Heat-related illnesses in southeast Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE- Tuesday's temperatures near 100 degrees is causing health problems around southeast Wisconsin.
-Beaver Dam Community Hospital had no one come in for heat exhaustion or heat treatment.
-Waupun Memorial Hospital had no one come in Tuesday, but had one case last week.
Fond du Lac County:
- Ripon Medical Center had no cases.
- Saint Agnes Hospital has had three heat related cases since the "heat wave" began.
Fort Memorial Hospital had two cases Monday, but no one has come in Tuesday.
-No one has come in with heat-related illness.
-Columbia St. Mary's had one case today of heat-related illness.
-Froedtert Hospital had a few people who came in earlier Tuesday are now being treated for heat-related illness.
-Children's Hospital of Wisconsin has had two cases as of Tuesday morning. They did not see anymore throughout the day.
-Wheaton Healthcare St. Joseph Hospital has seen 12 people today for heat-related reasons.
-Wheaton Healthcare St. Francis Hospital has seen one person for heat-related reasons.
-Wheaton Healthcare Franklin Hospital has seen one person for heat-related reasons.
-Wheaton Healthcare had no heat-related cases yet.
-All Saints Hospital had no heat-related cases yet.
-Aurora Memorial Hospital had no heat-related cases yet.
-Lakeview Specialty Hospital and Rehab had no heat-related cases yet.
-Saint Nicholas Hospital has not seen anything
-Aurora Lakeland Medical Center has seen no cases at their particular location.