Aurora Media Center

Aurora in the news

Finding meaning while facing death

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - January 12, 2017

Dr. Manish Pant, oncologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, is featured in a story about 30-year old osteosarcoma patient Emily Thornburg, who is maintaining a hopeful disposition while she fights cancer and the unknown.

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News Releases

Aurora Plans to Open Ambulatory Surgery Center, Physician Office Building in Kenosha

$130 million project to be located near I-94 and Highway 50

January 19, 2017

The Kenosha Common Council has approved rezoning of property for the project.

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Aurora Health Care Names New Hospital Leader

Jessica Bauer chosen as president of Aurora Sinai Medical Center and Aurora St. Luke’s South Shore

January 18, 2017

Bauer succeeds Carolynn Glocka, who is retiring after many years of service to Aurora.

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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

Cheri Mantz Photo

Cheri Mantz

Public Relations Advisor, Sr.

Krissy Lillie

Krissy Lillie

Manager, External Communications


Ashley White

Product Marketing Advisor


Public Relations Guidelines and Procedures

The public relations team at Aurora Health Care operates under the following guidelines and procedures:

To arrange interviews, press should call public relations. A member of our team can help access a specialist. If the person a reporter requests is not available, we may be able to provide an alternative source.

Protecting the privacy of patients and families is our responsibility; it's also the law. Please do not come to our sites unannounced. Rather, contact public relations and we will find experts for interviews and connect you. We'll also make an effort to contact patients upon your request to ascertain their interest in being interviewed.

Ensuring patient confidentiality and privacy, and exhibiting sensitivity to all of the patients, families and employees at Aurora Health Care is of vital concern. Therefore, reporters, film crews and photographers must always be accompanied by a public relations team member while on any of the campuses.

To be photographed or videotaped at Aurora Health Care, patients or their legal guardians must sign a consent form. A member of our public relations team can arrange this.

Because of the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) patients over 18 or their legal guardian must complete a release form before anyone who works at Aurora Health Care can release confidential information about a patient. A member of our public relations team can arrange consent

Reporters inquiring about a patient’s condition should contact a member of our public relations team, with the individual's full name.