Day by Day, Patients with Treatment-Resistant Depression Gain their Lives Back Through TMS

Approximately one-third of men and women who are diagnosed with major depressive disorder are unable to alleviate their symptoms with psychotherapy or medication. Some have spent years trying to stabilize their mood disorder unsuccessfully, leaving them with little hope and no answers. Until recently. Through a generous donation by Dr. Michael and Billie Kubly, Rogers…

10th Annual Cobeen Swing-a-Thon

Residents at Marquette University’s Cobeen Hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin have once again shown their big hearts as they held their 10th Annual Swing- a -Thon to raise awareness for eating disorders. The Swing- a-Thon was held on April 28-29. A total of about 144 residents took turns swinging for 36 straight hours. Pledges were raised…

2016 Initiatives

Research Rogers Memorial Hospital, in cooperation with San Diego State University, has been conducting clinical research using a computer-based software treatment tool known as Attention Retraining Program (ARP). Studies show that using ARP leads to a reduction in symptoms for such disorders as depression, PTSD and anxiety. Additional large-scale studies and software advancements are on…

Two Thumbs Up: Carter’s Ready to Go Home

Carter was born with a congenital heart defect and has had to endure many surgeries in life. An anxious child, the ongoing stress from being sick seemed to overwhelm him. In first grade, he was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). We were managing it at home when his younger brother was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome,…

2015 Impact Report

Last year, more children, teens and adults experienced the benefits of Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation’s life-saving initiatives than ever before. Below are just a few examples of how your donations made an impact: Patient Care Grants Grant funding was expanded to include the hospital’s new outpatient clinics in Brown Deer (WI), Nashville (TN), and Skokie…

New Hospital Brings the Promise of Better Days Ahead

Accessibility to Rogers’ Renowned Services Increases The summer of 2015 marks a milestone in our mission to increase accessibility to quality mental healthcare with the opening of Rogers Memorial Hospital’s new 56-bed inpatient facility in Brown Deer, Wisconsin. The third comprehensive behavioral health campus for Rogers, this hospital provides inpatient care and stabilization for children,…