Rogers Memorial Hospital-West Allis Celebrates 15th Anniversary

Posted on 05/18/15 02:07:pm


Continuing to build on the legacy of quality mental health treatment that began in 1907, on May 15, Rogers Memorial Hospital’s West Allis campus celebrated its 15th anniversary. As part of one of the largest specialty mental health providers in the nation, here are seven things to know about the West Allis hospital as it celebrates its 15th anniversary.

  1. In its first year, Rogers–West Allis served 143 patients.
  2. Kambiz Pahlavan, MD, DLFAPA, DLFAACAP, has served as medical director of the West Allis hospital since the doors opened.
  3. Rogers’ child and adolescent day treatment program cares for Milwaukee’s children and teens, enabling our community’s youth to access therapy services. Rogers serves up to 150 children and adolescents (ages 4 to 18) per day and has admitted children from more than 300 Milwaukee Public Schools, private and charter schools over the past 10 years—an increase of 90 percent since the program’s inception.
  4. In 2008, 20,000 square feet was added, increasing the reception and admissions area and providing specialized space for day treatment and partial hospitalization programs.
  5. In 2014, the hospital added a second building one mile down the road to house all intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs in order to expand treatment space for child and adolescent day treatment.
  6. Since opening its doors in West Allis 15 years ago, Rogers has admitted nearly 55,000 patients and provided more than 532,000 patient days of care.
  7. The 15th anniversary coincides with National Mental Health month. Promoted nationally, mental health month is an opportunity to promote awareness, fight stigma and provide support for those living with a mental health condition.

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