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.
Froedtert & MCW Workforce Health Names Executive Director of Business Development for Employer Services
Transformative cancer treatment now available at the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center
The Importance of Safe Sleep Environments for Babies: A Special Certification at St. Joseph's Hospital
From Today’s TMJ4 — This past September, Froedtert & MCW St. Joseph’s Hospital became the first hospital in the state to achieve certification from the Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification program.
From Today’s TMJ4 — Expectant moms often have a lot of questions during pregnancy, and many are getting answers instantly thanks to an app offered by Froedtert & MCW Birth Centers.
From Today's TMJ4 — Gretchen Dodgion’s routine ultrasound 12 weeks into her pregnancy showed the possibility of a genetic abnormality. When further tests confirmed Trisomy 21, commonly referred to as Down syndrome, Gretchen and her husband learned about our Maternal Fetal Care Center who supported them during pregnancy and beyond.
From Today's TMJ4 — Last year, Jessica Wickersheimer put up billboards throughout southeast Wisconsin looking for a kidney donor. Not only did she receive a kidney and make a lifelong friend, but she also helped save six additional lives when others, initially wanting to donate to Jessica, continued with the altruistic donation process.
From Fox6 — Patients, staff and visitors at Froedtert Hospital were treated to some holiday cheer by Security Officer Jonathan Landis, Security Supervisor Santino Laster and EVS Housekeeper Anthony Weary. The trio worked their way through the hospital, spreading cheer by singing, and playing guitar and violin. This story also appearer on WISN12.
From Managed Healthcare Executive — Kate Sweeney, RN, director of patient support services at the Froedtert & MCW Clinical Cancer Center outlined three ways healthcare execs can increase cancer awareness efforts.