Community Memorial Hospital will host a Love Lights ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 6, featuring holiday refreshments, an official tree lighting and musical entertainment.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — A recent story highlighted how Froedtert & MCW health network has pledged $1.65 million to convert a vacant office suite in Menomonee Falls into a dental clinic for low-income adults and children. This story also appeared in BizTimes.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — The new McKinley Health Center, opening Nov. 16, was featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The health center aims to establish a link to the community and provide health care services to a diverse group of patients in the Milwaukee Downtown area. In addition to a walk-in facility, the health center will offer primary care, podiatry, orthopedics, sports medicine, physical therapy and rehabilitation services. Radiology and laboratory services also will be offered.
Sharon Miscikowski, West Bend, RN on the Med/Surg unit, has been recognized with St. Joseph’s Hospital’s second quarter DAISY Award for her patient care and professionalism.
Germantown Health Center will host a community open house Saturday, Nov. 11, 8 – 10 a.m., to showcase the newly renovated health center.
The Well Wisher Gift Shop at St. Joseph’s Hospital, 3200 Pleasant Valley Road, West Bend, will hold a holiday open house for the community Nov. 14 and 15, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sisters Bridget Grover, of Mayville, and Brittany Moll, of West Bend, gave birth within 18 hours of each other at St. Joseph’s Hospital, West Bend.
Froedtert & MCW health network will make a $1.65 million investment to improve access to dental care for medically underserved people living in Waukesha County.
On Nov. 16, the new Froedtert & MCW McKinley Health Center will open its doors at 1271 N. 6th St., bringing more health care services to people who live and work in downtown Milwaukee and surrounding neighborhoods.
From the Green Bay Press Gazette — A story ran on Gannett’s website today about “Unsung Heroes” who work behind the scenes to ensure coordinated transplant care and exceptional outcomes. The theme of the story was really “it takes a village,” and focused particularly on two transplant coordinators and their role in the care of a complex patient who received a liver transplant earlier this year at Froedtert Hospital.
Jeff Janis, Dorsey Levens, and Froedtert & MCW Cancer Network team up to raise awareness for prostate cancer
Green Gold & Growing, a prostate cancer public awareness campaign, kicked off Oct. 30, when Jeff Janis and Dorsey Levens shaved their facial hair to get a “clean start” before challenging men to join them in growing out their facial hair throughout the month of November.
From CBS58 — Neuropsychologist, David Sabsevitz, PhD, explains how he worked with UWM to develop a powerful tool to map brain function in real time during “awake” brain surgery. Froedtert Hospital has been using NeuroMapper since early this year. It is now being used at three other U.S. academic medical centers.
From Fox6 — A study underway at the Froedtert & MCW Cancer Center and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is arming young adults receiving cancer treatment with Fitbits to track their physical activity to determine if exercise can reduce side effects like fatigue, nausea and sleep disturbances.
Of the 981 physicians in the state of Wisconsin selected for the Best Doctors in America® 2017-2018 list, nearly two-thirds are Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) faculty physicians and/or alumni.