The critical importance of science and research-driven patient care is now more important than ever. These times emphasize both the vital role academic health systems play in keeping communities safe and the crucial importance of strong partnerships that foster health and well-being. We are pleased that our institutions have emerged as a trusted source of accurate healthcare and scientific information for our communities during this crisis. Numerous partners have informed and joined our efforts to ensure that our region has had the needed information to keep individuals and families safe while also providing civic leaders with data to set effective public health policies.
While COVID-19 has kept many of us apart physically, we have come together as a community to support the work that needed to be done to keep families as safe and as healthy as possible.
As we look to the future, the philanthropic investments during the Hope to Health Campaign will continue to support our work together as an essential engine for healthcare excellence, the largest educator of healthcare professionals in the state, and a critical resource for discovering medical breakthroughs and innovative patient care. Together with our community partners, we will continue to lead efforts to reduce inequities, eliminate barriers to healthcare access, and support the next generation of scientists and clinicians so that they may join the diverse and talented healthcare workforce of the future.
We are very appreciative of the distinguished members of our community who made the Hope to Health Campaign successful, including graduates of MCW’s Medical, Pharmacy and Graduate Schools and Froedtert Hospital’s residency programs. We also wish to thank the leaders on the Hope to Health Campaign Cabinet, and especially our Campaign Advisors, Jon Hammes, Ted Kellner, David Lubar, and Linda Mellowes.
With your support, we will continue to drive innovations in education, research, and patient care that make our communities healthier and more secure.
With deep gratitude,
John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, President and CEO, Medical College of Wisconsin
Cathy Jacobson, President and CEO, Froedtert Health
Thanks to your support, we will continue to drive innovations in education, research and patient care that make our communities healthier and more secure.
Accelerating Research and Advancing Patient Care
We are ensuring that families in eastern Wisconsin have access to the latest and most effective research-driven treatment options.Learn More
Transforming Healthcare Education
Providing access to the latest training and educational opportunities is what distinguishes Froedtert & the Medical College as eastern Wisconsin’s only academic health system.Learn More
Leading the Way in Cancer Research and Care
The philanthropy investment raised for cancer care across all four campaign priorities is helping us to address the burden of cancer on our communities.Learn More
Driving Health and Vitality with Our Community
We work closely with community partners to address social determinants of health.Learn More
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