United Hospital System is a leader in cardiovascular care. We provide the latest tests and procedures to diagnose and treat heart and vascular conditions.
Orthopedic care you can count on from a team you can trust
When you visit any of the hospitals or clinics in the United Hospital System, our goal is to make you feel like the most important person in the building.
Hospitals are a complex ecosystem of people, equipment, closed doors and long hallways, but having served our community for more than 110 years, we have learned to welcome patients and visitors with courtesy, compassion and understanding.
The people who work in the United Hospital System are proud of our highly trained medical staff, our state-of-the-art equipment, and the outstanding quality of the services we offer. But our first priority – our mission – is to ensure the health of the people in our community. With that
mission in mind, everyone on our team – doctors, nurses, therapists, receptionists, billing clerks, administrators – is laser-focused on meeting the needs of every individual who comes to us for services.
No matter what type of medical care you need, you are likely to find it within the United Hospital System. Here you can:
United Hospital System has medical centers in Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie and clinics in Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie, Paddock Lake and Gurnee. No matter how or where you come to us, you will be treated as a valuable asset – a member of our community.
Social Workers help people solve and cope with problems in their everyday lives. Throughout your hospital stay, we will help you navigate through your medical journey.
A Social Worker is ready to meet with you Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The Social Worker performs patient medical and psychosocial assessments for the development of a discharge plan while communicating with patients, their significant others and outside agencies.
The Social Worker is available to assist with the following:
If you and or your family would like to meet with the social worker, please contact the us at (262) 656-2922 to schedule an appointment.
“Oh come to the water all you who are thirsty, come to me, listen, and your soul will live” Isaiah 55:1, 3
As you receive your diagnosis and begin your treatment you may find your mind wrestling with many questions. You may wonder why this is happening to you. You may wonder how this is going to change your life. You may begin to look at what your priorities have been in life and now you are thinking maybe they should have been different. Old hurts from the past may suddenly come to mind and yearning for resolution begins to build within you. You find yourself thinking how precious your family is and what could you do to express your great love for them.
As these and other concerns arise within you, you may find it helpful to explore these questions. The staff at United Hospital System’s Spiritual Care Department are committed to bringing comfort, healing, compassion, and support to our patients, their families, and our staff regardless of their religious affiliation.
In order to fulfill the many needs of our patients’, their families and friends, and those of our peers and leaders, we offer:
A chaplain is on campus Monday through Friday. Speak to your nurse or social worker if you would like to receive a visit from the chaplain.
We look forward to working with you.
United is a leader in cardiovascular care. We provide the latest tests and procedures to diagnose and treat heart and vascular conditions.
United provides orthopedic care you can count on from a team you can trust.