Aurora's continuum of care
Prevention and early detection
Aurora's extensive health education, counseling, screening and immunization programs promote health and wellness in communities throughout eastern Wisconsin. Our award winning Care Management Program is the core philosophy guiding our work at Aurora. This focused, coordinated approach to delivering health care in the right place, at the right time, improves patient care through prevention, early detection and disease management.
Family and community services
Aurora Family Service is Wisconsin's oldest and largest not-for-profit, non-sectarian family organization. Aurora Family Service's programs include parenting education, prevention programs for high-risk families, counseling services for families in crisis and services for the elderly.
Aurora, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin Medical School, operates community clinics in the Milwaukee area, most of them in under-served neighborhoods. The clinics emphasize prevention and wellness while providing a wide range of primary care.
Aurora's community outreach efforts also include an extensive parish nursing program that serves more than 50 congregations.
Primary and specialty care
Aurora has more than 1300 employed physicians serving patients from Northern Illinois to Marinette. Aurora Medical Group and Aurora Advanced Health Care are Aurora's largest groups of employed physicians. They offer primary and specialty care, as well as diagnostic services in our hospitals, urgent and walk-in care.
Aurora regards pharmacists as a vital link in the continuum of care. Aurora operates nearly 100 pharmacies in eastern Wisconsin. Aurora pharmacies include free-standing community retail pharmacy stores as well as inpatient and outpatient pharmacies within clinics and hospitals.
Behavioral health care
Aurora Behavioral Health Services is a fully integrated network of psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers and facilities addressing the full spectrum of behavioral health needs. Services are offered at Aurora Psychiatric Hospital in Wauwatosa and multiple outpatient sites throughout eastern Wisconsin.
Aurora Health Care offers inpatient care at 14 acute-care hospitals and one psychiatric hospital. Our hospital services include some of the nation's most respected cardiac, cancer neuroscience and women's health treatment programs. Electronic health records, all-digital diagnostics and electronic monitoring of ICU patients are just a few of the latest advancements that ensure our patients receive the highest quality care possible. Aurora hospitals are located in Kenosha, Burlington, Elkhorn, Milwaukee, Cudahy, West Allis, Wauwatosa, Summit, Hartford, Grafton, Sheboygan, Oshkosh, Two Rivers and Green Bay. Aurora Medical Center Grafton is also Wisconsin's first entirely “green” hospital.
Aurora's rehabilitation services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, sports medicine, speech therapy, audiology and massage therapy are offered at nearly forty sites throughout eastern Wisconsin. Our rehabilitation services include programs of Aurora Occupational Health Services and the Aurora Sports Medicine Institute.
The Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin is the state's oldest and largest home care agency. In addition to home nursing care, the Aurora VNA provides intravenous therapy and durable medical equipment, along with training by nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, social workers, technicians, spiritual care and mobile meals. The Aurora VNA serves communities throughout eastern Wisconsin.
For patients with a limited life expectancy, the Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin offers hospice services for patients of all ages in their homes and at the Aurora VNA Zilber Family Hospice in Wauwatosa.