From FOX6 — Cancer care doesn't happen to someone from nine-to-five — then take a break. Neither should cancer care. Liz Malosh, a registered nurse who manages the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin 24-hour Cancer Clinic, and Lauren Lanza, a patient who used the clinic, joined FOX6 WakeUp. The 24-Hour Cancer Clinic is a unique concept and one of only a handful in the country.
From BizTimes — A workplace health clinic will open this fall at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, making free health services available to all of Potawatomi’s approximately 2,500 employees.
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino has selected Froedtert & MCW Workforce Health, a provider of wellness programs and healthcare services for employers, to operate and staff a workplace health clinic at its Milwaukee location.
From Today’s TMJ4 — Planting flowers is actually part of Phill’s rehabilitation at Froedtert Hospital. Phill suffered a spinal cord injury three weeks ago. Erinn Kulba, Froedtert Hospital recreational therapist, is part of the interdisciplinary team that addresses patients' physical recovery as well as their psychological health with the goal of helping them resume their lives with as much independence as possible. Froedtert Hospital Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program is proud to be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), a recognition of our commitment to excellence in patient care.
Downtown area residents will be able to participate in free health screenings; meet doctors and nurses; connect with local organizations and community partners including The Juice Kitchen, Milwaukee Police Department (District 1), Progressive Community Health Center, and more.
From Fox6 — Dr. Lubna Chaudhary, medical oncologist specializing in the treatment of breast cancer at Froedtert & MCW Clinical Cancer Center; and Assistant Professor at MCW, talks about the findings of a just-released study that looked at women with breast cancer and suggests chemo may no longer be necessary treatment for certain women with breast cancer.
From the Green Bay Press Gazette — A 45-year-old Appleton man facing an incurable cancer of the immune system joined a clinical trial testing an emerging cancer therapy. His doctors at the Froedtert & MCW Clinical Cancer Center saw it as his best option after exhausting all other available treatments. Six weeks later, his cancer was undetectable. A closer look at the research that led to this breakthrough treatment was featured in BizTimes.
Robert Gibson, MD, an internal medicine physician at St. Joseph’s Hospital and West Bend resident, has been honored with the fifth annual Excellence in Medicine Award from St. Joseph’s Hospital.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — The Milwaukee Brewers' team medical director thanks his Froedtert & MCW "dream team" for getting him through a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
High quality care in an inviting, streamlined setting close to home when sudden medical needs arise. That’s the idea behind an innovative neighborhood hospital being introduced by the Froedtert & MCW health network to help ease capacity constraints at its existing hospitals.
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.