OF PEWAUKEE — ProHealth Care announced Thursday that it
has formed a collaboration with two other health care
systems in Wisconsin — Aurora Health Care and UW Health.
According to the announcement, ProHealth Care and UW
Health have signed an agreement to co-manage ProHealth
Care’s new cancer center in the city of Pewaukee.
Aurora Health Care, in addition, will have cancer
specialists at the center. This is the first step in
Aurora moving toward a more clinically integrated
relationship with UW Health and ProHealth Care in cancer
care, according to the announcement.
“The people of ProHealth Care have been improving care
in Waukesha County for 100 years,” said Susan Edwards,
chief executive officer of ProHealth Care, in a
statement. “We have long offered excellent cancer
services. Now, with this collaboration with UW Health
and Aurora, we are taking a giant leap forward in cancer
The center is near completion just off Interstate 94 and
Highway 164. The center is slated to open Aug. 10.
UW Health’s Carbone Cancer Center is the only federally
designated comprehensive cancer center in the state.
The organization will provide medical direction for the
treatment of all cancer patients at the city of Pewaukee
The 116,000-square-foot cancer center will offer
infusion therapy, radiation therapy, imaging services,
cancer rehabilitation and other services.