Community Memorial Hospital

Campus Receives a Facelift

Work is in the final phase
as the main entrance
to the hospital is rebuilt.

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Orthopaedic, Sports
and Spine Center

All the specialists you need
in one convenient location.
Now open in Menomonee Falls.

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Timeless Treasures
Gift Shop

Brighten someone’s day
by delivering a special gift.

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Community Memorial News

Slinger Resident Named DAISY Award Winner Community Memorial Hospital recognized Melanie Sinclair, RN, as their second quarter DAISY award winner. A patient’s family recognized Sinclair for her patient care as well as the thorough and thoughtful explanations she provided her patients and their families.

2014 Spirit of Caring Award Recipients The 2014 Spirit of Caring – Community Service was awarded to Dr. Michael Miller, while the Spirit of Caring – Excellence in the Medical Profession was awarded to Dr. Richard Wakefield.

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Classes & Events

High School Sports Physicals
July 2014
Our high school sports physicals are an inexpensive option to obtain the physical exam required by the WIAA to enroll in high school sports. Appointment required.

Wheeling for Healing Family Bike Ride
Saturday, Aug. 9
Join riders of all ages and abilities at Community Memorial Hospital for a bike ride through Menomonee Falls and the surrounding area. All proceeds benefit Community Memorial Hospital’s Cancer Care Center.

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50 Years of Caring

On July 1, 2014, Community Memorial Hospital celebrated an important milestone … 50 Years of Caring! Join us as we look back on the past 50 years, and share your story of what Community Memorial Hospital means to you.

Froedtert Today

In latest edition of Froedtert Today, you’ll meet a number of our inspiring patients and their care teams, including Melissa, who delivered her second set of twins at Community Memorial Hospital: “It was like catching up with old friends.” Plus: treating advanced lung cancer, sleep apnea, heart attack treatment and recovery, avoiding dementia, lung transplant, and what’s new for advanced colorectal and prostate cancers.