Frequently asked questions about the Aurora Medical Center in Summit

When did the medical center open for patient care?

The Aurora Wilkinson Medical Clinic opened for patient care on October 26, 2009. The hospital portion of the campus opened on March 1, 2010.

Where is Aurora Medical Center in Summit located?

The regional medial center is conveniently located on the southeast corner of I-94 and Hwy 67 in the Town of Summit.

The medical center address is:
36500 Aurora Drive.
Summit, WI 53066

Is there more than one entrance?

There are 5 convenient canopied entrances to the medical center - emergency entrance, the main hospital entrance, the Aurora Wilkinson Medical Clinic (medical office building) entrance, the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic entrance and the ambulatory surgery entrance.

How many patient beds does the medical center have?

There are 117 beds, including Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) beds.

Why did we build a new hospital in Summit?

Aurora Health Care serves more than 60,000 patients in this community. We had long outgrown our current facilities. Building Aurora Medical Center in Summit fulfilled our vision of bringing truly coordinated healthcare to the people of western Waukesha County.

How much did it cost to build the hospital?

$189 million

Who practices at the medical center?

Aurora Medical Center in Summit, like all Aurora hospitals, has an open medical staff. This means doctors and other providers with appropriate credentials can apply for privileges at the new medical center.

Is there a pharmacy close to the medical center?

The medical center has an on-site Aurora pharmacy inside the Aurora Wilkinson Medical Clinic. There is also an Aurora Vision Center and gift shop.

How can I apply for a job?

At Aurora Medical Center in Summit, our caregivers are committed to shaping the future of health care in Wisconsin. Visit careers section to inquire about any job openings.