The Milwaukee Regional Medical Center (MRMC)—located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin—is a consortium of six health care institutions whose faculty, staff and caregivers provide a full range of services.
MRMC is the name of the physical campus where members are located, as well as the name of the administrative organization that adds value to its member organizations through increased collaboration and streamlining of financial and service delivery. The campus is governed by an executive team and other governing bodies that handle long-term campus strategy as well as plan for emergency preparedness, sustainability initiatives and more.
MRMC is the region’s only academic medical center. The campus is home to a Level I Adult Trauma Center at a nationally ranked academic medical center, a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center at a nationally recognized children's hospital and a medical college that is the largest research center in the Milwaukee metropolitan area and the second-largest in Wisconsin.
The Flight For Life (FFL) Transport System is a division of MRMC. FFL is headquartered in Waukesha, Wisconsin with air medical bases in Waukesha, Wisconsin and McHenry, Illinois, and Mobile Intensive Care ground ambulances in Waukesha, Richfield, and the Racine/Kenosha area.
MRMC member organizations provide continuum of care rehabilitation services and offer new discoveries and cures to patients throughout the world. MRMC members share a common mission of excellence in patient care, medical education, life-science research and community service.
MRMC member organizations include: