Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare to Build New Medical Clinic in Cudahy - June 4, 2013 - Ascension Wisconsin

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Published on June 04, 2013

Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare to Build New Medical Clinic in Cudahy

Media Contact: Terry Schuster, 414-647-5638, Terry.Schuster@wfhc.org

Milwaukee, WI – Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare will build a 10,000 square-foot medical clinic on the property of the current Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group site in Cudahy at an estimated cost of $3.1 million.

The new clinic with have 18 exam rooms and one procedure room and will replace the aging Fine Lando building. Construction will begin in August and has an estimated completion date of December, 2013.

Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group Physicians Anna Lamnari, Gilberto Marquez, Emily Musselman, Margo Sherman and Victoria Yorke see patients at the clinic, which will be renamed Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – Cudahy.

Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group has had a long-standing relationship with the residents of Cudahy and the surrounding communities dating back to the practices started by Drs. Fine and Lando in the 1920s.

“We see this as an opportunity to continue to grow and serve our patients with a new facility that will accommodate their needs and will be more efficient,” said Dan Mattes, President of Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare’s Central Market, which includes St. Francis, Franklin Hospital and Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital. 

About Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – St. Francis

Located at 3237 S. 16th St. in Milwaukee, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – St. Francis has more than 1,200 employees and 700 physicians on staff. Services include: Emergency Department and Urgent Care; comprehensive cardiac care with electrophysiology and catheterization labs; outpatient services and day surgery; interventional radiology; ICU; full range of inpatient services; Labor & Delivery and Family Care unit with special care nursery; full cancer care and palliative services; and mental health and addiction care.