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Cardiovascular DiseaseTraining Facilities

About the Practice Sites

The two campus sites of our fellowship programs — Aurora St. Luke's and Sinai Medical Centers — provide a rich and challenging training experience. Whether at the bedside or at the laboratory bench, fellows learn through the synergistic combination of leading-edge technology and the accumulated experience of two outstanding programs.

To communicate instantly with hospitals and clinics statewide, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center and Aurora Sinai Medical Center campuses use Aurora Health Care’s system-wide EPIC electronic medical records system.

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center

Wisconsin’s Largest Private Hospital

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center has an interventional cardiologist and full catheterization staff on-site 24/7. St. Luke's is the only hospital in Wisconsin to offer this kind of around-the-clock heart care. Patients are assessed immediately, minimizing time between arrival and an angioplasty to open their blocked artery.

The facility has 983 hospital beds and offers:

  • Inpatient Units: 76 critical care beds, 29 of which are for cardiovascular intensive care, transplant patients and post-anesthesia recovery.
  • Catheterization and EP Laboratories: There are five laboratories for electrophysiologic studies and 10 for cardiac catheterization diagnostic studies and interventions.
  • ER and Surgical Suites: The emergency department has beds for up to 38 patients; 6 of 21 surgical suites are equipped for cardiac procedures.
  • Specialized Cardiac Care: St. Luke’s is home to the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center; Anticoagulation Clinics; the Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani Center for Integrative Research on Cardiovascular Aging; and the Tendick Center for the Surgical Treatment of Heart Failure and Transplant Centers, among others.

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center
2900 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53215
Phone: 414-649-6000 | Fax: 414-649-7982
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Aurora Sinai Medical Center

A Focus on Teaching and Training

Located just minutes from downtown Milwaukee, Aurora Sinai Medical Center houses Consultation and Initial Diagnosis. The campus offers cardiac and arrhythmia specialty clinics, a non-invasive laboratory, X-ray and ECG/Holter monitoring.

The facility has 233 hospital beds and offers:

  • Various Diagnostic Services: Nuclear cardiology and stress testing, echocardiography laboratory, peripheral vascular laboratory, pacemaker clinic and ambulatory monitoring.
  • State-of-the-art Laboratories: The nuclear lab was the first in Wisconsin to be certified by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories. The echocardiography lab (which is also certified) and Noninvasive Peripheral Vascular lab have imaging systems with capabilities for both transthoracic and transesophageal studies, as well as for noninvasive peripheral vascular imaging.
  • Cardiac Care: The hospital's cardiac care units are close to operating theaters. There are 12 intensive care and 12 cardiovascular intensive care beds, in addition to 37 medical and surgical telemetry beds.
  • ER and Surgical Suites: The emergency department has 10 triage beds, two psychiatric care beds, four trauma beds, nine critical care beds, 15 treatment beds and five observation beds.

Aurora Sinai Medical Center
1020 N. 12th St., OHC 2nd Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: 414-219-5219 | Fax: 414-219-5960
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