Founded in 1954, Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital (OMH) is a 74- bed acute care hospital providing a full-spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services. A Regional Cancer Center, (OMH) offers medical and radiation oncology in a single facility equipped with the state-of-the-art equipment and practicing the latest procedures. The hospital's Heart Care, Breast Care and Prostate Care centers offer complete diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation services. OMH's Women's Health Services includes a birthing center, perinatology and neonatology services, childbirth and wellness education. Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital clinical services include 24-hour emergency care, 24-hour urgent care, surgery, sports medicine, rehabilitation, home health care, adult day care, hospice, and outpatient services ranging from gastroenterology to plastic surgery. The hospital also administers a community education program, wellness programs, speakers bureau and a 24-hour Nurse-On-Line physician referral and health information service. Adults and adolescents from throughout Wisconsin have received treatment for alcohol and drug abuse at the hospital's Lawrence Center.
Aurora Health Care Hospital, a 593,000-square-foot facility, opened in late 2009 at the Pabst Farms development at I-94 and State Highway 67, features 110 patient rooms, all of them private and each with a full bathroom. The patient rooms feature home-like furnishings, individual temperature controls, warm colors and natural wood trim. The 53-acre campus is also home for the physicians and staff of Aurora Wilkinson Medical Clinic in an attached 180,000-square-foot facility. The Aurora Wilkinson Medical Center also features soft, indirect lighting, family lounges, resource libraries, nurse stations designed to encourage interaction between patients and caregivers, and an easy-to-navigate floor plan that promotes privacy by separating patient hallways from those used by the public. Services at the clinic include primary care, physical specialties, occupational health, laboratory, radiology, sports medicine and a pharmacy. The hospital campus features extensive landscaping and includes a "healing garden," providing a tranquil retreat for patients, family members and staff. A paved walking path rings the campus.
Established in 1907, Rogers Memorial Hospital has the expertise and experience found only in a stand-alone, not-for-profit behavioral health hospital. Our specialized programs are known for their effectiveness in treating children, teens and adults with anxiety disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders and substance-use disorders. We use proven, evidence-based treatments coupled with strong patient and family education. Rogers offers treatment programs at five Wisconsin locations: Oconomowoc, Milwaukee, Madison, Kenosha and Brown Deer. At Rogers, we create an environment where our patients and their families know what tomorrow will bring: Life. Worth. Living. Free screenings are available by calling 262-646-4411.
Oconomowoc Residential Programs (ORP) is the parent organization of a group of human service agencies providing specialized programs throughout Wisconsin and Indiana for the developmentally disabled, mentally ill and those in need of supportive living services. Under the ORP umbrella are the Oconomowoc Developmental Training Center; Homes for Independent Living of Wisconsin; Paragon Industries of Wisconsin; Prader-Willi Homes of Oconomowoc; Indiana Development Training Center; and The Paragon Store.
Assisted living and independent residential facilities in Oconomowoc are: American Senior Living Center, Pleasant View, Shorehaven Tower, Wilkinson Woods, Wilkinson Manor, Cedar Ridge Foundation, Community Retirement Living and Lake Terrace Apartments. Dousman is home to Three Pillars Senior Living Communities. Oconomowoc area residents also receive medical care from numerous physicians, chiropractors, massage therapists, dentists, optometrists and mental health professionals working in private practices.