Students at Carroll University now have a full-size robot to enhance learning in physics and pre-engineering classes.
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Monday, November 12, 2012
Waukesha Memorial Hospital is undergoing an $18.3 million renovation project.
The owners of a Mayville business are donating $2 million for surgical room renovations at Waukesha Memorial Hospital, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The upgraded facilities will be named after the Edwin and Elfie Gallun family. The Galluns’ own Metalcraft, according to the Milwaukee newspaper. ProHealth Care announced in July that Waukesha Memorial would undergo $18.3 million in renovations that include comprehensive updates to the intensive care, surgery, neurology, oncology and general surgery units. The project will include a new café with a 300-seat dining area that wraps around a courtyard, providing a bright and inviting area for patients, families, visitors and hospital employees. The new concourse will include a …
Friday, August 24, 2012
Health clinic serving uninsured and underinsured patients begins serving community on Monday.
Waukesha Community Health Center (WCHC), located at 309 E. North St. in Waukesha, will be open to patients on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012. Hours for the health center are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The phone number is 262-408-2530. "Congratulations to the Waukesha Community Health Center for their grand opening this morning," tweeted Waukesha County Executive Dan Vrakas on Thursday. "They will be a great partner to the county." The health center will provide primary medical care for patients of all ages, and all insurance types. Patients with private insurance, BadgerCare and uninsured are all welcome. The ribbon cutting ceremony held Thursday represents the culmination of a remarkable community partnership that began in 2007. The …
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Players with ProHealth Care’s championship-winning Senior 75s softball team will share their lifetime of experience and help kids learn to play ball.
About 50 people enjoyed a fun baseball-themed event Sunday afternoon at ProHealth Care’s West Wood Health & Fitness Center. Players with ProHealth Care’s championship-winning Senior 75s softball team shared their lifetime of experience helping kids learn to play ball with training stations in batting, fielding and throwing. Kids and their families also enjoyed a ballpark-style lunch.
Friday, August 12, 2011
Waukesha Plan Commission approves connection between two buildings.
Plans to connect two buildings in the 300 block of East North Street to build a federally subsidized health care clinic were approved by the Waukesha Plan Commission on Wednesday. There were some concerns about parking from Alderman Roger Patton, who asked that the decision be delayed to allow for the area business owners to give feedback, including Jimmy John's. However, City Planner Mike Hoeft told the Plan Commission that the Plan Commission had approved the building with the parking spots in 2005. All the Plan Commission was asked to approved Wednesday night was connecting the two buildings. “Something has got to go in there,” Hoeft said. “We can’t tell the owner it has to stay vacant.” The 16th Street Community Health Center in …