Aurora in the News

  • Aurora plans $81 million surgery center, medical building in Sheboygan

    Aurora plans $81 million surgery center, medical building in Sheboygan

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 9, 2015

    Aurora Health Care said it will spend an estimated $81.3 million to build an outpatient surgery center and medical office building in Sheboygan. As part of the planned expansion, Aurora also will donate $5.1 million to build new recreational facilities in the city, including fields for baseball, soccer and football.

  • Union Grove man close to '100 percent' after being 1st in state to receive a new pacemaker

    Union Grove man close to '100 percent' after being 1st in state to receive a new pacemaker

    Racine Journal Times, January 28, 2015

    Dr. Imram Niazi, an electrophysiologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, and his patient were featured in a story about the installation of the first Nanostim pacemaker in the state.

  • Aurora uses hyperbaric oxygen therapy to accelerate wound healing

    Aurora uses hyperbaric oxygen therapy to accelerate wound healing

    Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter, January 15, 2015

    Dr. Asif Tahir, director of wound care and hyperbaric medicine for Aurora Health Care, and a patient were featured in a story about Aurora Medical Center in Manitowoc County’s two new "monoplace" hyperbaric chambers.

  • Aurora plans gift to improve access to health care

    Aurora plans gift to improve access to health care

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 9, 2014

    Aurora Health Care announced a $10 million donation to support community health organizations across eastern Wisconsin. The donation is intended to improve access to primary care and behavioral health services, as well as enhance treatment and prevention programs for sexual assault and domestic violence in the region.