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Waukesha Memorial Hospital

Waukesha, WI

The Waukesha Memorial Hospital project includes the development of a new ambulatory building experience on an existing healthcare campus. First phase of the new building will include Regional Cancer and Neuroscience Centers of Excellence as well as the Center for Breast Care, Radiology and Laboratory services. The second phase will add Cardiovascular Services, Women’s Health, Integrative Medicine and Rehabilitation services.


The ambulatory building is a key opportunity to continue our lead market share position by creating an optimal healing experience for the community in which we serve.


The estimated completion date is early 2011.


Design Firm: Engberg Anderson

Construction Manager: C.G. Schmidt




  • Keller, A. B., Taylor, E., & Joseph, A. (2010). Evaluating evidence for credibility, acceptability, and actionability: Findings from visits with three Pebble Partners. Healthcare Design, 10(11), 18–23.

    “In order to examine how evidence was being used in design decision-making, interviews and observation sessions were conducted at three Pebble Partner healthcare facilities at different phases of the evidence-based design (EBD) implementation process. The site visit for the predesign phase was conducted at a Midwestern community hospital (Waukesha Memorial Hospital, ProHealth Care); the design phase at a Northeastern academic medical center (Princeton University Medical Center); and the construction phase at a Pacific Coast long-term care safety net facility (Laguna Honda Hospital).”


  • Kleba, P., & Kent, J. (2010). Journey of transformation to an optimal healing community. Healthcare Design, 10(9), 18–18,20,22.

    “The structure that embodies this feeling is a hospital based on creating a culture of compassion and the Optimal Healing Community (OHC). Pebble Partner, Waukesha Memorial Hospital (WMH), is the flagship hospital of ProHealth Care (PHC) in Waukesha, Wisconsin.”