Kenosha, WI – EM | IS | H
Infinity HealthCare’s group practice in Kenosha was established in 1985, when Infinity partnered with the facility for the provision of Emergency Medicine services. Since that time, Infinity has expanded its range of services to include Imaging Services and Occupational Medicine.
In 1998, a partnership agreement between Kenosha Medical Center and St. Catherine’s Hospital resulted in the formation of United Hospital System. In 2017, United Hospital System entered a partnership agreement with Froedtert Hospital becoming Froedtert South. Froedtert South features a single administration, an excellent medical staff, truly exceptional employees, and impeccable ancillary services.
A Level III Regional Trauma Center, this campus serves approximately 29,000 patients per year. The modern, state-of-the-art facilities include twenty-three private exam rooms and full ancillary services. Utilizing an electronic health record, this department operates with high efficiency and a focus on customer service. Infinity’s commitment to integration is proven by the key leadership positions held by Infinity physicians throughout the United Hospital System.
Imaging Services at this facility are best in class providing advanced imaging services by highly skilled, board certified professionals. The facility is equipped with dedicated reading rooms for image analysis, high tech PET/CT scans and digital mammography. MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT Scanning, Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography (CTA), Interventional Radiology, Breast Imaging, Bone Densitometry and Laboratory services are among the many services offered.
Kenosha, Wisconsin is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, just north of the Illinois-Wisconsin border, between Chicago and Milwaukee. With a population over 97,000, Kenosha is the fourth-largest city in the state of Wisconsin, and the fourth-largest city on the western shore of Lake Michigan, following Chicago, Milwaukee, and Green Bay. Kenosha is home to many cultural museums, performing arts, music, concerts, orchestra and jazz events, and summer parades. It is best known for its 8 miles of beautiful shoreline frontage, parks, hiking trails, biking, and landmark golf courses. It encompasses great wine, bistros, cafes, pubs, with a variety of cuisines to choose from. Kenosha has an excellent school system, private and public, with three colleges, and several branch campuses. Kenosha has the only Metra Station in Wisconsin, with its own streetcar line, connecting the Metra station with the downtown, and several parks. Kenosha is accessible by Interstate 94 Highway, which connects Chicago with Milwaukee, and continues west to the state capital city, Madison, WI, and close proximity to General Mitchell International Airport. Kenosha has a great deal to offer. With high quality of life, outstanding community resources and vibrant growth, Kenosha is a fantastic place to live and work.