MEQUON — The new Froedtert & the Medical College of
Wisconsin Mequon Health Center, 11430 N. Port Washington
Road, will open Oct. 19. A news release said it will
bring convenient access to a wide array of health care
services to the area.
Residents are invited to get a first look at the new
92,000-square-foot facility at an open house from 9 a.m.
to noon Saturday. Visitors will be able to meet
physicians and other medical staff, tour the building,
enjoy refreshments and participate in activities and
drawings for prizes. Children are invited to bring a
stuffed animal for a checkup.
Mequon Health Center will offer urgent care from 7 a.m.
to 11 p.m. daily. Specialty care will include
endocrinology, orthopedics and sports medicine, spine
care, physical, occupational and speech therapy,
podiatry and pain management. Screening mammography as
well as other imaging services and laboratory services
also will be offered.
design of the new health center responds to the trend
toward digital health care, and will be equipped to
offer technology options such as virtual consults and
strive to provide the right care in the right place at
the right time,” said Dr. Mark Lodes, president,
Froedtert & MCW Community Physicians. “Many of our
patients come from the Mequon area, and they tell us
they want high-quality care that’s convenient and fits
their lives. The Mequon Health Center is designed to
deliver on that, offering health care that’s close to
home with a streamlined connection to the Froedtert &
MCW academic medical center if needed.”
Mequon Health Center will have a special emphasis on
sports medicine, orthopedics, and spine care, including a
walk-in clinic for acute orthopedic injuries and
surgical consults. A unique feature of the new building
is a 15,000- square-foot, state-of-the-art sports
performance and training facility. Programs will be
managed by NX Level, a Waukesha-based, nationally known
athletic performance enhancement company. The programs
are designed to help teams, groups and individuals
develop speed, flexibility, strength, endurance,
nutrition, body composition and awareness in any sport.