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TheSchauer Arts &ActivitiesCenterannounced theresignation ofExecutiveDirectorThomas
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Froedtert Health St. Joseph’sHospital is eager to begin an excitingnew chapter as they prepare to openthe doors of its new cancer centerand Medical College of Wisconsinspecialty clinics facility next month.Located at 3200 Pleasant Valley
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oad in West Bend, both the centerand the clinics–housed in a three-story building connected to the hos-pital from the west side–will be openfor patients July 9, and a public openhouse is set for Aug. 15 from 5:30 to7:30 p.m.
 
 
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With expanded services, state-of-the-art equipment and a multi-discipli-nary approach to medicine, the
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,000-square-foot Kraemer CancerCenter will occupy the Garden Levelof the new building.Part
 
of the Froedtert & TheMedical College of WisconsinCancer Network, the center–which ismoving from its current leased spaceon Oak Street–will feature the latestadvances in technology, the expert-ise of Medical College specialistsand, perhaps most notably, a patient-centered philosophy.“Everything will be in one loca-tion so patients can see all theirproviders (in one building),” said John Koenig, director of Froedtertand Medical College CancerNetwork. “This makes things muchmore convenient for the patient.”There will also be expandedspace for chemotherapy and radia-tion therapy services, private andsemi-private infusion areas, and top-of-the-line technology such as abrand new CT (computerized topog-raphy) simulator and linear accelera-tor for radiation.New radiation treatment capabil-ities mean “zeroing in more intenselyon the cancer while protecting thesurrounding areas of the body,”
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oenig explained. “We wanted tobe able to provide high-end special-ized treatments to our patients in thecommunity. We want to provide themost accurate treatment we can.”The Kraemer Cancer Center willalso include an on-site lab, same-daychemotherapy administration and achemotherapy infusion room with a
 
St. Joe’s ready to open doors of newcancer center, speciality clinics
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 John Koenig, director of Froedtert and Medical College Cancer Network,is pictured next to the Kraemer Cancer Center’s new linear accelerator.Photo by Nikki Ackerman.
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prairie view–which is part of the overall theme
of serenity and comfort for the patient.
Throughout the clinic you will see nice art-
work
, walls painted soothing colors; it’s just acomfortable, relaxed atmosphere,” Koenig
said.
Aside from the top-quality medical treat-ment, the center will aim to make the wholeprocess as bearable as possible throughaccess to a variety of support services, Koenig
noted.
One such service will be the Small Stones
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ellness Center, which–staffed by a cosmetol-ogist and aesthetic wellness coordinator–willoffer everything from head-shaving and wig-fit-
ting to information on prosthetics to nutritionand makeup tips.
“It will be a great resource for the patient,”said Koenig.Also, once done with treatment, the patientcan follow up with a cancer survivorship clinicscheduled to open in August.
This is a support system that will give a
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The specialty clinics–which expands hospi-tal clinic space from 2,500 to 18,000 squarefeet–will be on the building’s first floor, justabove the cancer center.The clinic opened at the hospital in 2009so that residents would have more medicaloptions and access to the best doctors. Thenew facility is meant to cement the academic-community partnership with St. Joseph’s affilia-tion, in 2008, with Froedtert Health.
Clinic manager Scott Flynn said this “great
partnership” allows patients to see top special-ists close to home rather than travelling to
Milwaukee.
The goal is to provide the West Bend com-munity with more options, better options,” he
said.The new clinic will include the addition of
internal medicine and colorectal surgery serv-ices and the expansion of cardiology, plasticand reconstructive surgery, infectious diseases
and electrophysiology
Also, there will be a plastic surgeon on stafffull-time which is “something new for us,” saidFlynn. “That is a big thing.”Other key features include 22 exam rooms,
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eception area with a prairie view; complimen-tary refreshments; a new patient check-out area
and a call center.The clinic will continue to include physical
medicine and rehabilitation for spasticity, urol-ogy, urogynecology and vascular surgery.Flynn said the Froedtert/St. Joseph’s pair-ing has been a major positive for everyoneinvolved.“It has been hugely successful so far,” hesaid. “This is a great benefit to the community.”
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The project–with a total price tag ofapproximately $18 million–has been in the
 
works for the past few years and construction
began in spring 2011.The new facility, said Koenig, was always
part of the master plan.
“I feel this is a great investment in the com-munity,” he said.
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or more information on the hospital, newfacility and various classes and programsoffered, one can visit www.stjosephswb.com.
 
...Construction began in 2011
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