About Community Memorial Hospital
Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital, founded by the citizens of the community it serves, opened its doors on July 1, 1964. The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission. Community Memorial Hospital strives to enhance and improve the quality of life in Waukesha, Washington, Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties by combining next-generation technology with personalized care.
Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital enjoys a national reputation of excellence as a provider of top quality health care services and has received many awards for innovations. We regularly rank as one of the top hospitals accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
The hospital is affiliated with local Chambers of Commerce in Menomonee Falls, Germantown, Hartford and Sussex. View the Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital fact sheet
Introduction to Community Memorial Hospital
At Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital, we combine next-generation technology with a personal level of care that reflects our concern for the rights and dignity of the patient. Learn more about our hospital by watching our video.
Dennis Pollard Answers Your Questions
Community Memorial Hospital President Dennis Pollard provides answers to some of our patients' frequently asked questions.
More About Froedtert Health
Froedtert Health, composed of an academic medical center, two community hospitals and a medical group is the only health system in the region that provides an academic/community partnership. This partnership:
- provides access to more specialty care close to home
- values the unique character and needs of the patients and communities we serve and the providers who have traditionally offered care locally
- allows for customization to meet community needs
- enables the ability to learn from and leverage each partner’s experience to elevate our quality and service while managing costs.
Froedtert Health offers quality care in the community and streamlined, coordinated access to all the resources of an academic medical center when the need for more complex treatment arises.