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Who to contact for media inquiries...
Adam Beeson – Public Affairs Manager
Phone: (414) 299-1690
Myrle Croasdale – Public Affairs Manager
Phone: (414) 299-1691
Krissy Lillie – Public Affairs Manager
Phone: (920) 288-3629
Kristin Rabas – Public Affairs Coordinator
Phone: (920) 373-4761
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- Aurora Accountable Care Network (AACN)
- ACE – Care for the elderly
- Immunotherapy: Aurora's researchers are stimulating the immune system to fight cancer.
- Heart care firsts: From transplants to Ventricular Assist Devices, Aurora is setting new standards in cardiac care.
- Neurological disorders experts at Aurora are involved in a range of clinical trials and treatments for such conditions as ALS, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsons and stroke.
- Cancer care includes expertise in breast, colorectal, gynecological, kidney, lung, melanoma, neuro, pancreatic, prostate and others.
- Medical research: Aurora does more clinical research than any other health system in the state and has hundreds of clinical trials open.
- Aurora Health Care is a leader in the treatment of complex heart conditions. Our specialty heart centers serve patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, adult congenital heart disease, Marfan syndrome and valvular heart disease.
- Aurora Health Care and its Center for Integrative Research on Cardiovascular Aging (CIRCA) is an integral part of research programs that include Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Electrophysiology, Heart Failure, Cell Therapy, Regenerative Medicine and Biomedical Research among others.
- Aurora Health Care offers a full line of orthopedic and sports medicine services.
Patient information policy
Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act or HIPPA, patient privacy is paramount and hospitals may disclose a patient's condition only in general terms. If a journalist calls with a specific patient name and facility, with the patient's permission, additional information may be available.
- Undetermined. Patient is awaiting physician assessment.
- Good. Vital signs are stable and within normal limits. Patient is conscious and comfortable. Indicators are excellent.
- Fair. Vital signs are stable and within normal limits. Patient is conscious but may be uncomfortable. Indicators are favorable.
- Serious. Vital signs may be unstable and not within normal limits. Patient is acutely ill. Indicators are questionable.
- Critical. Vital signs are unstable and not within normal limits. Patient may be unconscious. Indicators are unfavorable.