Lakeshore Technical College gets $1 million for health care center

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CLEVELAND – Lakeshore Technical College on Friday celebrated a $1 million donation from Froedtert Health Network & the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital and the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity for the development of a new center of excellence in health care.

The donation is the largest in the LTC Foundation’s 46-year history and is part of a $5 million fundraising campaign for the new center, which is expected to open in 2023.

The new center will be a 16,000 square foot addition and renovation to the existing Cleveland campus, benefiting the 1,500 students and healthcare and emergency services professionals who will train at the new facility each year.

The college said in a press release that the expansion will meet growing demand for graduates of its nursing, emergency medical technician, radiology, medical assistant, paramedic, firefighter and other health care and public safety programs.

Lakeshore Technical College Donors, Supporters, Staff and Students Celebrate a $1 Million Donation to a New Center of Healthcare Excellence at Froedtert Health Network & the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital and Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity.

“We cannot overstate the transformational impact this million dollar gift will have on our college and our community,” said LTC President Dr. Paul Carlsen. “We are all lifelong health care consumers, and a disproportionate share of health care workers in our community are college graduates. This new partnership with Froedtert Health Network & the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital and the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity will lead to the modernization of our facilities and help us significantly increase the number of nursing students. of health we get every year.

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Of the $5 million fundraising goal, 79% has been met, LTC said. Private fundraising will include $3 million, of which $2.38 million has been raised. LTC will contribute $2 million.

There remain naming opportunities for bay and emergency entrance, teaching labs, simulation rooms, and classrooms.

To learn more about fundraising, visit yourltcfoundation.com.

Contact Brandon Reid at 920-686-2984 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @breidHTRNews.

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