Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment:

Rogers is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital, nationally recognized for specialty residential treatment programs for eating disorders, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders for children, teens and adults.

Teresa L. Schultz, RN, MBA

Teresa SchultzVice President of Patient Care and Chief Nursing Officer
Rogers Memorial Hospital


Teresa Schultz earned her bachelor's of science in business administration and master of business administration from Cardinal Stritch University, and her associate degree in nursing from Blackhawk Technical College.

Experience / Areas of Expertise:

Teresa Schultz brings nearly 30 years of experience in many areas of healthcare to her role as the Vice President of Patient Care / Chief Nursing Officer at Rogers. Schultz has been with Rogers since 2007, first as the director of nursing and then as the vice president of nursing for its two hospital. In her current position, she oversees the majority of clinical operations for Rogers’ Oconomowoc and Milwaukee (West Allis) hospitals, which includes nursing services, social services, experiential therapy, inpatient program operations, as well as health information, clinical infomatics, quality improvement and ancillary services (contracted lab, pharmacy and radiology services) for the Rogers Behavioral Health System. She is dedicated to continuous quality improvement and the delivery of evidence-based clinical services that are fully focused on patient and family care.

Schultz has expertise in large- and small-scale hospital and clinic operations, regulatory and accreditation compliance, performance improvement and program development to ensure exceptional performance. She has also been instrumental in many start-up projects such as new clinics, hospital/clinic acquisitions, electronic medical records implementations and new programs and/or expansions of existing services.

Professional Associations:

Schultz is a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives, the Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives and its membership committee, the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, the Wisconsin Chapter American Psychiatric Nurses Association, the Wisconsin Hospital Association Hospitals Education and Advocacy Team and the Bryant and Stratton Nursing Advisory Board.

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