Women’s Health Services in Menomonee Falls
A woman’s body goes through many changes throughout her lifetime. The Women’s Health Center at Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, provides the right care for every woman, at every age in the Milwaukee suburbs.
Specially trained physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and other health care staff offer education, screenings and treatments that address the unique health issues of women.
Integrative Medical Services
At the Women’s Health Center, we practice integrative medicine, which combines conventional, complementary and alternative therapies to treat women safely and effectively. The Women's Health Center also offers massage therapy for a wide variety of issues.
Specialty Care Tailored for Women
The Women's Health Center collaborates with other departments at Community Memorial Hospital to ensure care is tailored to meet the unique needs of each woman.
Breast Care Center
At the Breast Care Center, breast health specialists offer education, screening and diagnostic mammograms, and procedures. If diagnosed with breast cancer, our breast care coordinator will help guide you through the appointments you need to make and doctors you need to see.
The Women's Health Center has partnered with the Heart and Vascular Center to create a Heart Risk Assessment program – especially for women. We have state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and expert physicians who work as a team to offer the most advanced treatments available.
Many women suffer from incontinence, pelvic pain, or weakness or lack of support in the bladder and pelvic region. We provide assessment of these problems.
Women are two to three times more likely to have migraines, and six times more likely to have fibromyalgia than men. That’s why we take pain seriously. The Women's Health Center partners with the Center for Pain Rehabilitation providing a continuum of care to address the physical, psychological, social and/or vocational functioning of persons served.
Treatment for all Stages of Life
No matter your stage of life, the caring, compassionate staff at the Women’s Health Center can meet your healthcare needs.
A teen’s first physical and Pap test are a big step toward womanhood, but can sometimes be intimidating. We offer a calm, quiet environment for these first tests. Our nurse practitioner takes the time to put girls at ease and explain the significance of the tests. We also offer diagnosis and treatment for any menstruation problems teenage girls be experiencing.
If you are planning on having a baby, it is important you are in good health prior to conceiving. We can help determine if there are health issues you need to address before becoming pregnant, and provide family planning information. Once you become pregnant, the Birthing Center offers relationship-centered birthing care to meet your needs.
We also offer free pregnancy testing through our lab outreach, available Monday-Friday, 7-11 a.m. The service area is based on the patient's ZIP code and offers same day results; prompt notification of concerned/critical values; and experienced, courteous, responsive staff.
Call the Laboratory Outreach Coordinator at 262-257-3453 for more information.
Midlife Care for Women
We understand the unique needs of a woman in midlife and collaborate with other departments to provide a full range of next generation services to treat the following conditions:
- Perimenopause and Menopause: We offer a unique approach to treating symptoms of perimenopause and menopause.
- Incontinence: Many women experience problems with their bladder, which can be treated.
- Osteoporosis: We can perform a bone density screening to determine whether you are at risk for osteoporosis and, if you have had significant bone loss, help you make the necessary lifestyle changes.
- Depression: We offer many integrative medicine approaches to treating depression, including herbal remedies, meditation, aromatherapy and relaxation techniques.
For more information, call Careconnection, our health information line, at 262-251-1001. To make an appointment, call 414-777-1900.