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Froedtert South – St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus, formerly located on the lakefront near United Hospital System – Kenosha Medical Center Campus, reopened its new facilities on the west side of Kenosha in 2002. Since then, Infinity has been its partner, providing Emergency Medicine, Imaging Services and Occupational Health Services. Located in the Village of Pleasant Prairie, this facility serves the west side of Kenosha and the surrounding communities. As part of the United Hospital System, this facility offers premiere medical services.
A Level III Regional Trauma Center and Walk-In Clinic, this campus serves approximately 40,000 patients per year. Upon completion of the current expansion, the modern, state-of-the-art facilities will include twenty-six private exam rooms as well as CT and X-ray rooms. 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.
Froedtert South’s Occupational Medicine program provides occupational health services to the employees and employers of Southeastern Wisconsin and Northeastern Illinois for over two decades. Infinity HealthCare supports these local businesses providing diagnostic, preventive, and restorative services, including comprehensive treatment and management for work-related injuries and illnesses. Infinity HealthCare’s service menu is extensive and includes pre-placement screening, fitness for duty/return to work evaluations, rehabilitation services, urine drug and alcohol testing, D.O.T. Exams, Hearing Conservation Programs, Asbestos Surveillance Exams, Blood Borne Pathogen standard Compliance, and respirator qualification.
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.