Historical Timeline of Aurora Sinai Medical Center
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||Milwaukee Hospital opens, administered by the Institution of Protestant Deaconesses in Pittsburgh
||Mount Sinai Hospital opens
||Evangelical Deaconess Hospital opens
||St. Luke's Hospital opens
||Lutheran Deaconess Motherhouse incorporates and assumes administration of Milwaukee Hospital
||Milwaukee Hospital incorporates (although still owned by LDM)
||Milwaukee Hospital changes name to Lutheran Hospital of Milwaukee
||Lutheran Hospital of Milwaukee and Evangelical Deaconess Hospital merge to form Good Samaritan Medical Center. Deaconess campus closes and programs are consolidated at Lutheran Hospital campus in 1985.
||Good Samaritan Medical Center and St. Luke's Hospital affiliate to form St. Luke's Samaritan Health Care, Inc.
||Mount Sinai Medical Center merges with Good Samaritan Medical Center as Sinai Samaritan Medical Center and, as such, affiliates with St. Luke's Samaritan Health Care, Inc.
||Merge to form Sinai Samaritan; becomes Aurora Health Care, Inc.
||Samaritan's Kilbourn Ave. campus (originally Milwaukee Hospital) closes
||Sinai Samaritan's name was changed to Aurora Sinai Medical Center.
||Aurora Sinai Medical Center legally merged into Aurora Health Care Metro, Inc.