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Hospitals serving 
Southeastern Wisconsin

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

9000 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee
(414) 266-2000 • http://www.chw.org/CHS/Magazine/magazine.htm

Affiliated clinics and specialty services:
More than 80 specialty outpatient clinics including: cardiology/cardiovascular surgery; heart-lung, kidney, liver and bone marrow transplant programs; general pediatric surgery; hematology/oncology; neonatology; neurology; epilepsy; muscular dystrophy; cystic fibrosis, spina bifida; diabetes; dental; eye; orthapedic/orthopedic surgery; gastroenterology; pulmonary; asthma/allergy; rehabilitative services; general pediatric and adolescent services and craniofacial reconstructive surgery. The hospital also houses the following regional centers: Emergency Department/Trauma Center; The Heart Center; Child Protection Center; Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Poison Center; Child Development Center; Injury Prevention Center; Children’s Transport Program; Jane B Pettit Pain Management Center; Max McGee Juvenile Diabetes Research Center; Birth Defects Center and the Infant Death Center of Wisconsin.

Children’s Hospital is a private, independent, not-for-profit regional pediatric medical center. Founded in 1894, the hospital serves all children in Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula who need its specialized services without regard to race, creed, color or ability to pay.

Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO), Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is a member of the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI) and Child Health Corporation of America (CHCA).


Columbia Hospital
2025 E. Newport Ave., Milwaukee

(414) 961-3300

St. Mary’s Hospital of Milwaukee
2323 N. Lake Drive, Milwaukee
(414) 291-1000

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Institute
2350 N. Lake Drive, Milwaukee
(414) 298-6700

St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee
13111 N. Port Washington Road, Mequon
(262) 243-7300

The hospitals and clinics of Columbia St. Mary’s work together to provide the following services at various locations: Arthritis Treatment, Behavioral Medicine, Birthing Services, Cardiac Care Services, Cancer Services, Diabetes Programs, Dialysis Services, Emergency Medicine, Gastroenterology/Digestive Services, General Surgery, Hospice, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Neonatal Intensive Care, Neuro Surgery, Occupational Health Services, Pain Center, Pediatric Medicine, Perinatal Assessment Services, Physical Rehabilitation (acute and long-term), Orthopedic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Pulmonary Medicine, Regional Burn Center, Sports Medicine Services.

Elmbrook Memorial Hospital

19333 West North Ave., Brookfield
(414) 785-2000

Elmbrook Memorial Hospital, founded in 1969, is an acute care hospital in Brookfield, WI with specialties including: alcohol and drug treatment, ambulatory care (day surgery), breast diagnostic services, cancer care, cardiac rehabilitation and catheterization, 24-hour emergency department, gastroenterology, internal medicine, magnetic resonance imaging, mental health, orthopedic surgical services, pain rehabilitation, the Pavlic Women’s Health Center, physical rehabilitation, urology and women’s health services including full obstetric and gynecological services, education, counseling and preventative care.

Fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), Elmbrook Memorial features all the advantages of a full service, acute care health facility providing comprehensive medical care in a convenient, attractive setting.

Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital

9200 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee
805-3000 • http://www.froedtert.com

Froedtert Hospital is a private, not-for-profit 469-bed teaching hospital affiliated with the Medical College of Wisconsin and Horizon Healthcare, Inc. Froedtert Hospital provides primary, acute medical and specialty care.

Centers of Excellence: Cancer Center, Cardiovascular Center, Emergency Center, Digestive Disease Center, Musculoskeletal Center, Neurosciences Center, Transplant Center, Trauma Center, Women’s Health Center.

Medical Specialties: Allergy/Immunology, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Diagnostic
Radiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Family Medicine, Endocrinology/Metabolism, Gastroenterology, General Internal Medicine, Geratrics/Gerontology, GI Surgery, Hematology/ Oncology, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine, Rheumatology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Nuclear Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Otolaryngology, Pancreatobiliary/ Endocrine Surgery, Pathology, Pediatric Surgery, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Preventive and Occupational Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Transplant Surgery, Trauma/Critical Care Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery.

Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital

1220 Dewey Ave., Wauwatosa
(414) 454-6777

Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital has been providing quality behavioral health care in southeastern Wisconsin since 1884. As a member of Aurora Behavioral Health Services, outpatient, partial hospital, residential, and inpatient services are provided for children, adolescents, adults and the older adult. These programs are available to assist individuals, couples and families with issues such as depression, alcohol and drug problems, eating disorders, services for the professional in recovery, self-esteem, marriage and family problems, school and behavioral problems, attention deficit disorder, trauma, anxiety and fears, stress management, obsessive compulsive disorder and grief and loss. Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital has six convenient outpatient locations in southeastern Wisconsin.

Northwest General Hospital

5310 W. Capitol Drive, Milwaukee
(414) 447-8543

Northwest General, since 1965, provides quality health care services in a community hospital setting by bringing human and technological resources together to meet the health care needs of the people and communities it serves.

Northwest General offers a comprehensive range of health care services, including an Industrial Medicine Clinic (IMC); AODA inpatient and outpatient services through its Alcohol and Drug Treament Clinic (ADTC); MRI, CAT Scans and other diagnostic imaging, inpatient medical and surgical services; day surgery, comprehensive outpatient services; cardiopulmonary, orthopedic and podiatry services, mammography; a 24-hour emergency room; prenatal and child care coordination programs; a full range of laboratory services; and health screenings, including free AIDS screening

Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital

791 Summit Ave., Oconomowoc
(414) 569-9400, 800-242-0313 • http://www.oconomowocmemorial.org

Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital is a 74 bed, general acute-care hospital that has served the Oconomowoc area since 1954. Centers of Excellence include:

Regional Cancer Center — Offering radiation oncology, medical oncology, hospice services, urological oncology, clinical research, home care services, gynecological oncology, education and support services, prevention and screenings.

Emergency Services — Comprehensive trauma treatment provided by board certified
emergency physicians.

Women’s Health Services — Featuring the Birthing Center, perinatology and neonatalogy services, childbirth education, parenting
programs, wellness consultations, membership program, mid-life services, and support.

Heart Care Center — Offering non-invasive diagnostic services such as EKG/EEG and stress testing, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, vascular rehabilitation, heart risk assessments, Congestive Heart Failure Clinic, and community wellness and education programs.

Key clinical services include advanced surgical services, 24 Hour Urgent Care, orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation, physical medicine and rehabilitation, ProHealth Home Care, Rolland Nelson Crossroads Hospice, adult day services, outpatient services (including gastroenterology, neurology, urology, plastic surgery and more), occupational health, community education and wellness programs, speakers bureau, advanced imaging services (including CT, nuclear medicine and MRI), Nurse-On-Line, 24 hour physician referral and health information service, Sniffles and Sneezes, pediatrics, and more.

Rogers Memorial Hospital

34700 Valley Road, Oconomowoc
464-4411 • http://www.rogershospital.org

Rogers Memorial Hospital is licensed as a psychiatric hospital by the State of Wisconsin and accredited by the Joint Commission of Accreditation for Health Care Organizations.

Rogers Memorial is located in Oconomowoc, West Allis and Greenfield.

Services and treatment programs include: Acute Adolescent Inpatient including addiction recovery, abuse trauma recovery and disruptive behavior: Acute Children’s Inpatient: Acute Adult Inpatient including addictions recovery, abuse trauma recovery, mental health, eating disorders and special needs: Older Adult Inpatient: Child and Adolescent Extended Care: Rogers Memorial Hospital Treatment Centers: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Day and Residential Treatment: Eating Disorder Center for Males and Females: Herrington Recovery Center, and a Organizational Development Program.

St. Francis Hospital

3237 S. 16th St., Milwaukee
(414) 647-5000

St. Francis Hospital is a member of Covenant Healthcare and is sponsored by the Wheaton Franciscan and Felician Sisters. Specialties include: laser/laproscopic surgery, cardiac care (including catheterization, angioplasty, electrophysiology and surgery), emergency and outpatient services; neurology, orthopedics for children and adults; spine center; sports medicine; women’s health; palliative and cancer care; community education; complementary therapies; and wellness programs.

St. Francis Hospital has a newly opened Breast Health Center adjacent to the hospital, and a Wellness Center, radiology services and a rehabilitation facility in the Rawson Medical Center in Franklin.

St. Francis Hospital was founded in 1956.

St. Joseph’s Hospital

10010 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee
(414) 259-7200, Fax: (41) 259-1161

St. Joseph’s Hospital Bluemound is an acute care facility licensed for 118 beds and is a member of Covenant Healthcare System, Inc., sponsored by the Wheaton Franciscan and Felician Sisters.

The hospital offers 24-hour urgent care, surgical OP, podiatry, cardiopulmonary, pain management and wound healing services, physical rehabilitation, and pediatric therapy services.

Its mission places value in respect for the dignity and integrity of each person, commitment to the poor, compassionate service, development of community, justice and responsiveness to the needs of the times.

St. Joseph’s Hospital

5000 W. Chambers St., Milwaukee
(414) 447-2000

Founded in 1879, St. Joseph’s Hospital is a general acute-care, tertiary, teaching hospital, licensed for 595 beds and is a member of Covenant Healthcare, Inc., sponsored by the Wheaton Franciscan and Felician Sisters. St. Joseph’s emergency services operate on a 24-hour basis, and its Mayfair Outpatient Center provides ambulatory health care services.

The hospital’s areas of specialty are: cancer care, cardiac care, women and infants and rehabilitation services, including prenatal assessment center, neonatal intensive care unit, Woman’s Health Center, Parent’s Place, Perinatal Follow Thru, Pediatric Apnea, cardiac catherization laboratories, gastroenterology services, medical and radiation oncology, bone marrow transplant, physical medicine, athletic and work rehabilitation, Regional Parkinson’s Center, Living Skills Center, foot and ankle clinic, arthritis clinic, sub-acute care unit, urology services, Urinary Incontinence services.

Its mission places value in respect for the dignity and integrity of each person, commitment to the poor, compassionate service, development of community, justice and responsiveness to the needs of the times.

St. Luke’s Medical Center

          Main Campus
          2900 W. Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee
          (414) 649-6000

Founded in 1903, St. Luke’s Medical Center first opened its doors on the corner of Madison and South 2nd Street. Today, St. Luke’s is the largest private medical center in Wisconsin and is renowned for its technological advances in medical treatments. In 1995, St. Luke’s purchased Trinity Memorial Hospital which was renamed St. Luke’s South Shore. St. Luke’s Medical Center’s specialties include Center for Comprehensive Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, sleep disorders center, cardiac care, transplantation, cancer care, women’s health care, rehabilitation, orthopedics, gastroenterology and emergency services, and a wide range of community wellness and prevention programs. St. Luke’s is a member of the Aurora Health Care System.

St. Lukes South Shore

5900 South Lake Drive, Cudahy
(414) 489-9000

Founded in 1958, St. Luke’s South Shore joined the Aurora Health Care system in 1995 when ownership of Trinity Memorial Hospital was transferred to nearby St. Luke’s Medical Center. Today the partnership brings together the latest technology and treatment in a network of specialties including emergency service, cardiac care, the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic, Center for Digestive Disorders, Center for Comprehensive Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, orthopedics and rehabilitation.

St. Michael Hospital

2400 W. Villard Ave., Milwaukee
(414) 527-8000
(414) 443-1000, Physician Referral Service

St. Michael Hospital offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services. Specialties include: Heart Care Services, offering on-site catheterization, nuclear radiology, surgery and rehabilitation; Cancer Care Services including on-site radiation therapy and chemotherapy; Emergency Medicine practiced in a level II trauma center; the Milwaukee Neuroscience Institute, offering comprehensive services for the treatment of brain and spinal cord conditions. The hospital also offers comprehensive surgery services including: laparoscopic procedures; general and vascular surgery; orthopedics including a Foot & Ankle Center; gastroenterology; Family Care Center; Asthma Care Center and Continence Improvement Center, Center for Women & Infants including a level 2 nursery and 24-hour neonatal coverage; behavioral medicine (mental health and drug treatment;) and day surgery. Other services include: Diabetes services, dialysis; on-site Lithotripter; pulmonary medicine; rehabilitation services including physical therapy, occupational therapy and sports medicine, Spina Bifida Center, a Memory Loss Resource Center and an Asthma Care Center.

St. Michael Hospital is a member of Covenant Healthcare which is sponsored by the Wheaton Franciscan and Felician Sisters.

Sinai Samaritan Medical Center

945 N. 12th Street, Milwaukee
(414) 219-2000

Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee’s downtown hospital, is a major community teaching hospital committed to its location in downtown Milwaukee and dedicated to improving the health status of the diverse people it serves. It is widely known for its cardiology services, obstetrics and neonatalogy services, Sexual Assault Treatment Center and Geriatrics Institute. It is also the home of the Masonic Diagnostic Center and a regional Parkinson Center. Other patient services include gastroenterology, behavioral health services, oncology, orthopedics and rehabilitation, sports medicine, primary care, emergency medicine, sleep disorder clinic and pulmonary servies. Sinai Samaritan Medical Center was named on of “Amercan’s Best Hospitals” in 1999 by U.S. News and World Report magazine. The result of merging three downtown hospitals, Lutheran - founded in 1863, Deaconess - founded in 1910, and Mt. Sinai - founded in 1903, Sinai Samaritan Medical Center is an integral part of the Aurora Health Care system.

Waukesha Memorial Hospital

725 American Ave., Waukesha
(262) 544-2548 • http://www.waukeshamemorial.org

Waukesha Memorial Hospital (WMH) is the leading provider of advanced health care services between Milwaukee and Dane Counties. WMH has responded to the health care needs of one of the most rapidly growing areas of southeastern Wisconsin by dedicating itself to meeting the needs of our patients, their families and the medical community with sophisticated and progressive services that remain unsurpassed in the area. Our comprehensive services include: interventional cardiology program, obstetrical service, regional cancer center, a level II emergency department and fully monitored critical care services, advanced inpatient and outpatient surgical services.

Waukesha Memorial Hospital is part of an integrated health care delivery system that includes Waukesha Health Care, a network of 12 primary care clinics; ProHealth Home Care, offering home care and hospice services and Regency Senior Communities, providing assisted and independent living opportunities for seniors.

In addition, the system is part of a joint venture that includes LindenGrove, offering nursing home care, assisted living and specialized programming for Alzheimer’s patients. The system also includes Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital.

West Allis Memorial Hospital

8901 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis
(414) 328-6000

Founded in 1961, West Allis Memorial Hospital has retained a strong identity as a community hospital. Today, West Allis is the primary health care source for more than 200,000 patients annually, offering acute care and outpatient services by a medical staff of more than 600 physicians in 29 specialties and sub-specialties. Next year, the Aurora Women’s Pavilion will be opened on the West Allis Campus. The Aurora Women’s Pavilion will provide care with emphasis on health, wholeness and treating women with dignity. West Allis Memorial Hospital and the Aurora Women’s Pavilion are part of the Aurora Health Care System.