Health Care

The Milwaukee Region is a hub for high-quality health care, advanced medical training and research. The Milwaukee Regional Medical Center, a sprawling campus just west of Milwaukee, includes the Blood Research Institute, which is world-renown for its exploration of heart disease, cancer, autoimmune deficiencies and sickle-cell anemia; the Medical College of Wisconsin, a major teaching and research institution; Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, which is ranked the third-best children's hospital in the nation and is internationally recognized for its cardiac, neurology and bone marrow programs; and Froedtert Hospital, a tertiary-care facility that operates the region's Level 1 Trauma Center.

Most of the region's health care is provided through several integrated health care delivery systems that operate hospitals and outpatient clinics.

Aurora Health Care, the largest system in the region, operates nine acute-care hospitals in the region.

Other major health care systems include:

 

MILWAUKEE REGION'S LARGEST HOSPITALS
HOSPITAL 2015 REVENUE BEDS
Froedtert  $1.33 billion 516
Aurora St. Luke's $1.26 billion 732
Children's $601 million 297
Waukesha Memorial $451 million 287
Ascension Columbia St. Mary's $448 million 277
Ascension All Saints $383 million 315
United Hospital System – Kenosha $306 million 252
Aurora West Allis  $278 million 218
Ascension St. Joseph $238 million 205
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