Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital's mission speaks to our commitment to improving the quality of life for the communities we serve. To that end, we reach beyond the walls of our hospital into Waukesha and Washington Counties with a diverse offering of services and programs that benefit "vulnerable populations" — people with limited/affordable access to healthcare services.
We are proud of our commitment to your health and well-being. One step at a time, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital (formerly known as Community Memorial Hospital) will continue to improve the quality of life in our community and beyond.
Community Health Needs Assessment
Froedtert Health is a member of the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership, a public private consortium dedicated to improving care for underserved populations in Milwaukee County. Through the Partnership, five health systems and the Waukesha County Health Department aligned resources to complete a shared community health needs assessment (CHNA) from June to September 2017. Supported by additional analysis from the Center for Urban Population Health, this robust community-wide CHNA includes findings from a community health survey of over 400 adults, 50 key informant interviews and a secondary source data analysis.
- Waukesha County Community Health Survey Summary 2017
- Waukesha County Community Health Survey Report 2017
- Waukesha County Key Informant Report 2017
- Waukesha County Secondary Data Report 2017
In March 2015, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital collaborated on a community health needs assessment with JKV Research, LLC, along with Aurora Health Care, Children’s Wisconsin, Columbia St. Mary's Health System, ProHealth Care, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare and the Waukesha County Public Health Department. The assessment was the compilation of state, county and community health assessments along with interviews from 50 key community informants ranging from school district representatives, public health officials, non-profit health and human service professionals, police departments, free clinics and business professionals throughout Waukesha County.
The following reports are instrumental in prioritizing significant health needs with in our community to implement strategies for the overall improvement.
- Waukesha County Community Health Survey Summary 2015
- Waukesha Key Informant Report 2015
- Waukesha Secondary Data Report 2015
In February 2012, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital collaborated on a community survey with JKV Research, LLC, along with Aurora Health Care, Children’s Wisconsin, Columbia St. Mary’s Health System, ProHealth Care, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, the Washington County Health Department and the Waukesha County Health Department. Here are the reports from that survey:
In June 2011, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital undertook a community health needs assessment. The assessment was the compilation of state, county and community health assessments along with interviews from 35 different community informants ranging from school district representatives, public health officials, non-profit health and human service professionals, churches, police/fire departments, free clinics and business professionals throughout Waukesha and Washington Counties:
Key Areas of Community Health Care Needs
Our community benefit efforts are based on identified community health needs established from a community health needs assessment conducted in 2017.
Identified Community Health Needs:
- Access to health care services and navigation of community resources
- Mental health / Alcohol and other drug abuse
- Chronic disease prevention and management
- Nutrition and physical activity
Community Engagement by the Numbers
Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital's total benefit to the community in fiscal year 2017 was more than $17 million.
Community Outreach Steering Committee Grant
Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital’s commitment includes grants to local not-for-profit organizations that support community health improvement efforts focused on access to primary care, chronic disease management, mental health and prevention and wellness in the hospital’s service area. Annually $50,000 of grants are awarded to local non-profit organizations. To apply or for more information contact Andy Dresang at 262-257-3047 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Outreach Health Clinic
The Community Outreach Health Clinic is a community-based, private, non-profit autonomous agency governed by Community Outpatient Services with a mission to:
- Provide quality, non-emergency medical, dental and pharmaceutical care
- Refer clients to appropriate community services
- Encourage a preventive, wellness lifestyle through education and counseling
To uninsured and underinsured persons residing in Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital’s service area, using volunteer professional staff.
Learn more about the Community Outreach Health Clinic.
Hope to Health Campaign
The Medical College of Wisconsin and Froedtert Hospital have launched a campaign to turn the hope that we all share into the health we all deserve. This unprecedented philanthropic initiative is aimed at addressing our most urgent priorities: accelerating research and advancing patient care, driving health and vitality with our community, transforming health care education, and leading the way in cancer research and care. With your support, we can turn Hope to Health for our region, our state and beyond.