From CBS 58 — The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center and the Froedtert & MCW health network are partnering to open a rehabilitation clinic inside the JCC. At the clinic, staff will provide services including physical therapy, ACL injury care and prevention, neurological rehabilitation and spine therapy. Also covered by BizTimes.
Milwaukee, Wis. – The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center (JCC) and the Froedtert & MCW health network are pleased to announce that they are partnering to enhance the health of JCC members and bring a new level of services to the North Shore community.
West Bend, Wis. — St. Joseph’s is accepting nominations for it’s sixth annual “Excellence in Medicine” award, which recognizes the accomplishments of an individual physician/PA/APNP/CRNA at St. Joseph’s Hospital and celebrates the work of all of our providers.
Nominees are evaluated based on:
Froedtert & MCW health network has expanded its relationship with NX Level Athletics, a Waukesha-based, nationally known athletic performance enhancement training facility for people of all ages.
St. Joseph’s Hospital to host community blood drive March 13, $10 Subway gift card given with donation
St. Joseph’s Hospital, 3200 Pleasant Valley Road, West Bend, will host a community blood drive Wednesday, March, 13, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participants will receive a $10 gift card to Subway with donation.
Froedtert Health's Director of Enterprise Care Coordination and Redesign Dr. Erika Smith on delivering better care: 'Focus on how you are providing value'
From Becker's Hospital Review — Becker's Hospital Review asked Erika Smith, PharmD, our director of enterprise care coordination and redesign to discuss her proudest moments at Froedtert, the advice she would offer other organizations looking to redesign care and what she would change about healthcare overnight.
From WUWM — A 47-year-old Wisconsin woman will get a better idea next week of how well a new cancer treatment device is doing at attacking her liver tumor. The Froedtert & MCW Clinical Cancer Center recently became the second facility in the U.S. to offer the latest version of a high-tech unit. It simultaneously takes images of a tumor, and delivers high-dose radiation.
From Fox 6 — Starting a family is something many couples dream of and plan for, but conceiving a child can come with challenges. In fact, "non-traditional" childbirth is becoming more common."About two to three percent of babies born every year in the U.S. are conceived through IVF," said Dr. Katherine Schoyer.
From BizTimes — Inception Health LLC, Wauwatosa-based Froedtert & MCW health network’s innovation arm, plays a unique role in the health system: to change a change-resistant industry from within. From the digital health hub, which has largely operated quietly since it was formed in 2015, homegrown innovations are conceived and external innovations vetted in hopes of solving key health care problems. In the past three years, Inception has implemented more than 30 projects that are now live within the health system, with another 20 in the queue.
From CBS 58 — Tom, an MPS teacher, came to us around Thanksgiving with what he thought was pneumonia and shortness of breath. Additional testing showed a massive cancerous tumor that was blocking 90 percent of his airway. The location and size of the tumor required a world-renowned team of specialists and care teams, who put him on ECMO and worked quickly to save his life. Interventional pulmonologist Jon Kurman, MD, was interviewed about the importance of Tom being treated at the Froedtert & MCW health network. Tom is already back to teaching and feels great.
From Today's TMJ4 — Since receiving a heart transplant almost two years ago, patient Darrin Reasby started multiple businesses that teach youth the importance of entrepreneurship, art and culture, and financial management. Darrin credits the Froedtert & MCW heart transplant team, including transplant surgeons Lyle Joyce, MD, and David Joyce, MD, for helping with his successes.
From The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Paula Wendt, a 47-year-old school nurse and mother of three, became the second cancer patient in the U.S. to be treated with a new device that combines the precision of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with the tumor-killing power of radiation.