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Introducing Rob Frediani: Vice President of Operations and Mission Integration

Posted on: March 30, 2016

Milwaukee Catholic Home is delighted to welcome Rob Frediani as the newest member of our leadership team.  Rob is assuming the newly created role of Vice President of Operations and Mission Integration.  We asked Rob to introduce himself and talk a little about how his […]

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Katie Grant: How do we measure excellence?

Posted on: February 29, 2016

Katie Grant, Milwaukee Catholic Home’s Vice President of Clinical Integration, was brought on staff in 2015 to guide the implementation of our new electronic medical records system. She will be spearheading efforts to develop new systems for QAPI (quality assurance and performance improvement).   What […]

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MCH and Clement Manor Form Joint Ethics Committee

Posted on: November 30, 2015

From new technologies to advanced treatments to different communication methods – the contemporary health care and long term care industries have faced unique challenges and complexities in recent decades. As a Catholic institution, Milwaukee Catholic Home is committed to navigating these challenges with the highest […]

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Pastoral Care: At the Center of Our Mission

Posted on: September 30, 2015

By Mike Brauer, Mission Advancement Officer Milwaukee Catholic Home is unique because it offers residents three distinct, yet interrelated, pillars upon which their lives here will be based.  We strive to create a range of experiences for all residents from group activities, outings, and events […]

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Learning Across Generations

Posted on: August 31, 2015

Beginning on September 17th, Milwaukee Catholic Home will be taking part in a six week Inter-generational Educational Program with Catholic East Elementary. Twenty-four older adult residents and twenty-four fourth grade students will come together to teach, learn and experience each other.

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Mike Brauer: A Legacy of Gratitude

Posted on: July 31, 2015

Julia McKale lived at Milwaukee Catholic Home for nearly 20 years.  Her smile warmed the hearts of both friend and stranger.  She lived simply in the same modestly furnished apartment throughout her time at Milwaukee Catholic Home.  To say she loved living at MCH would […]

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A Call to Do More: A Conversation with our Staff

Posted on: May 29, 2015

Our vision statement ends with a compelling message: “We Are Called to Do More.”  It sounds great on paper, but how do we live out that call at Milwaukee Catholic Home?  We asked our staff about this “Call to Do More” and how they live […]

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Volunteer Month: Sharing the Gift of Retirement

Posted on: April 30, 2015

It’s volunteer month, and we never get tired of recognizing and thanking the hundreds of volunteers who contribute so much towards the MCH mission. It’s common knowledge that nursing homes and senior services organizations like MCH rely heavily on volunteer help. What’s less well known is the generosity of our residents in giving of their time as volunteers, both here at MCH and in the broader community.

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Meet the Farmer: An Interview with A.J. Weis

Posted on: March 30, 2015

In partnership with the Franciscan Friars of the Assumption BVM Province, Milwaukee Catholic Home recently launched the Clare Gardens initiative, the development of a 5 acre segment of the Franciscans’ Burlington property into a “farm to table” program. A.J. Weis, who recently joined our team to head up this new initiative, shares a little about his background and his long-term vision for Clare Gardens.

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Electronic Medical Records: A Health Care Transformation

Posted on: February 27, 2015

In 2015, Milwaukee Catholic Home will be embarking on a full conversion of its paper based medical records system to an electronic medical record in partnership with our new vendor, Healthmedx.

Though a significant investment of time and resources, we believe that electronic medical records will enable MCH to continue to set the highest possible standard for meeting the health care needs of older adults.

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