, such as anxiety, depression, frustration and anger. She offers counseling, assists with family conflicts related to the diagnosis, and can prescribe medications if needed.
Cancer Genetic Assessment
A specially trained, certified genetic counselor helps patients and family understand their risk of developing inherited forms of cancer.
Social workers are available to help cancer patients access community and other resources and receive the support they need.
Oncology-certified nutrition experts assess and recommend solutions to nutrition problems, create customized eating plans, and support cancer patients in maintaining better health throughout treatment and recovery.
Physical and Occupational Therapy
Rehabilitation provided by experienced physical and occupational therapists is an important part of the comprehensive care for patients undergoing cancer treatment. Rehabilitation focuses on improving quality of life and functional independence in mobility, safety and activities of daily living after cancer treatment.
Additional Support Resources Available
Patients at Moorland Reserve may take advantage of additional survivorship resources at any Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin cancer location, including support groups. The following services vary by location. Ask your physician or nurse for more information.
- Social Services
- Registered dietitians
- Cancer rehabilitation services
- Spiritual services
- Palliative care services
- Art therapy
- Smoking cessation
- Fertility preservation
- Cancer Survivors Clinic (St. Joseph’s Hospital Kraemer Cancer Center only)