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Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - September 16, 2016

Dr. John Bosco, gastroenterologist at Aurora BayCare, speaks about Crohn’s disease, as well as the importance of the Crohn’s and Colitis walk held at Aurora BayCare.

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News Releases

Aurora Health Care to Expand Use of New ED Technology at Hospitals

Solution helping to enhance the patient experience

October 06, 2016

Aurora today announced the further deployment of a technology solution from EmOpti, Inc., helping Aurora to optimize emergency medical care. Launched at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in early 2016, this technology solution will now be expanded to Aurora West Allis Medical Center and Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha.

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Aurora Pulse

remission ride

The Ride to Celebrate Beating Leukemia

Aurora Health Care - September 22, 2016

Tom Johnson beat leukemia and got right back on his bike.

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A Multidisciplinary Approach to Cancer Care

August 25, 2016

Aurora Cancer Care brings a multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment, with teams of experts finding the best option for patients. Dr. Wesley Papenfuss is a leading surgical oncologist.

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Media Contacts

For general press inquiries, please e-mail The contacts listed below are available only to news professionals.


Mo Moorman

Director, Public Relations & Social Media

Tami Kou

Tami Kou

Director, Public Affairs


Matt Braun

Manager, Public Relations

Don Klein

Don Klein

Manager, Public Affairs

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Cheri Mantz

Public Relations Advisor, Sr.

Krissy Lillie

Krissy Lillie

Manager, External Communications

Kristin Rabas

Kristin Rabas

Product Marketing Advisor, Sr


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