Jacqueline S Mlsna, MD


  • Sports Medicine
  • Fracture Care
  • Joint Replacements


Loyola University
Chicago, Illinois
B.S. in Biology
Honors, Magna Cum Laude
M.S. Candidate 1981-1983

Medical School
University of Illinois College of Medicine
Rockford, Illinois
M.D. 1983-1987; Honors

Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI
June 1987 – June 1988

Orthopedic Surgery
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI
July 1988 – June 1992

Specialty Board Certification

Diplomate American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
1994, Recertification – June 2004, July 2014

Memberships in Professional Affiliations and/or Activities

Fellow – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Wisconsin State Medical Society

Milwaukee Orthopedic Society

State of Wisconsin Orthopedic Society

Mount Mary College Team Physician

Alverno College Team Physician

Assistant Softball Coach, Mount Mary College 2011

Grade School basketball, volleyball & softball coach

Athletic Board Member: St. Dominic Parish

Board Member Notre Dame – Don Bosco Basketball League

Brookfield Park & Rec Softball League 1988-present

Active basketball, volleyball & tennis player


Magna Cum Laude with Honors
Loyola University

Alpha Omega Alpha
University of Illinois

Graduation with Honors
University of Illinois College of Medicine

Tom C. Reeves Memorial Award – Awarded to medical student as voted by his/her peers, as person to whom they would most likely send their family

Hospital Affiliations

Elmbrook Memorial Hospital
Elmbrook Memorial Hospital

St. Joseph’s Hospital
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Wheaton Wauwatosa Outpatient Center
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Orthopedic Hospital Of Wisconsin
Glendale, WI

Columbia St. Mary’s HospitalMilwaukee, WI
Milwaukee, WI|Mequon, WI

Midwest Orthopedic Specialty
Franklin, WIFranklin, WI

Leadership Positions:

Vice-President Medical Staff 
Wheaton – St. Joseph’s Hospital 
2010 – 2013
Chairperson, Dept. Orthopaedic Surgery 
Wheaton – St. Joseph’s Hospital 
2002 – 2006
2012 – present
Chairperson, Quality Review Committee 
Wheaton – St. Joseph’s Hospital 
1995 – 2002

Volunteer/ Sports:

Loyola University Basketball Team


“Patients deserve the personal attention of their physician who should partner with them in forming a personalized diagnosis and treatment plan.  Many orthopedic surgeons in this community have abandoned the traditional doctor/patient relationship, choosing to provide only the most technical aspects of their patients’ care. Most of the evaluation, examination and consultation is provided by an assistant with considerably less training and experience. In this model of care, surgeons do not see their patients in the hospital after surgery, nor do they provide personal aftercare in the office.  I believe, on the other hand, that the doctor/patient relationship is crucial to a patient’s care. In my view, personal interaction between a physician and patient provides the best opportunity for proper diagnosis and treatment, along with the best opportunity for a good outcome. Every patient deserves and should expect nothing less.”


Wisconsin 1988 #29485


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