The Cancer Care Center, part of the Cancer Network, welcomes several Medical College of Wisconsin physicians: urologic oncologists Kenneth Jacobsohn, MD, William See, MD, and thoracic surgeon David Johnstone, MD. Drs. Jacobsohn and See focus their practice on treating patients with prostate, bladder, kidney and testicular cancers, while Dr. Johnstone treats patients with lung, esophageal and other thoracic cancers, as well as benign thoracic diseases.
The Medical Home is an innovative model for care that can transform the health of our communities with a more patient-centered, proactive and evidence based approach proven to help people experience healthier outcomes.
Work is scheduled to remove and replace the Greenfield Avenue Bridge over I-894/US45 starting on January 24. Find out what to expect and how to navigate the construction for this and the other pieces of the zoo interchange project.
Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital and Froedtert Health Clinics are offering comprehensive WIAA-required sports physicals for high school athletes. The comprehensive assessments are required for participation in 2013-2014 Wisconsin Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) sports.
Truven Health Analytics has recognized Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin as one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals®. Those hospitals listed are recognized by the study's authors as bringing higher value to their communities through better quality, higher efficiency and high perceptions of care. Read the press release.
Froedtert Health and The Wisconsin Athletic Club (WAC) are partnering to bring a state-of-the-art sports medicine and fitness facility to Menomonee Falls and the surrounding communities.