Waukesha Memorial Hospital

Organization's Mission Statement: The Women's Health Service Line provides a comprehensive, integrated, multisite program that meets the needs of women and their families throughout life, including wellness and educational programming, traditional care such as Obstetrics and Gynecology, and advanced services such as Perinatology, Neonatology, GYN Oncology and Fertility. The Women's Health Program is recognized nationally as a "pioneer" in Women's Health Service Line Programming. Women's Health has inpatient services that consist of : 25 LDRP Unit, 18-bed Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and a 14-bed Gyn women's unit. Outpatient services consist of full-time Perinatology for high risk pregnancy care, Gyn procedure rooms (3), seven physician fertility program and diagnostic testing for pregnant women (NSTs, Diabetic clinic, Coagulation clinic, and more). Community outreach education is the other key component of the service line: Lifetimes Membership program (4,400 strong), Lifetimes Monthly education programs, Midlife/Wellness Consultation services including Bone Density testing for osteoporosis and a Stress Incontinence Clinic.

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