Aurora Sinai Medical Center

Aurora Health Care's commitment to serving people in the heart of Milwaukee stretches back to the city's earliest days. 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the oldest of the five hospitals that ultimately consolidated to form what we call today Aurora Sinai Medical Center. These community-based hospitals – Milwaukee, Lutheran, Deaconess, Good Samaritan and Mount Sinai – were all developed out of the commitment of leading citizens to battle the most challenging diseases of their day and to serve the poor. They were the critical social change agents of their time.

Aurora Health Care continues its legacy of care by serving those most in need in our communities. Aurora's Well Community initiative, raises awareness of and support for major programs that are designed to improve the health and well-being of the people we serve throughout southeastern Wisconsin.

Aurora Sinai Medical Center 150th Anniversary Sponsors

Leadership Sponsors

Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin
The Ralph Evinrude Foundation
Stanley and Shirley Kritzik
Quarles & Brady LLP
Allan "Bud" and Suzanne Selig
Dr. Nick and Kathy Turkal
Wisconsin Energy Foundation