From WISN 12 — The COVID-19 surge has put an overwhelming amount of stress on the Froedtert & MCW health system, including our Emergency Departments. Jason M. Liu, MD, MPH, and Bradley H. Crotty, FACP, MPH, MD, are asking people to find other places to get COVID-19 testing and to come to the Emergency Department only in the event of a real emergency.
From WUWM 89.7 — B. Tucker Woodson, MD, Froedtert& MCW sleep medicine specialist, was recently featured on WUWM 89.7, Milwaukee’s local NPR station, discussing chronic sleep problems, including how COVID-19 changes have affected sleep.
From TMJ 4 — Mary Beth Graham, MD, FIDSA, FACP, medical director of infection prevention and disease control at Froedtert Hospital, talks about how we've already had influenza hospitalizations this year as opposed to none last year and how the only definitive diagnosis between flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and COVID-19 is testing.
From WISN 12 — Nicole Santiago talks about the gift of life she received from living kidney donor, Stacy Schaefer, and the Transplant Center at Froedtert Hospital.
Froedtert & MCW health network announces the retirement of Enterprise Chief Medical Officer Jonathon Truwit, MD
Milwaukee — After eight years as the enterprise chief medical officer for the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network, Jonathon Truwit, MD, will retire effective July 2022. Dr.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Jonathon Dean Truwit, MD, chief medical officer and pulmonologist; Mary Beth Graham, MD, FIDSA, FACP, infectious disease specialist; and Joyce Sanchez, MD, FACP, infectious disease specialist, provided answers to questions regarding the omicron variant of COVID-19.
Doctors say more women are seeking treatment for 'long-haul' COVID-19. Some say more research is needed to know who's most affected.
From Wisconsin Public Radio — Julie Biller, MD, medical director of the Froedtert & MCW Post COVID-19 Care Program and pulmonologist with Froedtert & MCW health network, spoke with Wisconsin Public Radio about long-haul COVID-19 in response to a Mayo Clinic publication about post COVID-19 care.
Former GV Investors Launch Character, a New $ 30 Million Venture Capital Fund with an Investment Strategy Focused on Product Design
From 6park.news — Inception Health, the hub for the Froedtert & MCW health network’s digital health services, recently made an investment in the new Milwaukee-based venture capital fund Character. This investment helps to build the innovation and start-up reputation for Milwaukee while giving the Froedtert & MCW health network early access to some great new entrepreneurs and ideas.
From CBS 58 — Mary Beth Graham, MD, medical director of infection prevention at Froedtert Hospital, discussed the differences in rising COVID-19 infection rates between now and this time last year.
From TMJ4 — Joyce Sanchez, MD, Froedtert & MCW infectious disease specialist, offered insights on testing and vaccination as health officials address efforts to fight the omicron variant of COVID-19.
Delta's resurgence has Wisconsin's hospitals full again, and health care workers are bracing for what the holidays will bring
From the Post Crescent — Michael Stadler, MD, chief medical officer at Froedtert Hospital, talked with the USA TODAY NETWORK about the rise in COVID-19 cases and an increasing number of patients who are seeking care that they put off during the height of the pandemic. Dr. Stadler also talked about the stress this puts on staff and his staff's resilience.
From WISN 12 — Our Post COVID-19 Care Program is helping individuals like Cynthia, a 27-year-old woman with complications from COVID-19. Individuals struggling with ongoing symptoms are referred by providers and have access to specialists with pulmonary, psychiatry, endocrine, hematology, cardiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology and ENT. Since its inception in January 2021, more than 500 individuals from 19 Wisconsin counties have been referred to the program.
From CBS 58 — A Wisconsin man on a mission to raise awareness for living organ donation stopped by Froedtert Hospital as he neared completion of his 1,600-mile donation awareness bike ride. Our Transplant Department showed up to welcome Mark, a living kidney donor, and cheer him on.
From WISN 12 — The concept of viewing and treating violence as a disease may be new to many, but not to Froedtert & MCW trauma surgeons. Marc de Moya, MD; David Milia, MD; and Libby Schroeder, MD, all trauma surgeons at Froedtert Hospital, shared their expertise on how to break the cycle of violence. This story was also covered on CBS 58, Fox6 and TMJ4.
From CBS 58 — As flu season begins, the medical community is concerned it will bring more stress on the health care system. Michael Stadler, MD, chief medical officer at Froedtert Hospital, emphasized, now more than ever, as the pandemic continues to impact our community it is critical for everyone to get the annual flu shot.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Demetrios Douros, MD, orthopaedic specialist at the Froedtert & MCW Sports Medicine Center, discussed the AC joint injury suffered by Green Bay's Jaire Alexander during the Oct. 3 game. Dr. Douros also explained the levels of severity and recovery time.
Fourteen primary care providers who have been practicing in the Sheboygan area for many years will join the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network in November. The providers will practice in locations in Manitowoc, Mequon, Plymouth, Port Washington, Sheboygan and West Bend, with plans for the physicians to return to the Plymouth and Sheboygan area in 2023.
From CBS 58 — Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network is partnering with community organizations to offer free flu clinics in the city of Milwaukee to anyone over the age of 18. Locations include the Jewish Community Pantry, Journey House and United Methodist Children's Services. Please call 414-777-4893 for more information about these clinics.
From CBS 58 — Froedtert Hospital President and MRMC Board Chair Eric Conley and leadership from the City of Wauwatosa and Milwaukee Regional Medical Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of Wauwatosa's most complete street. On campus, 87th Street has undergone construction to transform the thoroughfare into a road easily navigated by pedestrians, cyclists, buses and cars alike. It is now the City of Wauwatosa's most complete street - with dedicated spaces for each of these modes of transportation to easily and safely operate in.