From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Kathy’s House, a nonprofit hospital guest house near the Froedtert & MCW academic medical center campus, provides an affordable home away from home for out of town patients. Kathy’s House recently honored two of its founders with a special award recognizing their contributions.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network plan small-scale ‘neighborhood hospital’ in Mequon
From BizTimes — A small-scale neighborhood hospital planned for Mequon will bring an innovative new idea in hospital care to Wisconsin.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Health Network earns 2018 Safety Net Urban Health Partner of the Year Award
From Urban Milwaukee — The Wisconsin Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (WAFCC) recently awarded the health network the 2018 Safety Net Urban Health Partner of the year award for our commitment to underserved populations. Wisconsin Health News also covered this story.
From Today’s TMJ4 — After thinking she was just gaining weight, a Delavan woman was shocked to learn she had 30 pounds of tumors growing in her stomach from a rare type of appendix cancer. Her cancer team, led by Harveshp Mogal, MD, and the surgical oncology team, performed a hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) procedure, which administers heated chemotherapy to the abdomen. Now, six months later, the patient is cancer free and spreading the word about the outstanding care she received.
Kettle Country Kids 4H Club, which consists of about 20 members from the Farmington and Kewaskum area, recently donated 20 “boredom bags,” fleece blankets and stuffed animals to be given to St. Joseph’s Hospital pediatric patients.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Health Network Earns 2018 Safety Net Urban Health Partner of the Year Award
The Froedtert & MCW health network has been named the 2018 Safety Net Urban Health Partner of the Year by the Wisconsin Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (WAFCC) for the health network’s commitment to the underserved populations in its service areas.
From before sunrise to after sunset, these doctors cared for Greendale, and Greendale cared for them
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Now News Group) — While the rest of Greendale slept, two of the community's doctors were up at 5 a.m. driving through the dark to see how their hospital patients were getting along. In the most recent years, the practice moved from its gas station beginnings next to the Greendale Village Hall to a new, far-larger building at 6220 W. Loomis Road, built for the practice by Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network.
Katie Kuhn and Hannah Streese Recognized with St. Joseph’s Hospital Excellence in Nursing and Support Personnel Award
Katie Kuhn, Birth Center RN, and Hannah Streese, Outpatient Care Center wound care technician, both of West Bend, are the recipients of the 2018 St. Joseph’s Hospital Excellence in Nursing Award and Excellence in Nursing Support Personnel Award, respectively.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Terri Alleman moved to Wisconsin from Casper, Wyoming, in August 2017 to receive treatment for a rare type of breast cancer. She wanted a physician at an academic medical center with experience. She’s undergone surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation. She participated in a research study. Terri went home last weekend but will return for scheduled check ups.
From ABC News/ABC World News Tonight with David Muir — ABC World News Tonight did a follow-up story about heart transplant recipient Kristin, who met her donor family for the first time at a 5k run supporting organ donation awareness.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — When kidney transplant recipient Jevonie set out to meet his donor’s mother, he was completely surprised to find they both had matching tattoos of his donor’s heartbeat. This story was also covered by:
A new health care clinic to serve residents of Milwaukee’s near south side will be built in West Milwaukee on a 2.3 acre site at 4603 W. Mitchell St. In August 2015, Froedtert & MCW health network announced a $12 million commitment to build the clinic, in partnership with Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers. Pending approval of the Village of West Milwaukee Plan Commission, construction will begin by fall 2018, with completion expected in summer 2019.
When treating a stroke, time matters; "Every minute you wait, you have millions of neurons potentially dying"
From Fox6 — Last August, Michael Campbell suffered a stroke. His girlfriend knew the signs of a stroke when his face drooped, and his speech slurred as they were sitting down for dinner. She called 911 immediately. The EMS providers prenotified the team of physicians, nurses and technicians at Community Memorial Hospital so the Emergency Department team would be ready.