EMS professionals are essential members of the health care team. The Froedtert & MCW health network values the dedication of our EMS partners. We appreciate the partnership we have with them to provide quality care and save lives within the communities we serve.

To contact one of our hospitals for EMS inquiries related to patients, equipment issues, quality concerns, or professional issues, select the location below.

EMS Liaisons

  • Froedtert Hospital Trauma Center: Pete Siegmann
  • Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital: Nicole Porter
  • Froedtert West Bend Hospital: Sue Wolf
  • Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital: Contact the EMS Program Manager using the link below.
  • Froedtert Community Hospital - Mequon, New Berlin, Oak Creek and Pewaukee Emergency Department: Contact the EMS Program Manager using the link below.

EMS Program Manager

Froedtert Health: Heather McCartney

MCW Division of EMS Medicine

Medical College of Wisconsin MCW Division of EMS Medicine
Professor and Chief: M. Riccardo Colella, DO, MPH, FACEP

EMS Educational Opportunities

For inquiries about EMS continuing education session offerings for all EMS providers, please contact Heather McCartney, EMS program manager.

Midwest Regional Trauma/Acute Care Surgery Symposium & Comprehensive Injury Center Wisconsin Community Safety Fund Symposium

June 5 – 7, 2023
Medical College of Wisconsin, 8701 W. Watertown Plank Road, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Learn More and Register

Cardiac Catheterization Observations

The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network is dedicated to improving processes and addressing quality care issues regarding the care of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patients. As an essential part of the treatment team, we invite EMS professionals to observe cardiac catheterization procedures. To learn more or to schedule an observation time, please contact Heather McCartney, EMS program manager.

Community Wellness

As an advocate for health and wellness in our communities, knowing the needs of people who live in these communities is vital. For this reason, every three years we complete a community health assessment to study the health needs in the communities we serve.