Aurora in the news

When a rape stole her sense of control, she fought back by eating fire

Sheboygan Press - May 16, 2018

Sheboygan Press features a story of a sexual assault survivor and how she has coped following her assault. Deanna Grundl, RN, forensic nurse examiner, was interviewed about the SANE nursing program at Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, and how they work with local law enforcement.

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First-time mom celebrates new baby ahead of Mother's Day

WGBA-TV, NBC 26 - May 11, 2018

Dr. William Morrissey, Ob-Gyn at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was featured in a story about first time moms celebrating Mother’s Day. The segment also included information about the services available to women at Aurora BayCare Women’s Health.

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Opioid epidemic quadruples number of organ donors in WI

WITI-TV FOX 6 - May 11, 2018

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director of abdominal transplant at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, comments on a silver lining amidst the national opioid epidemic – a rise in number of organ donations both locally and nationally.

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Summit hospital holds party for triplets' first birthday

WDJT-TV CBS 58 - May 11, 2018

Aurora Medical Center in Summit hosted a first birthday party for the Malack triplets – the first set of triplets born at AMCS. Several news stations came out to cover the party, and interview the family and medical staff.

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Teen journeys from brink of suicide to happiness and strength — all with mom at her side

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - May 11, 2018

A year and a half after a suicide attempt and a visit to Aurora Medical Center in Washington County, a Kradwell School graduate has learned to manage and control destructive thoughts and be more aware of the importance of her mental health.

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New Sixteenth Street clinic planned for West Milwaukee

BizTimes Milwaukee - May 08, 2018

Cristy Garcia-Thomas, chief experience officer, and other Aurora representatives were among the community leaders present at the opening of the new Sixteenth Street Community Clinic on Layton. The site, which was funded through Aurora’s Better Together Fund, will provide bilingual behavioral health and substance abuse treatment services to the community.

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Ask the Expert: Fighting ticks and Lyme disease

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - May 04, 2018

Dr. John Brill, primary care physician at Aurora Health Care, discusses ticks and Lyme disease and how to fight against them.

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Health Watch: 3D Breast Imaging

WFRV-TV, CBS 5 - May 02, 2018

Dr. William Owens, director of comprehensive breast health at Aurora BayCare, was featured in a story about the new breast imaging area at Aurora BayCare and the importance of mammography in diagnosing breast cancer early. The interview included his patient, Susan.

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Ask the Expert: Tips on E. coli outbreak

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - May 01, 2018

Dr. Niel Johnson, family medicine physician at Aurora Health Center in Brookfield, appeared on WTMJ-4 to discuss symptoms and treatment of an E.coli infection in the wake of the nationwide outbreak stemming from Yuma, Arizona.

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Infertility Awareness: What could be preventing you from conceiving, how to change it

WITI-TV FOX 6 - April 27, 2018

Dr. Aida Shanti, OBGYN fertility specialist, appeared live on Fox 6 Real Milwaukee to discuss National Infertility Week and the options Aurora Fertility Services offers. She shared information about common causes of infertility for both men and women.

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Genetic counseling: Knowledge is power for Sobieski woman

Green Bay Press-Gazette - April 25, 2018

Dr. William Witmer, interventional cardiologist at Aurora BayCare, and Amy Schoenebeck, senior genetic counselor at Aurora BayCare, discuss the important impact cardiac genetic counseling is making on patient care.

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Milwaukee city leaders recognize Denim Day

WDJT-TV CBS 58 - April 25, 2018

Sharain Horn, director of Aurora Healing and Advocacy Services, discusses Denim Day and the services and support available at Aurora to victims of sexual violence.

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Aurora BayCare adds soothing sounds, videos to mammograms

WBAY TV, ABC 2 - April 23, 2018

Dr. Lynn Mastey, diagnostic radiologist at Aurora BayCare, discusses the new breast imaging area at Aurora BayCare Medical Center. The community was also invited to an open house event that included provider led tours of the space which features audiovisual 3-D mammography and a calming environment.

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Curious Kenosha: Looking at trauma care in Kenosha

Kenosha News - April 22, 2018

Dr. Thomas Kirages, medical director for Aurora’s emergency department in Kenosha, and Katie Johnson, trauma coordinator in Kenosha, are quoted in a story about the trauma treatment available in Kenosha.

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Ask the Expert: Stress Management Tips

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - April 20, 2018

Munther Barakat, clinical psychologist with Aurora Behavioral Health, discussed Stress Awareness Month on WTMJ-TV 4. Dr. Barakat shared information about acute and chronic stressors and tips to reduce and manage stress.

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Wisconsin doctor in need of transplant gets kidney thanks to childhood friend

Green Bay Press-Gazette - April 18, 2018

Dr. Moises Garcia, hepatologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center needed a kidney transplant and waited several years for a compatible donor. Dr. Garcia received the transplant thanks to a childhood friend from Nicaragua.

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Local hospital drastically cutting down on ER wait times

WDJT-TV CBS 58 - April 13, 2018

Dr. Paul Coogan, president Aurora Health Care emergency division, and Maia Schwartz, physician assistant at Aurora West Allis, discuss the patient benefits of EmOpti’s ER telemedicine system. Aurora hospitals are the only Milwaukee-area facilities using EmOpti.

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Ask the Expert: Sexual assault awareness month

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - April 12, 2018

Sharain Horn, director of Healing and Advocacy Services for Aurora Health Care, discusses Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program.

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Milwaukee doctor recognized for helping pregnant woman with rare heart disease

WITI-TV FOX 6 - April 12, 2018

Dr. Dianne Zwicke, a cardiologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, is featured in a story about the lifesaving protocol she and her team created for women with pulmonary arterial hypertension, which has allowed pregnant women with the condition to carry their babies to term. Dr. Zwicke was recently acknowledged with an international award for her team’s work

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Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation giving $420,000 to Aurora Health Care

BizTimes Milwaukee - April 12, 2018

The Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation recently made a donation of $420,000 to Aurora Cancer Care. The donation continues a series of gifts from the foundation in support of the NanoKnife system — a technology used to better treat people with inoperable or difficult-to-reach tumors.

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Manitowoc County young professionals prep for YPWeek Wisconsin activities

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter - April 06, 2018

The Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter includes a brief article and photo about Sam Pinchart, RN, at Aurora Medical Center in Manitowoc County, who recently received a DAISY Award. The article includes a quote from chief nursing officer, Betsy Benz, as well.

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Is your child safely seated in your car?

Sheboygan Press - April 03, 2018

Penny Maletzke, health promotion specialist and certified child passenger safety technician in Plymouth, penned an article on the guidelines for keeping children safe in cars.

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Local physicians talk about working in male-dominated field

WDJT-TV CBS 58 - April 01, 2018

Dr. Juanita Celix, neurosurgeon at Aurora St. Luke’s, and Dr. Melanie Fukui, neuroradiologist at the Aurora Neurosciences Innovation Institute at Aurora St. Luke’s, are featured in a program focusing on women working in predominantly male fields.

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Ask the Expert: Help your family eat healthy

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - March 30, 2018

Heather Klug, registered dietician at Karen Yontz Center at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discussed National Nutrition Month. Heather shares how busy parents can prepare healthy meals and model healthy eating habits for their children.

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Ask the Expert: Protect against colon cancer

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - March 28, 2018

Dr. Federico Sanchez, system medical director medical oncology for Aurora Health Care, discusses Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and how to protect yourself.

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Hungry? Milwaukee Brewers reveal new ballpark foods at Miller Park

WITI-TV FOX 6 - March 27, 2018

The Brewers’ Miller Park home opener was on Monday. Fans saw a number of changes, including an Aurora Health Care Bullpen area for group outings and a new Aurora-sponsored suite for nursing moms

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Ask the expert: a surgeon and patient talk gastric bypass surgery

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - March 21, 2018

Dr. Peter Garza, bariatric surgeon at Aurora Medical Center in Summit was interviewed with a patient, Peggy Geiger, about bariatric surgery options.

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Dr. Michael Thompson Aurora oncologist named fellow by ASCO

BizTimes Milwaukee - March 19, 2018

BizTimes Milwaukee posted to their website a news release about Dr. Michael Thompson, hematologist and oncologist with Aurora Health Care, being named a fellow by the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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St. Paddy’s Day hats given to newborns at Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis

WITI-TV FOX 6 - March 17, 2018

Lucky babies born on St. Patrick’s Day, at the Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis, received hand-knit green hats.

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Local surgeon reflects on his time in the Iraq War

Green Bay Press Gazette - March 15, 2018

Dr. Jon Henry, an orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center who is fellowship trained in sports medicine, was featured in a story discussing the impact the Iraq War has on the lives of veterans. During the war, Dr. Henry was an orthopedic surgeon at Forward Operating Base Speicher in Iraq. The article was written for the 15th anniversary of the start of the war.

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Health Watch: MS Awareness Month

WDJT- TV CBS 58 - March 14, 2018

Dr. Eric Maas, neurologist with Aurora Health Care, was the in-studio guest on CBS 58 for MS Awareness Month. Dr. Maas referred to the inspiration he feels when treating MS patients in the community, as well as the typical symptoms and treatment options.

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Hamstring graft gives hockey player chance to quickly get back on the ice after ACL tear

WITI-TV FOX 6 - March 12, 2018

Dr. Mark Wichman, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora Health Care, details how he repaired the ACL of Milwaukee Admirals player, Jimmy Oligny, with a hamstring graft, allowing him to get back on the ice much more quickly than usual.

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Marcus CineLatino Milwaukee Film Festival returns April 11-15

WITI-TV FOX 6 - March 07, 2018

The second annual CineLatino Film Festival hosts a four-day film festival from April 12 through April 15 at Marcus South Shore Cinema in Oak Creek. The festival will benefit Aurora Cancer Care – Spanish Clinic.

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Da Vinci Xi Robot, used by Aurora and others, allows for ‘much less invasive surgery'

WITI-TV FOX 6 - March 05, 2018

Dr. Melinda Knight, Aurora urologist, spoke about a robotic device used by doctors at Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha, during the Kenosha Expo, and how it’s changing the way patients experience surgery.

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GenoPlate: Crafting your diet based on your DNA

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - February 27, 2018

Olivia Johnson, registered dietitian at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, talked about DNA diets and a Milwaukee-based company offering them. Olivia shared information about how meeting with a registered dietitian can benefit people looking to lose weight.

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Green Bay Gamblers' Teddy Bear Toss a Success

WFRV-TV CBS 5 - February 25, 2018

The Green Bay Gamblers hockey team hosted their 19th Annual Teddy Bear Toss. They collected more than 6,000 stuffed toys that will be given to pediatric patients at Aurora BayCare Medical Center and other facilities.

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Stranger donates kidney after seeing a Wisconsin mom's billboard

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - February 16, 2018

Marinette resident, Terrence Rice, received a kidney transplant at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, that was donated from an Oklahoma resident after he saw a billboard. Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director of abdominal transplant, discusses the importance of living organ donation.

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Ask the Expert: Talking to children about tragedies

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - February 15, 2018

In light of the recent tragedy in Florida, Dr. Munther Barakat, program psychologist with the child and adolescent day treatment program at Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, was interviewed to discuss common psychological issues that can affect children, and adults, following national tragedies.

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Quick response saves Sheboygan man's life after heart attack

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - February 14, 2018

Dr. Frank Downey, cardiothoracic surgeon at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses the case of a Sheboygan man who suffered a life-threatening cardiac episode. Through the work of an EMT, as well as the team at both Aurora Medical Center in Grafton and Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, the patient is back home recovering. It’s a great story about the true team effort across the Aurora Health Care system that helped save this young man’s life.

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Manitowoc opioid epidemic: Aurora ER offers recovery coaches for addicts

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter - February 12, 2018

Shelby Kuhn, manager of behavioral health programming at Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, is quoted in a story in the Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter about a new program at the emergency departments at both the Aurora Medical Center in Manitowoc County and Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center to help in the battle against opioid abuse in the community.

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Innovation with Ed Begley Jr.

FOX Business Channel - February 10, 2018

Dr. Bijoy Khandheria, cardiologist with Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center and the global executive health program, was featured in an interview on the national cable network Fox Business Channel on a program called “Innovation with Ed Begley Jr.”

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Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center celebrates 900th successful heart transplant

WDJT-TV CBS 58 - February 04, 2018

Peg Ollinger of Wind Lake is the recipient of Aurora’s 900th heart transplant at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. Dr. Frank Downey, Peg’s transplant surgeon, discusses this important milestone for the hospital.

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Aurora Health Care participates in Little Hats, Big Hearts

WDJT-TV CBS 58 - February 01, 2018

For the third year in a row, Aurora Health Care participated in Little Hats, Big Hearts, a congenative heart defect awareness campaign through the American Heart Association. All babies born at Aurora birthing centers received hand-knit red hats to support the program. Dawn Terpstra, RN, at Aurora Women’s Pavilion, and a knitter, discussed this important program.

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Go Red For Women at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - January 31, 2018

Heather Klug, registered dietitian at the Karen Yontz Center at Aurora St. Luke’s, discusses the center’s Open House event in honor of Heart Month and Go Red for Women Day.

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Manitowoc receives 8 AEDs from area organizations

WFRV-TV CBS 5 - January 24, 2018

The city of Manitowoc received 8 brand new automated external defibrillators on January 24. The donation of eight AEDs (automated external defibrillators) were made to the city of Manitowoc by numerous entities, including Aurora Health Care and Aurora BayCare Cardiology.

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Ask the Expert: Key tips to avoid getting the flu

WTML-TV, NBC 4 - January 22, 2018

Dr. John Brill, primary care physician, was an in-studio guest on WTMJ-4’s Ask the Expert. Dr. Brill discussed the current flu season, and urge people to get a flu shot if they haven’t already gotten one.

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'Baby box' convenient for parents, safe for babies

WISN-TV, ABC 12 - January 19, 2018

The number of infants dying in Milwaukee as a result of unsafe sleeping is at the highest rate. Baby Box Company offering the safe infant sleep environments state-wide beginning January 23, boxes are offered to all women who deliver at both Aurora Sinai and the Aurora Women’s Pavilion.

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Economic Trends speakers anticipate continued growth in 2018

BizTimes Milwaukee - January 19, 2018

Nick Turkal, president and CEO of Aurora Health Care, was among the speakers at the BizTimes Media annual Northern Trust Economic Trends event. Speakers discussed their expectations for the economy and the manufacturing, health care and workforce development sectors this year.

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Cold and flu season: Doctor dispels some common myths about how it spreads

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - January 16, 2018

Dr. Stephanie McDearmon, family medicine physician, was the in-studio guest on Fox 6 Real Milwaukee to discuss ways to prevent the flu. She shared a series of true/false statements on possible ways to catch the flu.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations to be held across southeastern Wisconsin

WFRV-TV, CBS 58 - January 15, 2018

Several celebrations were planned across southeastern Wisconsin to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Aurora Sinai Medical Center was in a list of celebrations across the city in honor of MLK Day. The event brought together caregivers, patients and families for an afternoon of music and performance.

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Bobby Butler the 4th Admirals player who will aim for gold in Winter Olympics

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - January 11, 2018

Bobby Butler will be the fourth Milwaukee Admirals player to play in the upcoming Winter Olympics. He is one of Carol Grgic patients. Carol Grgic is a physical therapist at Aurora Sinai Medical Center and is featured in his story.

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New recommendations for introducing kids to peanuts

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - January 11, 2018

The number of kids diagnosed with a peanut allergy is on the rising. Dr. Mark Hermanoff, allergist, immunologist at Aurora Health Care discussed the recent changes in recommendations for parents introducing peanuts to their children.

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Take Me OUT to the Milwaukee Brewers Inaugural Pride Night

Shepherd Express - January 10, 2018

The Milwaukee Brewers announced that they will host their first ever Pride Night this season. This was made possible through the efforts of Aurora Health Care in collaboration with the Brewers Baseball Club

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Get up, walk around, take the stairs — even little changes can turn around sedentary lifestyles

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - January 08, 2018

The Journal Sentinel's sports writer interviewed Emily Barten, receptionist at the Aurora Sports Health office on Mayfair Road about using a standing desk for about a year. She also interviewed Linda Snyder, PT, about the implications of sitting all day.

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Aurora Health Care and Brewers team up for new partnership

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - January 05, 2018

Aurora Health Care will replace Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin as the health care sponsor of the Milwaukee Brewers. The two organizations will work on a variety of initiatives throughout the year to promote health and wellness as well as diversity and inclusion at Miller Park and throughout the state.

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Volunteers honor loved ones through pet therapy program at Aurora BayCare Medical Center

WGBA-TV, NBC 26 - January 03, 2018

At the Aurora BayCare Medical Center, Dan Vermeulen and his 5-year-old golden retriever visit patients once a week to offer them pet therapy. Dan Vermeulen, has been volunteering with his dog for the past six months in honor of his late wife, Cheryl, who benefited from pet therapy while in the hospital.

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Twins are first babies born in 2018 at Aurora Sinai Medical Center

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - January 01, 2018

Aurora Sinai Medical Center welcomed in a set of boy-girl twins. They were the first babies born in Milwaukee in 2018.

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Dieticians say people can consume 7,000 calories Christmas Day unknowingly

WBAY-TV, ABC 2 - December 24, 2017

Carrie Taicher, registered dietician at Aurora BayCare, and Junius Ho, personal trainer at Aurora BayCare Sports Medicine, were interviewed about holiday diets and health. They explain how over the holidays the amount of calories we eat doubles and ways to avoid overeating.

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Firefighter has new beginning after cancer battle

WISN-TV, ABC 12 - December 21, 2017

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal is interviewed about his patient, Erik Kopp, a volunteer firefighter, who received a liver transplant while battling bile duct cancer at Aurora St. Luke's.

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For your health: Dr. Eric Weiss

WTMJ-AM 620 - December 17, 2017

Dr. Weiss discusses aortic aneurysm and the aortic program at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center

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Santa brings holiday cheer to NICU babies at Aurora Sinai Medical Center

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - December 15, 2017

Babies in the neonatal intensive care unit at Aurora Sinai Medical Center got a visit from Santa ahead of the holidays.

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Aurora Children’s Health warns about adolescent mood changes and the link to vitamin D

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - December 14, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director of Aurora's Children's Health, discusses the importance of making sure your child, especially adolescents, gets enough vitamin D in winter.

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Advocate Health Care and Aurora Health Care combined would be one of the biggest regional systems

Modern Healthcare - December 09, 2017

Aurora Health Care and Advocate Health Care announced plans that they aim to merge in 2018 to create the 10th largest non-profit health system in the country.

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What parents should know about holiday toys

WBAY-TV, ABC 2 - December 08, 2017

Dr. Steven Stroman, emergency and EMS physician at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was interviewed about what parents should watch for when shopping for holiday toys.

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Aurora Health Care, Advocate Health Care to merge in 2018

New York Times - December 04, 2017

The New York Times looks into the recent merger of CVS and Aetna and discusses the announced proposed merger of Aurora Health Care and Advocate Health Care into Advocate Aurora Health.

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Aurora Health Care and Advocate Health Care to merge

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - December 04, 2017

Aurora Health Care, the largest health system in Wisconsin, and Advocate Health Care Network, the largest health system in Illinois, announced an agreement to combine their operations, a merger that would create the 10th largest non-profit health system in the country.

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The importance of orthopedic medical research

WLUK-TV, FOX 11 - December 01, 2017

Dr. Robert Limoni, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was interviewed about the importance of orthopedic medical research.

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Giving thanks for a new heart, a new life

WLUK-TV, FOX 11 - November 22, 2017

Fond du Lac resident, Rick Gilgenbach was thankful this Thanksgiving for the heart transplant he received from Dr. Frank Downey at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center.

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Aurora Family Services gives Thanksgiving meals to 3,000+ families

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - November 20, 2017

The 21st annual Aurora’s Family to Family Thanksgiving event took place on Nov. 20. Aurora caregivers helped load donated food for area families in need this holiday season.

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It's never too late to stop smoking to reap health benefits

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - November 15, 2017

Dr. Steven Leh, pulmonologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, shares information on the benefits of quitting smoking at any age, in honor of the annual Great American Smokeout.

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New blood pressure guidelines recommended

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - November 13, 2017

Dr. Bijoy Khandheria, cardiologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, was interviewed by WDJT-TV CBS 58 about new guidelines released today by the American Heart Association for blood pressure screenings.

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Virtual visits: Health care without leaving home — Many providers offer service for $50 or less

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - November 13, 2017

Aurora Health Care is one of several other providers who are investing in telehealth. Aurora recently launched Video Visit.

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Army vet on the front lines of cancer research

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - November 10, 2017

Aurora research intern Janae Lampkins is an army veteran who uses her training to help her daily work in the Aurora research lab on the front lines of cancer research.

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Second chance at life: his heart transplant is built on decades of science, medicine

Fond du Lac Reporter - November 09, 2017

Many newspapers shared he history of the heart transplant program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center and patient Rick Gilgenbach of Fond du Lac, who recently received a heart transplant. Dr. Frank Downey and his team performed the transplant, building on the rich history of heart transplant in Wisconsin. Gilgenbach’s father also received a heart transplant at Aurora St. Luke’s several years ago.

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Health Watch: Multi-disciplinary Cancer Clinic

WFRV-TV, CBS 5 - November 08, 2017

Dr. William Owens, director of Aurora BayCare Medical Center’s Comprehensive Breast Care Center, discusses the benefits of Aurora BayCare’s Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic and the Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT) that his patient, Lee Ann received to treat her stage 1 breast cancer.

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Aurora shows its surgical robotics

Kenosha News - November 03, 2017

Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha hosted an open-house for patients to see the new DaVinci Robotics Equipment the hospital now utilizes for patients. Dr. Melinda Knight, a surgeon at the Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha, shares her thoughts on this new technology.

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Aurora Health Care breaks ground on new West Allis facility

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - October 30, 2017

The building, at Six Points Crossing and Greenfield Ave., will replace Aurora's existing West Allis clinic.

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Families enjoy morning at Aurora BayCare Spooky Sprint

WGBA-TV, NBC 26 - October 30, 2017

Aurora BayCare Spooky Sprint is a family-friendly, Halloween-themed race that also features a family fun 1K walk and run in Green Bay.

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Northwestern Mutual, Aurora Health Care investing $5 million each in Milwaukee startup companies

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - October 30, 2017

The two new funds also could spur other large companies in the Milwaukee area to set up similar funds.

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Aurora neurologist discusses stroke prevention and symptoms

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - October 27, 2017

Dr. Thomas Wolfe, neurologist with Aurora Health Care, shares information on the warning signs of stroke and importance of B.E.F.A.S.T. when it becomes apparent a stroke is occurring.

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Aurora St. Luke’s celebrates heart transplant milestone

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - October 27, 2017

Dr. Frank Downey, heart transplant surgeon at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, shares information on the 49 years that Aurora St. Luke’s has been saving lives through heart transplants.

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Sheboygan County dispatchers help save lives, provide early medical care directions

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - October 27, 2017

Dr. Steven Zils, out-of-hospital medical director for Aurora Health Care in Sheboygan County, discusses the work of Aurora Health Care to help emergency dispatch responders begin to provide instructions to people during an emergency, including CPR coaching.

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Saukville firefighter perseveres in battle with cancer

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - October 25, 2017

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director of Aurora’s Abdominal Transplant Program, discusses the story of a young father and firefighter who recently battled bile duct cancer.

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Wauwatosa school unites for kindness, acceptance

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - October 25, 2017

Kradwell School, part of the Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, recently held an anti-bullying walk on the school’s campus. Mary Helen Schulte, Kradwell School principal, discussed the importance of anti-bullying efforts.

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All about anterior hip replacements

WLUK-TV, 11 FOX - October 13, 2017

Dr. Michael Schnaubelt, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the advantages of anterior hip replacements.

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New Aurora Health Clinic opens on Jackson Street

Oshkosh Northwestern - October 12, 2017

A new Aurora Health Center opens in downtown Oshkosh that will offer residents primary care, sports health and more.

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Parents find comfort through infant loss support group

WTMJ-TV, NBC 4 - October 12, 2017

The Aurora Women’s Pavilion at Aurora West Allis Medical Center hosts a support group for families who have suffered a loss due to miscarriage or stillbirth. Machele Minster, RN, coordinator of the program, and a former patient share what the support group means to them.

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A trip to the hospital, minus the ouch

Kenosha News - October 10, 2017

Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha welcomes “mini-medics” – first grade students who get to experience the importance of a healthy lifestyle, how the heart works, pet therapy and more at the hospital.

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Aurora Health Care president and CEO says health care in 'turmoil'

WISN-TV, ABC 12, and statewide - October 08, 2017

Dr. Nick Turkal appeared on “UpFront with Mike Gousha” to discuss his reaction to Congress’ inability to pass legislation to change the Affordable Care Act. He emphasized the need for a bipartisan solution to health care that puts patients first and helps ensure their access to high-quality, cost-effective care. The public affairs program aired statewide.

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Aurora Health Care, Sheboygan Sheriff rolls out new 911 dispatch protocol

MySheboygan.com - October 06, 2017

Dr. Steven Zils, medical director for out of hospital care for Aurora Health Care in Sheboygan and Ozaukee County, discusses a new 911 dispatch protocol Aurora is helping to roll out with the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s department. The new program was funded by generous donation from Acuity Insurance.

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Breast cancer: From taboo topic to an entire month of awareness

Green Bay Press Gazette - October 04, 2017

Dr. William Owens, breast surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the changing landscape of breast cancer awareness and treatment.

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When is the flu, really the flu?

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - October 04, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora’s Children’s Health, discusses the differences between the stomach flu and the flu, and stresses the importance of children getting the flu shot.

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How to talk to kids about the mass shooting in Las Vegas

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - October 03, 2017

Munther Barakat, program psychologist with the child and adolescent day treatment at Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, shares information on the most effective ways to talk to children about national tragedies.

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Wisconsin a top state for uterine cancer

WBAY-TV, 2 ABC - September 28, 2017

Dr. Peter Johnson, director of gynecologic oncology at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and Robin Elmer, nurse navigator at Aurora BayCare, discuss the benefits of minimally-invasive robotic treatment for uterine cancer. September is gynecologic cancer awareness month and Aurora BayCare has multi-disciplinary cancer clinic that treats uterine cancer.

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September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

WTMJ-TV, NBC 4 - September 22, 2017

Dr. Elizabeth Dickson, an oncologist with Aurora Health Care, was a featured guest on WTMJ-4, discussing the symptoms and treatment options for ovarian cancer. Her patient, Cheryl, shares her personal story with viewers.

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

WTMJ-TV, NBC 4 - September 22, 2017

Dr. Matt Johnson, a urologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, was a featured guest on WTMJ-TV NBC 4 discussing prostate cancer prevention and detection.

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‘A problem worth taking on:’ Students at Oconomowoc HS watch new documentary on opioid epidemic

WITI-TV Fox 6 - September 19, 2017

A documentary created by public affairs TV station Wisconsin Eye, in partnership with Aurora Health Care and other organizations, was screened for Oconomowoc High School students before its public premiere later that evening. The documentary features young Wisconsinites who are dealing with the aftermath of opiate addiction. Dr. Andy Anderson, Aurora chief medical officer, provides an introduction to the documentary.

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Helping a patient breathe

WBAY-TV, 2 ABC - September 19, 2017

Dr. Michael Mackowski, trauma director at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and Dr. Steve Stroman, EMS director at Aurora BayCare, were interviewed during a training with Ashwaubenon and De Pere first responders on opening airways.

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Food trucks take over Aurora Sinai Medical Center parking lot to bring awareness to Sudden Unexpected Infant Death

Milwaukee Courier - September 16, 2017

Aurora Sinai Medical Center hosted several local food trucks as a fundraiser for the hospital’s Safe Sleep/Safe Ride programs.

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Aurora Sinai opens healing and advocacy center for victims of sexual assault

BizTimes Milwaukee - September 14, 2017

Aurora Health Care recently opened a newly remodeled clinic space at Aurora Sinai Medical Center to house services for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Kenosha News - September 12, 2017

Dr. Laurie Gesell, medical director for the hyperbaric oxygen therapy and wound care program for Aurora Health Care, highlights this new hyperbaric oxygen therapy offering at Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha. One of the first patients to receive care in the new chambers was also interviewed.

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National Suicide Prevention Week aims to raise awareness

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - September 11, 2017

Munther Barakat, program psychologist with the child and adolescent day treatment at Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, was a featured guest discussing resources available to local youth and families struggling with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. He was joined by Karlee Gross, a student at Kradwell and a suicide survivor who shared her personal story of overcoming anxiety and depression.

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Common injuries athletes experience

WLUK-TV, 11 FOX - September 08, 2017

Dr. Jon Henry, orthopedic surgeon, discusses the benefits of sports medicine and common injuries athletes may experience.

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Newborns at Aurora Women’s Pavilion get green and gold hats in honor of football season

WITI-TV, FOX 6 - September 08, 2017

The Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis celebrated the beginning of the 2017-18 NFL season by giving handmade green and gold hats to newborns born at the facility opening weekend.

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Water is among the best weapons to fight childhood obesity

WDGT-TV, CBS 58 - September 07, 2017

Aurora pediatrician, Dr. Kevin Dahlman, discusses the implications for childhood obesity and how water is among the best tools in the fight against it.

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See the doctor, stay at home

BizTimes - September 04, 2017

Aurora Health Care now offers Video Visit, a modern way to get medical treatment without leaving home. Dr. Andy Anderson, Aurora’s chief medical officer, details the logistics of the new offering.

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For your health: Prostate cancer screening

WTMJ-AM 620 - September 03, 2017

Dr. Matt Johnson discussed prostate cancer prevention and the importance of screenings. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.

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Ask the Expert: New leukemia treatment

WTMJ-TV, NBC 4 - September 01, 2017

Dr. Federico Sanchez, systems medical director for medical oncology with Aurora Cancer Care, was the featured guest discussing the recently FDA approved CAR-T Therapy treatment for blood cancers like leukemia. Dr. Sanchez’s expertise in blood cancer and knowledge of stem cell therapy made him the ideal candidate for the interview.

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Aurora to fund new telepsychiatry unit

Kenosha News - August 31, 2017

A grant of $250,000 from the Aurora Health Care Better Together Fund will expand access to behavioral health care in Kenosha County.

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Aurora Medical Center in Grafton leading the way for robotic surgeries

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - August 30, 2017

Dr. Bill Tisol, thoracic surgeon at the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, discusses how he and his team have worked together to become ranked the busiest robotics surgical team in the world. The ranking comes from DaVinci based on the past three months.

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National soccer team athletic trainer, Yoshi Ono, tends to Plymouth High School players

Sheboygan Press - August 29, 2017

Aurora athletic trainer, Yoshi Ono, is the team trainer for Plymouth High School, and for the U.S. Men’s World Cup soccer team.

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Seconds can mean a lifetime for stroke patients

Green Bay Press Gazette - August 29, 2017

Dr. Ziad Darkhabani, stroke and interventional neurologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was shares information about Aurora BayCare’s certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, biplane imaging room move and the importance of quick interventional stroke treatment, and a recent patient who is recovering from a stroke.

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Resolve Through Sharing helping families coping with untimely loss of children

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - August 28, 2017

The Resolve Through Sharing support group at Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis is highlighted as the only group of its kind in the area for families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or a death shortly after birth.

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100 Most Influential People in Healthcare 2017

Modern Healthcare - August 25, 2017

Dr. Nick Turkal, president and CEO of Aurora Health Care, and Dr. Tejal Gandhi, member of the Aurora Health Care Board of Directors, were named to this annual list.

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Woman suffers stroke shopping with grand kid; experts push app to help kids learn 911

WBAY-TV, ABC 2 - August 22, 2017

Dr. Ziad Darkhabani, interventional neurologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center’s Comprehensive Stroke Center, discusses how he treated a local woman who experienced a stroke while shopping with her granddaughter.

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Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a healthy start to a new life

Milwaukee Courier - August 19, 2017

Mary Shaw, lactation consultant at Aurora Sinai Medical Center, was interviewed by the Milwaukee Courier for a story about Breastfeeding Awareness Month. Shaw shares information on the health benefits of breastfeeding and services that are available for breastfeeding women.

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Local man hopes new multiple sclerosis drug gives him his life back

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - August 16, 2017

Dr. Akram Dastagir, a neurologist with Aurora Health Care based at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center and an expert in multiple sclerosis, was featured in a story about a recently approved FDA treatment for the neurological condition. The drug, called Ocrevus, has been shown in clinical trials to slow the progression of the disease.

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Column: Bipartisan action essential on health care reform

USA Today Network - August 15, 2017

Dr. Nick Turkal, CEO of Aurora Health Care, penned a column on the importance of bipartisan action to move forward on health care reform in the United States.

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Man’s heart pierced in nail gun accident

WBAY-TV, 2 ABC - August 14, 2017

Aurora BayCare Medical Center had an unusual situation when a patient arrived who had accidentally shot a nail into his heart with a nail gun.

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Miracle Babies Picnic celebrates beauty of life

WBAY-TV, 2 ABC - August 13, 2017

Dr. Frank Wittmaack, reproduction endocrinologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was interviewed at the annual Aurora BayCare Miracle Baby Picnic on Sunday afternoon. Hundreds of families and caregivers came together to celebrate children that have beaten the odds with the help of the Aurora BayCare NICU and/or fertility services.

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Doctor plays farewell concert to patients

Racine Journal Times - August 12, 2017

Dr. John Trotter, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora Rehab Center in Racine, performed in his own concert as a way to thank his patients. Dr. Trotter is retiring from Aurora after 17 years.

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Aurora helps students consider career options

Kenosha News - August 09, 2017

Aurora Medical Center hosted a mentoring session with Kenosha high school students. Aurora offered tours of medical facilities and information about career options in health care. The event is part of a newly formed community outreach program.

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Aurora St. Luke’s ranked top hospital in Milwaukee area

BizTimes - August 08, 2017

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center has been named the No. 1 hospital in the Milwaukee metro region, and the second-best hospital in the state in the 2017-2018 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list.

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Baseline concussion testing gains popularity in youth sports

WTMJ-TV, NBC 4 - August 08, 2017

Aurora athletic trainer, Danielle Lueck, explains the reasons for baseline concussion testing whether a child is an athlete or not. The test offers a baseline for doctors and parents to better understand the severity of a concussion, should one occur.

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Common runner’s injuries and ways to avoid them

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - August 08, 2017

Aurora athletic trainer, Elaine Gonya, shares ways for runners to avoid injuries such as runner’s knee and planter fasciitis. If an injury should occur, she also offers tips for recovery.

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The link between hearing loss and dementia among key factors in prevention

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - August 08, 2017

Dr. Taylor Finseth, neurologist with Aurora Health Care, discusses a new study about the correlation between hearing loss and dementia.

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Milwaukee man saved by kidney donation from woman he never met

WTMJ-TV, NBC 4 - August 07, 2017

Members of the Aurora transplant team hosted a meeting between a local kidney donor and the man who received her kidney. The two met face-to-face at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center one month after surgery.

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Aurora pediatrician busts 5 breastfeeding myths

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - August 02, 2017

Dr. Jenny Thomas, Aurora pediatrician, shares five myths about breastfeeding and explains why they are false, during World Breastfeeding Week.

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Cancer survivors rise to challenges of triathlons

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - July 31, 2017

Team Phoenix, a group of women who have battled cancer, are led by Dr. Judy Tjoe, a breast oncology surgeon at Aurora Sinai Medical Center. The women complete a training schedule and then compete in a local triathlon.

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World Hepatitis Day

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - July 28, 2017

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director of the abdominal transplant team at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, is featured on World Hepatitis Day to highlight the organization’s Hepatitis C Screening program and treatment options of hepatitis.

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12 surprising signs of breast cancer

Redbook Magazine - July 26, 2017

Dr. Joseph Weber, surgical breast oncologist for Aurora Health Care, discusses surprising signs of breast cancer.

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Germantown woman with advanced cancer turns triathlete in months

My Northwest NOW - July 26, 2017

Dr. Judy Tjoe, breast surgeon at Aurora Sinai Medical Center and co-founder of Team Phoenix, discusses patient, Susan Leitel, a member of Team Phoenix, a training group for cancer patients and survivors who compete in a triathlon together.

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Volunteer baby cuddlers bring comfort to NICU premies and their families

WGBA-TV, NBC 26 - July 26, 2017

Sara Presteen, NICU supervisor at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the importance of volunteer baby cuddlers. Mike Beno, a volunteer at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, cuddles NICU patients including baby Remy, who spent 4 months in the NICU.

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Heart attack victim thankful for flight delay

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - July 25, 2017

Dr. Louie Kostopoulos, an interventional cardiologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, tells the story of an Arizona man’s life-changing care he received at Aurora St. Luke’s, the only hospital in Wisconsin with a 24-7 on-call cardiologist-led team staffing the cath lab to improve patient outcomes.

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Thousands raise funds for Aurora Cancer Care at Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - July 22, 2017

More than 2,000 runners and walkers participated in the 30th annual Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer, which raises funds to support Aurora Cancer Care.

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Genetic cancer testing could save Germantown woman’s life

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - July 19, 2017

Dr. Nick Webber, orthopedic oncologist with Aurora Cancer Care at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, shares an inspiring story on the care of his young patient, who is battling multiple cancers.

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Aurora Bay Area Health Center opens in Crivitz

Marinette Eagle Herald - July 14, 2017

A 7,000-square-foot clinic opens July 18 in Crivitz, featuring primary care, X-ray, laboratory and more.

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Breast cancer treatment without chemotherapy

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - July 14, 2017

Dr. Scott Maul, an oncologist with Aurora Cancer Care in Grafton, discusses implications from recent guidelines from the American Society of Clinical Oncologists about the usage of Mammaprint, a test that analyzes certain genes in early-stage breast cancer. He also spoke about Aurora's new Precision Medicine Clinic, which leverages genetic testing to treat cancer.

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Wisconsin Honor Flight hub has served 5,000 local veterans, doctor reflects on volunteering

My Ozaukee NOW - July 13, 2017

Dr. Ted O’Reilly, a family medicine physician and the chief medical officer of both the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton and Aurora Medical Center in Washington County, as well as Dr. Jennifer George, a family medicine physician in West Bend, are featured in a story about their work volunteering on Stars and Stripes Honor Flights. Both physicians volunteer as medical support during the trips to take veterans of World War II and the Korean War back to Washington DC.

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Measles concerns: local doctors work to prevent an outbreak

WBAY-TV, 2 ABC - July 10, 2017

Dr. Donald Beno, pediatrician at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was featured in a story about the measles vaccine. In the wake of recent cases of the measles virus in Minnesota, Dr. Beno discussed the importance of people receiving the MMR vaccine.

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Ensure proper medication dosing for children

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - July 07, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora children’s health, was the featured guest on CBS 58 discussing proper medication dosages for children, after a recent study indicates that up to 80 percent of parents give their children the incorrect dosage of medication.

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An untapped resource: Eagle's Wing Free Clinic in Mukwonago

Mukwonago Chief - June 29, 2017

Eagle's Wing Free Clinic has recently updated some of its medical and IT equipment with help from a $7,500 grant from Aurora Health Care’s Better Together Fund.

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Health Watch: Rotator cuff surgery

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - June 28, 2017

Dr. Shawn Hennigan, an orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and his patient, Lynn, were featured in a Health Watch discussing her recovery following a surgery to correct her broken shoulder.

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New mobile health clinic geared toward low-income residents

Racine Journal Times - June 27, 2017

Kenosha Community Health Center, an Aurora Health Care Better Together Fund recipient, launched its Mobile Medical Unit to serve residents in the Racine area. The fund provided $500,000 for construction and staffing the project.

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Aurora gives back by volunteering at the Shalom Center

Kenosha News - June 20, 2017

Caregivers participated in Aurora’s Weeks of Caring constructed 250 24-inch-by-18-inch boxes destined to contain foodstuffs for senior citizens in need in Kenosha and Racine.

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50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders

Modern Healthcare - June 18, 2017

Dr. Nick Turkal, president and CEO of Aurora Health Care, is named to this annual list, as is Dr. Tejal Gandhi, a member of the Aurora Board of Directors.

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Cancer survivor tells his story at Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer

WBAY-TV, 2 ABC - June 17, 2017

Dr. Nancy Davis, oncologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and Nolan, Aurora BayCare cancer survivor, discussed the importance of the Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer and cancer research in our community.

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Automatic CPR machines donated to Racine County Fire Departments

Racine Journal Times - June 13, 2017

Automatic CPR machines were donated by the Memorial Hospital of Burlington Community Foundation to six local EMS departments at Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington. The devices were awarded during a June 7 ceremony and training course.

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For your Health – Aurora’s Performance Golf Program

WTMJ-AM, 620 - June 11, 2017

Aurora physical therapist, Brook Holmes, shares information about the Performance Golf Program that enhances the golf game, and lowers the incidents of injuries in local golfers.

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Q&A: Healthcare debate should address coverage and access

Modern Healthcare - June 10, 2017

Dr. Nick Turkal, CEO of Aurora Health Care, says the health care debate raging in the nation's capital is devoid of one key constituent — the patient.

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Expanded Alumni House helps address opioid epidemic, but much more is needed

Milwaukee Business Journal - June 09, 2017

Aurora in April opened a new version of the Alumni House with the support of former MGIC Investment Corp. CEO Curt Culver and his family.

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Health Watch: Pediatrician talks summer insects

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - June 08, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman offers tips for parents as summer insects like bees, ticks and mosquitos begin stinging and biting.

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Doctor offers advice during Men’s Health Month

WDJT-TV, 5 CBS - June 07, 2017

Dr. David Hamel, internal medicine physician at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses Men’s Health Month and the important screenings men should have at each stage of life.

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Tis the season for ticks: What you need to know before walking in the woods

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - June 02, 2017

Dr. Richard Lusis, internal medicine physician with Aurora Health Care, discusses this year’s tick season and the best ways to remove and prevent ticks.

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Aurora Health Care Cardio-Oncology panel discussion

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - May 31, 2017

Dr. Vinay Thohan discusses Aurora’s work at the Karen Yontz Center for Cardio-Oncology to help cancer patients and survivors treat heart-related complications from treatment.

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Health Watch: Epilepsy

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - May 31, 2017

Dr. Shawn Whitton, neurologist and epileptologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the treatment of his patient who has had difficulty coping with seizures most of her life.

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Wisconsin proposal would help keep chronically ill out of emergency rooms

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - May 27, 2017

Lawmakers voted to help hospitals reduce emergency room costs within the state's Medicaid health programs, based on the success of a related program at Aurora.

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5 Minutes With Nick Turkal, MD

BizTimes Milwaukee - May 26, 2017

Aurora’s president and CEO discusses how new facilities planned for Sheboygan, Kenosha and Greenfield will enhance patient convenience and access to services.

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Health Watch: Stroke support group

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - May 24, 2017

Dr. Ziad Darkhabani, interventional radiologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discussed treatment of his patient who had a stroke last year and benefitted from a monthly stroke survivor support group.

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Hospital CEOs largely mum on questioning American Health Care Act, but not here

Milwaukee Business Journal - May 24, 2017

Aurora President and CEO Nick Turkal, MD, discusses his white paper, which notes that the current debate in Washington, D.C., falls far short of addressing real health care reform.

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Strike Out Stroke aims to raise awareness

Strike Out Stroke aims to raise awareness - May 21, 2017

Susan Zimmermann, MSN, CNRN, SCRN, director of nursing in Neuroscience at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses stroke awareness, warning signs for strokes and the Strike Out Stroke Green Bullfrogs game.

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Monitoring your medications

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - May 11, 2017

Dr. Andy Anderson, chief medical officer at Aurora Health Care, and John Weitekamp, a pharmacist with Aurora Health Care, talk about the new prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) in Wisconsin and what it may mean to both health care providers like Aurora and patients in supporting the battle against prescription drug abuse.

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Turkal: The time is now for real health care reform

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - May 10, 2017

An opinion piece on the American Health Care Act.

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Ask the Expert: Mental Health Awareness Month

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - May 04, 2017

Dr. Munther Barakat, a program psychologist with the Child and Adolescent Day Treatment Program at Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, is the featured guest on Ask the Expert discussing Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month.

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Health Watch: Children and allergies

WDGT-TV, 58 CBS - May 04, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora’s Children’s Health, discusses seasonal allergies in children – and what parents can do to give their children some relief.

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Health Watch: Achilles tendon repair

WFRV-TV, CBS 5 - May 03, 2017

Dr. Brandon Scharer, foot and ankle surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the Achilles debridement repair that patient, Chris, underwent. Chris, a former competitive tennis player, explains how the procedure allowed him to be active again after years of heel pain.

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Pediatric food allergies: new peanut allergy guidelines

WISN-TV, 12 ABC - April 30, 2017

Dr. Shelley Watters, allergist with Aurora Health Care, discusses the newer guidelines of introducing peanuts to children earlier, to try and prevent peanut allergies.

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Preventing infertility is part of Aurora Health Care program

WDGT-TV, 58 CBS - April 27, 2017

Dr. Aida Shanti, OB/GYN with Aurora Health Care, discusses multiple options for couples struggling with infertility and when to know it’s time to seek medical attention.

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Aurora’s Healing and Advocacy Services gets Department of Justice grant

WDGT-TV, 58 CBS - April 26, 2017

Sharain Horn, director of healing and advocacy services for Aurora Health Care, appeared on CBS 58 to discuss the importance of Denim Day and the $740,000 grant Aurora received to strengthen its 24-hour crisis hotline and expand advocacy and counseling services.

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Health Watch: Spring allergies

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - April 18, 2017

Aurora allergist, Dr. Nathan Lebak, shares information about spring allergies and what allergy sufferers can do to prevent and treat their symptoms.

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Seasonal allergies thriving despite cool, wet weather

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - April 18, 2017

Aurora allergist, Dr. Shelley Watters, explains that pollen and allergens can travel hundreds of miles by wind. She discusses the spring weather in Wisconsin and what that means for allergy sufferers.

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Thoracic surgeon in Grafton completes 500th robotic procedure

Ozaukee NOW - April 17, 2017

Dr. William Tisol, thoracic surgeon at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, has completed his 500th robotics case. Thoracic surgery can cover many procedures in the chest cavity, including the heart, lungs, esophagus and diaphragm.

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A doctor and a patient – Aurora doctor needs a new kidney

WTIT-TV, 6 FOX - April 16, 2017

Dr. Moises Garcia, and Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, both members of Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center’s transplant team, discuss Dr. Garcia’s need for a new kidney as part of Donate Life Month.

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Ask the Expert: Seasonal allergies

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - April 12, 2017

Dr. Monica Vasudev, allergist with Aurora Health Care, offers tips and advice for the upcoming allergy season.

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Health Watch: Zika virus

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - April 12, 2017

Dr. Stephen Sehring, obstetrician/gynecologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the symptoms of Zika virus as well as the ways to prevent the virus.

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Components of a successful exercise program

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - April 11, 2017

Aurora internal medicine physician, Dr. Senait Tesfai-Barker, and registered dietitian Jodi Kasten discuss tips to encourage people to stick with a successful exercise program.

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Pediatrician discusses the AAP new recommendations for kids and screen time

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - April 06, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora Children’s Health, discusses the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recent updated recommendation for screen time for children.

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Aurora West Allis outfits newborns with tiny Brewers hats

WISN-TV, 12 ABC - April 03, 2017

Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis gave hand-knit Brewers hats to babies born on Brewers opening day. The hats were made by a group of hospital volunteers, the Knotty Knitters.

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Liver doctor in need of kidney transplant

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - March 30, 2017

Dr. Moises Garcia, a hepatologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, shares the story of his need for a liver transplant and his hopes for finding a donor.

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Manitowoc Special Olympian, trained by Aurora athletic trainer, wins silver medal

WLUK-TV, 11 FOX - March 30, 2017

Stephanie Schafer, an athletic trainer at the Aurora Medical Center in Manitowoc County, was interviewed about her work with Heidi Van Abel, a Special Olympian athlete from Manitowoc who recently returned from the Winter World Games in Austria.

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Physical therapy is specialized at Aurora BayCare

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - March 29, 2017

Ellen Linskens, physical therapist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and Dan Reznichek, physical therapist at Aurora BayCare Sports Medicine, discuss the physical therapy offered at Aurora BayCare. Josephine, a patient of both Ellen and Dan, discusses her experience going through physical therapy after breaking her femur.

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Health Watch: Diabetes Alert Day

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - March 28, 2017

Aurora endocrinologist Dr. Lisa Shah discusses Diabetes Alert Day and the 8 million Americans who have undiagnosed diabetes.

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Texas woman travels to Milwaukee for awake brain surgery

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - March 26, 2017

A Texas woman recently traveled to Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center for an awake brain surgery to remove a softball-sized bleed in her brain.

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Genetic counseling: a key way in the fight against cancer

WFRV-TV, 5 CBS - March 22, 2017

Dr. William Owens, breast surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and Amy Schoenbeck, a genetic counselor at the Center, discuss genetic counseling and how it can benefit patients in reducing their cancer risks.

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Health Watch: TEVAR

WLUK-TV, 11 FOX - March 15, 2017

Dr. Matthew Schmidt, interventional cardiologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and his patient, Tom, discuss a minimally invasive approach to thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR).

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Kick Butts Day: Why you should quit smoking today

WGBA-TV, 26 NBC - March 13, 2017

Dr. Gregory Thom, a general and vascular surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center talks about the importance of quitting smoking and the risks associated with smoking.

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Tips to make eating healthy easier

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - March 13, 2017

Dee Gabbard, Aurora registered dietitian, appeared on CBS 58 to share some easy tips to encourage people to eat more healthfully. She also spoke about the different kinds of fat.

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Tips to make eating healthy easier

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - March 13, 2017

Dee Gabbard, Aurora registered dietitian, appeared on CBS 58 to share some easy tips to encourage people to eat more healthfully. She also spoke about the different kinds of fat.

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“Leading killer:” Aurora St. Luke’s cardiologist becomes patient; diagnosed with sepsis after trip overseas

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - March 12, 2017

Dr. Bijoy Khandheria, cardiologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, is featured in a story about the care he received at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center following an infection from an international trip.

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Dr. Dahlman talks about the flu and children

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - March 09, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora’s Children’s Health, discusses the dangers of the flu in children, and the importance of children getting the annual flu shot.

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Nurse undergoes surgery to remove grapefruit-size brain tumor

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - March 09, 2017

Dr. Amin Kassam, neurosurgeon at Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses the large tumor and amazing recovery of Aurora registered nurse, Mary Stafford.

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Health Watch: Pregnancy Welcome Visit

WFRV-TV, CBS 5 - March 08, 2017

Dr. Spies, obstetrician and gynecologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and his patient, Elizabeth, discuss the benefits and importance of the pregnancy welcome visit.

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month with Dr. Erik Johnson

WGBA-TV, 26, NBC - March 06, 2017

Dr. Erik Johnson, a colorectal surgeon with Aurora BayCare, discusses National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

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National Nutrition Month

WTMJ-TV, 4 NBC - March 01, 2017

Aurora registered dietitian, Heather Klug, shared information to help people put their best forks forward during the month of March, National Nutrition Month.

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Green Bay Gamblers deliver teddy bears to pediatric patients

WLUK-TV, 11 FOX - February 27, 2017

Over 7,300 teddy bears were delivered by the team to children at Aurora BayCare Medical Center after the Green Bay Gamblers Teddy Bear Toss.

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Discovery World’s Sportsology exhibit with Aurora Health Care

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - February 25, 2017

Craig Jankuski, Aurora’s VP of Health Services, showcases some of the fun athletic stations at Discovery World’s new Sportsology exhibit, which encourages kids to get active.

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Why are women different when it comes to heart attacks?

WGBA-TV 26, NBC - February 20, 2017

Dr. Scott Welsow, an interventional cardiologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the difference between heart attack symptoms in women and men.

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Aurora researchers are changing the lives of African-American asthma patients

WITI-TV 6, FOX - February 17, 2017

Researchers at the Aurora Research Institute are working with African-American patients on a clinical trial to help asthma patients.

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Aurora's Garcia-Thomas, MATC's Martin and GE Healthcare honored at TEMPO awards

Milwaukee Business Journal - February 17, 2017

Cristy Garcia-Thomas, Aurora’s chief diversity and inclusion officer and president of the Aurora Health Care Foundation, received a TEMPO mentor award.

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Reported rapes in Milwaukee highest in nearly a decade

CBS 58 Milwaukee - February 17, 2017

Sharain Horn, clinical nurse specialist with Aurora Abuse Response Services, notes that “reported” numbers may be up because survivors are now more likely to contact law enforcement.

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Aurora plans new Manitowoc clinic for 2018

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter - February 16, 2017

Aurora Health Care announced plans to build an 18,000-square-foot Aurora Health Center on the south side of Manitowoc.

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The upside of opiates: How drugs taken properly are saving lives

WITI-TV 6, FOX - February 16, 2017

Dr. Scott Hardin, physician with Aurora Health Care, discusses how pain doctors and patients need to work together when opiates are prescribed to make sure they’re taken properly.

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80-year-old heart patient pays it forward at Aurora BayCare Medical Center

WGBA-TV 26, NBC - February 15, 2017

Sandra Ecklund, a patient of Dr. Alexander Roitstein, cardiothoracic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was so grateful for her care after open heart surgery, that she’s giving back to the hospital that improved her life.

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Ask the Expert: National organ donor day

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - February 14, 2017

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, transplant surgeon with Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, appeared on Ask the Expert to discuss Donor Day and the importance of organ donation.

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New guidelines for treating back pain

WDJT-TV, 58 CBS - February 14, 2017

Dr. Mustafa Farooque with the back and spine program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center discusses new guidelines from the American College of Physicians on treatment for back pain. The guidelines recommend reducing the amount of prescribed pain medications.

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Retired couple celebrates Valentine’s Day by volunteering

WITI-TV 6, FOX - February 14, 2017

Jack and Ginny Hansen have been volunteering at Aurora West Allis Medical Center for years, which is no small feat since they are 89 and 94 years old. Valentine’s Day, Ginny’s 89th birthday, found them in their usual spots.

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The waiting room maestro – volunteer plays piano at Aurora West Allis Medical Center

WDJT-TV 58, CBS - February 14, 2017

Local pianist Len Pawelski has been volunteering and sharing his musical talents with Aurora West Allis Medical Center since 2013 – and raising money for the hospital, too.

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Nurse jumps into action, saves man’s life after he collapses at the gym

WITI-TV, 6 FOX - February 13, 2017

Brittany Sabin, a cardiovascular ICU nurse at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center was working out at the gym when a man near her collapsed and went into cardiac arrest. Brittany performed CPR on the man until the ambulance arrived. The two recently met in person at Aurora St. Luke’s.

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Aurora introduces robotic surgery system

Sheboygan Press - February 12, 2017

A new robotic surgical system at Aurora Memorial Medical Center in Sheboygan gives new meaning to the phrase “cutting-edge.”

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Aurora introduces new robotic surgery system

Sheboygan Press - February 09, 2017

Dr. Nicholas Draeger and Dr. Jeffrey Tomasini highlight Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center’s new da Vinci Surgical System, the first of its kind robotics system in Sheboygan County.

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Orthopedic surgeon offers hope for Bucks player’s injury

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - February 09, 2017

Aurora orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Omar Darr, discusses the recent ACL tear of Bucks player, Jabari Parker.

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Ask the Expert: Cancer Prevention Month

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - February 08, 2017

Nurse practitioner from Aurora Cancer Care at Aurora St. Luke’s, Jamie Kulzick, discusses Cancer Prevention Month and tips for living a healthy lifestyle that can help prevent cancer.

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Health Watch: Heart valve replacement

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - February 08, 2017

Dr. Alexander Roitstein, cardiothoracic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discussed the treatment of his patient, Sandy, who had a mitral valve replacement and now is a volunteer at Aurora BayCare.

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Little Hats Big Hearts at Aurora Women’s Pavilion

WITI-TV 6, FOX - February 06, 2017

Little Hats Big Hearts is an awareness campaign for congenital heart defects in newborns. During February, all babies born at Aurora birthing centers will be given hand-knit red hats to promote awareness of newborn congenital screenings.

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Eagle Scout’s project helps new moms at Aurora Women’s Pavilion

WISN-TV 12, ABC - February 04, 2017

Germantown Eagle Scout Tony Matheny, delivered 18 footstools to Aurora Women’s Pavilion in West Allis, that he handmade as part of his Eagle Scout project. The footstools will be used by new moms at the Aurora Women’s Pavilion while breastfeeding.

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What is the stomach flu?

http://www.cbs58.com/clip/13073582/dr-kevin-dahlman-talks-about-the-stomach-virus-in-kids - February 02, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora’s Children’s Health, discusses the stomach flu – how it differs from influenza, and what to do if your child gets sick.

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Health Watch: Heart failure

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - February 01, 2017

Dr. David Mathias, an interventional cardiologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the treatment of his patient, Katie, who had a massive heart attack and has now made a full recovery.

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Is it a cold or the flu?

WITI-TV 6, FOX - January 31, 2017

Dr. John Brill, family medicine physician for Aurora Health Care, appears on Fox 6 Real Milwaukee to offer the differences between a cold and the flu.

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Local podiatrist fixes teen’s birth defect

Fond du Lac Reporter - January 31, 2017

Aurora podiatrist Dr. Thurmond Lanier, completed two surgeries on teenager and volleyball player, Olivia Wehner, who was born with dramatically flat feet.

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Aurora at midpoint of $35M Tosa behavioral clinic expansion, opens Muskego site

Milwaukee Business Journal - January 27, 2017

Aurora is adding capacity in response to a growing need for behavioral health services to treat mental illness, drug addiction and alcoholism, said Pete Carlson, president of Aurora Behavioral Health Services.

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Fridays at the Fieldhouse: quad injuries

WLUK-TV 11, FOX - January 20, 2017

Dr. Harold Schock, an orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, appeared live at Good Day Wisconsin’s Field House this morning to discuss quad injuries and treatment.

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Marquette hires Mortenson to build sports research center

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - January 20, 2017

The university announced a year ago that Aurora Health Care will be a partner in this effort, contributing $40 million toward the $120 million project.

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Doctors say to stop using cotton swabs in ears

WITI-TV 6, FOX - January 19, 2017

Dr. Mark Chelmowski, a physician with Aurora Health Care, discusses the damage that can be caused by cotton swabs in ear canals, and offers a few other treatment options.

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Slippery conditions send people to hospital after falling

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - January 18, 2017

Dr. Steve Stroman, emergency department physician at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the types of injuries the department sees as a result of icy conditions. Dr. Shawn Hennigan, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare, also talked about the treatment and recovery time for fractures and other injuries due to falls on the ice.

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How to protect your heart when snow shoveling

WDJT-TV 58, CBS - January 17, 2017

Dr. Christina Crumbliss, physician with Aurora Health Care, discusses the best ways to protect your heart while shoveling snow this winter.

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Researchers in Milwaukee trying to cure heart disease, slow down aging

WISN-TV 12, ABC - January 17, 2017

Dr. Arshad Jahangir from the Aurora Research Institute discusses a recent study and the work being done at the Aurora Research Institute to better understand cardiovascular aging.

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St. Luke’s surgeons first in state to use innovative pancreatic cancer treatment

BizTimes Milwaukee - January 17, 2017

Dr. Aaron Chevinsky, director of surgical oncology with Aurora Cancer Care located at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, announces that Aurora St. Luke’s is the first in Wisconsin to use a new innovative procedure called the Nanoknife IRE to treat patients with inoperable liver and pancreatic cancers.

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MLK Celebration Breakfast held by YMCA in Milwaukee

WITI-TV 6, Fox - January 16, 2017

Aurora President and CEO Dr. Nick Turkal spoke at the annual breakfast about the need to emulate King’s example.

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Being fit and working out – with cancer

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - January 15, 2017

Christian Diompy, a fitness instructor, was shocked to learn of his cancer diagnosis. Dr. Frederico Sanchez, oncologist with Aurora Health Care, credits Christian’s overall health and wellness as helping to fuel his recovery.

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Fridays at the Fieldhouse: Concussions in young athletes

WLUK-TV 11, FOX - January 13, 2017

Todd Bruss, a physician assistant at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, appeared live at Good Day Wisconsin’s Field House this morning to discuss the dangers of concussions in student and youth athletes.

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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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She risked her life to give birth. She met the right doctor.

Wisconsin Rapids Tribune - January 05, 2017

Dr. Diane Zwicke, medical director of the pulmonary hypertension clinic at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, is featured in this amazing story of a mother beating the odds to give birth.

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The dangers of over-the-counter cold medication for children

WDJT TV 58, CBS - January 05, 2017

Dr. Kevin Dahlman, medical director for Aurora Children’s Health, discusses the potential dangers of over-the-counter cold medication for children, and offers safer home remedies.

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Right quad reconstruction helps future police officer

WFRV TV 5, CBS - January 04, 2017

Dr. Harold Schock, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses how he repaired a young man’s quadriceps muscle to get him back to pursuing his dream of being a police officer.

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A 2:30 a.m. call, a new lease on life for Darboy man

Green Bay Press Gazette - January 01, 2017

An early morning call from Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center gave a Darboy man what he had been waiting years for – a new heart.

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News Year’s Day interview with a dietitian

WFRV TV 5, CBS - January 01, 2017

Aurora BayCare Medical Center registered dietitian Deb Ruebbelke offers tips for getting a healthy start to 2017.

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Woman’s triumph inspires heart-healthy holiday

Green Bay Press Gazette - December 25, 2016

Katie Gazlay suffered a serious heart attack on Christmas last year, and thanks to the staff at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay, and Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, she’s experiencing a heart-healthy holiday one year later.

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Fridays at the Fieldhouse: Avoiding slips and falls during winter

WLUK-TV 11, FOX - December 23, 2016

Dr. Brian Klika, an orthopedic surgeon with Aurora BayCare Medical Center, shares tips for avoiding slips and falls during the winter months.

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Man receives kidney donation from his dental office’s receptionist

WTMJ-TV 4, NBC - December 22, 2016

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director of the abdominal transplant program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses the amazing story of a man who received a donated kidney from his dentist office receptionist.

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The dangers of cold weather

WITI-TV 6, FOX - December 20, 2016

Aurora family medicine physician Dr. Tarek Amin discusses the dangers of cold weather, and how we can protect ourselves when we have to be out in sub-zero temperatures.

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Fridays at the Field House – young adults and athletics

WLUK FOX, 11 - December 16, 2016

Dr. Harold Schock, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the health and safety of young adult athletes.

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4 signs of breast cancer that have nothing to do with feeling a lump

Prevention Magazine - December 14, 2016

Dr. Joseph Weber, a breast surgical oncologist at Aurora Health Care, shares information about breast cancer detection.

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New procedure in Wisconsin aims to reduce strokes

WITI FOX, 6 - December 14, 2016

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center was the first hospital in Wisconsin to implant the new AMPLATZER Occluder, which helps close holes in patients’ hearts and reduce the risk of stroke.

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New technology allows Aurora Medical Center to monitor patients’ hearts in real-time

WITI FOX, 6 - December 12, 2016

Learn how doctors at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton are monitoring patients’ hearts in three different counties – all in real-time.

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Throwing strikes with a heart pump

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - December 11, 2016

Dr. Vinay Thohan, a cardiologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses his work with patient Tyrone Morris, an exceptional bowler, awaiting a heart transplant.

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Aurora grants $300K to Oshkosh groups

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter - December 09, 2016

Aurora Health Care awarded Winnebago County organizations more than $300,000 to improve access to primary care, behavioral health and sexual and domestic violence programs, as part of Aurora’s Better Together Fund.

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Major milestone: 1,000th transcatheter aortic valve replacement at Aurora St. Luke’s

WITI FOX, 6 - December 09, 2016

Dr. Daniel O’Hair and Dr. Tanvir Bajwa are featured in an interview about the hospital’s 1,000 life-saving TAVR procedures.

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Health Care Heroes

BizTimes Milwaukee - December 08, 2016

Caregivers from Aurora Health Care were named Health Care Heroes by BizTimes Milwaukee in the categories of behavioral health, top nurse and top physician.

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A mother’s love flows through Aurora

Lake Country NOW - December 07, 2016

Aurora Medical Center in Summit employee, Kara Mollet, feels called to coordinate effective blood drives at the hospital because she has seen first-hand the difference donated blood can make. It saved the life of her son.

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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy benefits diabetics

WFRV CBS, 5 - December 07, 2016

Dr. Roland Moreno, a hyperbaric medicine and wound care specialist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses how hyperbaric treatment can improve diabetics’ quality of life.

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Aurora QuickCares moving to Walgreens

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - December 06, 2016

Aurora will replace the drugstore chain’s five clinics in the Milwaukee area and open three clinics in Walgreens stores in Oshkosh and the Green Bay area.

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Program tailors resources to first time parents

Sheboygan Press - December 03, 2016

Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center offers the Welcome Baby program, which identifies and assists first time parents who may need assistance to ensure they have a safe, healthy baby.

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Woman visiting Milwaukee grateful for doctors at Aurora St. Luke’s

WITI FOX, 6 - November 30, 2016

Diane Wing was visiting Milwaukee from Texas when her liver began failing due to Hepatitis C. The staff at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center were able to use a MARS machine to get her stable until a liver was available for transplant.

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Telehealth, three ways

Modern Healthcare - November 29, 2016

Dr. Robert Frank, director of operations and optimization at Aurora Health Care, discusses the importance of fully testing and updating software when using telemedicine.

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Fridays at the Field House – Ankle Replacements

WLUK FOX, 11 - November 28, 2016

Dr. Jason DeVries, foot and ankle surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the advances in ankle replacements and the details of the procedure.

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Milwaukee Firefighter shows gratitude to Aurora St. Luke’s staff who saved him

WITI FOX, 6 - November 23, 2016

Milwaukee Firefighter Dan Lipski returned to Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center before Thanksgiving to show his appreciation to the hospital staff who saved his life.

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Simple steps to eat healthy and enjoy the holidays

WDJT CBS, 58 - November 22, 2016

Aurora Health Care registered dietitian, Brooke Moersfelder, offers tips to help people eat healthy during the holidays, but still enjoy themselves.

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Aurora Family Services provide full Thanksgiving meals

WDJT CBS, 58 - November 21, 2016

Thousands of families in Milwaukee had enough food to prepare a full Thanksgiving meal this year, thanks to Aurora Family Services.

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Four big flu shot myths

WTMJ NBC, 4 - November 19, 2016

Dr. Mark Hermanoff, allergist and immunologist with Aurora Health Care, discusses four flu shot myths and the importance of getting an annual flu shot.

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Preparing for a heart-healthy hunt

WGBA-TV 26, NBC - November 18, 2016

Dr. Scott Weslow, cardiologist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center shares health advice as hunters head out in to the woods this deer hunting season.

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Scabies outbreak spreads through middle school

WISN-TV 12, ABC - November 17, 2016

Dr. Tarek Amin, family medicine physician with Aurora Health Care, discusses what parents need to know about scabies prevention and treatment after a local middle school sees several outbreaks.

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The doctor is in to talk Men’s Health and “Movember”

WDJT-TV CBS, 58 - November 16, 2016

Dr. Matt Johnson, urologist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, talks about the Movember movement and why men need to have regular health screenings.

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Antibiotic overload: Docs try to cut back

Green Bay Press-Gazette - November 13, 2016

Dr. Donald Beno, a pediatrician at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses the negative implications of overuse of antibiotics.

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Fridays at the Field House – Shoulder replacement surgery

WLUK-TV Fox, 11 - November 11, 2016

Dr. Shawn Hennigan, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, shares the latest information on shoulder replacement surgery.

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Tasty food, fine wine draws crowd to Lombardi cancer fundraiser

http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2016/11/07/tasty-food-fine-wine-draws-crowd-to-lombardi-event.html - November 07, 2016

More than 700 people attended the Lombardi Food & Wine Tasting Gala, to benefit the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation and the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinics at Aurora Health Care facilities throughout the state.

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Aurora West Allis Medical Center hosts conference focusing on prescription drug abuse

WITI-TV Fox, 6 - November 05, 2016

Dr. Michael Bohn, addiction psychiatrist with Aurora Health Care, spoke at a conference focusing on prescription drug abuse at Aurora West Allis Medical Center. The event also included a prescription drug drop off, to rid homes of unwanted prescription medication.

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Aurora Health Care plans $17 million clinic in Oak Creek

BizTimes Milwaukee - November 04, 2016

Aurora Health Care announced the plan to build a $17 million 30,000-square-foot health center at Ryan Road and Howell Avenue in Oak Creek, offering urgent care, lab, imaging, a pharmacy and more.

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Need for New Heart Not Stopping Bowling Champ

WISN-12 ABC - November 04, 2016

Local bowler, Tyrone Morris, is awaiting a heart transplant and received a ventricular assist device from Dr. Vinay Thohan from the Advanced Heart Failure program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. The device has allowed Tyrone to get back to bowling while waiting on a heart.

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Fond du Lac man Gets Care While Waiting on a New Heart

Fox 11 News - November 03, 2016

Dr. Paul Bernstein, an interventional cardiologist with Aurora Health Care, is featured along with shots from the Aurora Health Center in Fond du Lac about patient Rick Gilgenbach, who suffers from a heart condition that has him on a heart pump and awaiting a transplant.

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Pioneering Procedure Implants Bioresorbable Stent into Patient

WITI-FOX 6 - November 03, 2016

Aurora’s Dr. Suhail Allaqaband discusses a new bioresorbing stent that he implanted in a patient, the first in the region done at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center.

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Health Watch: A Total Ankle Replacement

WFRV, CBS 5 - November 02, 2016

Dr. Jason DeVries, foot and ankle surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and his patient Roger, discuss a total ankle replacement procedure.

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Aurora BayCare Medical Center hosts 8th Annual Spooky Sprint

WBAY ABC 2 - October 29, 2016

Aurora BayCare Medical Center hosted its 8th Annual Aurora BayCare Spooky Sprint. Nick Olsen, Aurora BayCare Sports Medicine, discussed why he believes this event has become a community favorite.

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Aurora Adds Experts to Board

Milwaukee Business Journal - October 28, 2016

Aurora Health Care has selected Joanne Disch, PhD, as the new chair of its board of directors and added Tejal Gandhi, MD, as a new board member.

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Aurora Participates in State Opioid Task Force

WGBA-TV 26, NBC - October 28, 2016

A task force met in Aurora BayCare Sports Medicine Center to discuss growing opioid abuse as well as the drug problem that Wisconsin faces. The task force plans to meet monthly and travel the state to address this problem.

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Doctors and Heartache

WGBA-26, NBC - October 25, 2016

Dr. Peter Johnson, Director of Gynecological Oncology and Palliative Care at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses suicide in the medical profession as well as how doctors deal with daily heartache.

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The Importance of Vitamin D

WDJT- CBS 58 - October 25, 2016

Dr. Christina Crumbliss, a family physician with Aurora Health Center West Allis, discusses the importance of vitamin D, especially in the fall and winter.

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‘Teal Out’ for Domestic Violence

WISN 12, ABC - October 24, 2016

Aurora Sinai Medical Center and other buildings on Milwaukee’s Near West Side are illuminated in teal to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault.

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These are the biggest private companies that call the Milwaukee area home

Milwaukee Business Journal - October 22, 2016

Aurora Health Care ranks third on the list of companies.

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Fridays at the Field House

Fox 11 News - October 20, 2016

Todd Bruss, physician assistant at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses concussions as well as the protocol, intensity, and other common questions about this serious injury.

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Lead in Drinking Water – Aurora Donates Funds for Water Filters

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - October 20, 2016

Aurora pediatrician, Dr. Kevin Dahlman, appeared on Health Watch to discuss the negative effects of lead in drinking water, as well as a recent donation by Aurora Health Care to help fund water filtration systems for at-risk families.

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Pink Possible – One Breast Cancer Survivor’s Story

WITI-Fox 6 - October 20, 2016

Dawn Panfil, a breast cancer survivor, and owner of a salon in New Berlin, supports Pink Possible, along with Jeannie Fischer, annual giving officer with Aurora Health Care Foundation.

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Cousins Subs donates $50,000 to Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation

OnMilwaukee.com - October 19, 2016

Through its annual Combos for a Cure campaign, Cousins Subs raised $50,000 for the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Donations directly enhance Aurora Cancer Care programs.

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Aurora goes global

BizTimes Milwaukee - October 17, 2016

The global executive health program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center serves patients around the globe.

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Fridays at the Field House

Fox 11 News - October 14, 2016

Dr. Michael Schnaubelt, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses common joint pain and treatment options.

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Aurora expands behavioral health services

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - October 13, 2016

Aurora Behavioral Health Services expansion of a new clinic will include partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs in the North Shore area.

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Caledonia woman endures journey through breast cancer

Racine Journal Times - October 12, 2016

Breast cancer survivor Wendy Prochaska shares her story with diagnosis and treatment by Dr. Sana Jeffreys at Aurora Health Center in Racine.

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Brown Deer man thriving after surviving heart failure

WTMJ-4, NBC - October 11, 2016

Dr. Vinay Thohan from Aurora’s Advanced Hearth Failure Clinic discusses the prognosis of his patient who received a heart transplant earlier this summer.

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Group finds sanctuary in spirited workout

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - October 10, 2016

An Aurora-led running program is held in an unusual location, a historic cemetery.

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Fall has a whole new color for cancer survivor

Green Bay Press Gazette - October 07, 2016

Dr. Cynthia Geocaris, breast surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses breast cancer, as well as the importance of women getting their yearly check-ups. Patient Joselyn Gruenke adds her experience overcoming breast cancer.

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Is your child carrying around a backpack that is too heavy?

FOX 6-TV WITI - October 07, 2016

Aurora physical therapist, Suzanne Kletch, discusses tips for making sure your child’s backpack isn’t too heavy, and ways to tell how much your child should be carrying.

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Corporate Citizenship Summit: Many area companies do lots to support our region

Milwaukee Business Journal - October 06, 2016

Aurora Health Care topped the Milwaukee Business Journal’s list of largest corporate charitable contributors in Wisconsin. In 2015, Aurora donated more than $10.7 million to dozens of organizations, helping to improve access to primary care and behavioral health services and much more.

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No rain on their parade: 3,000 turn out for health center open house

Burlington Standard - October 06, 2016

An estimated 3,000 people turned out to see the newly opened Aurora Health Center Southern Lakes.

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Aurora receives grant boost for cancer treatment clinical trials

BizTimes Milwaukee - October 03, 2016

Dr. James Weese, vice president of Aurora Cancer Care, discusses the recent grant received by Aurora Health Care to support clinical trials through the National Cancer Institute’s Community Oncology Research Program.

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New regions of the human brain hailed as a major breakthrough

WITI Fox 6 - October 02, 2016

Dr. Amin Kassam and Dr. Jon Jennings discuss the recent study that tells of 100 newly discovered areas of the brain and what that means for neurosurgeons.

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Making Strides against breast cancer

WGBA-TV 26, NBC - October 01, 2016

Dr. William Owens, director of breast health at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, speaks at the Making Strides for Breast Cancer event which raises awareness for breast cancer.

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Abuse victims are being diagnosed with concussions

WTMJ-4 NBC - September 29, 2016

Dr. Juanita Celix, neurosurgeon at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses concussions resulting from domestic violence.

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New $82 million Aurora health center in Burlington to open Oct. 17

BizTimes Milwaukee - September 29, 2016

Learn about the new offerings in Burlington at the newly opened Aurora Health Center in Burlington.

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

WFRV-TV5, CBS - September 28, 2016

Dr. Peter Johnson, director of gynecologic oncology at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and his patient, Marlene, discuss the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.

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Sleep patterns, kids and school

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - September 28, 2016

Aurora behavioral psychologist and sleep expert, Dr. Lisa Cottrell, discusses the health benefits of starting school later in the morning for adolescents and teens.

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Seasonal Allergies

WDJT-TV, CBS 58 - September 26, 2016

Dr. Nathan Lebak, an allergist with Aurora Health Care’s Burlington clinic, discusses fall allergies and how those who suffer can get some relief.

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Tech-enabled food service can improve satisfaction, cut costs

Modern Healthcare - September 24, 2016

About a year ago, Aurora Health Care launched technology that allows on-call room service and meal options that are standardized across the hospital system. The results have been remarkable.

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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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Aurora named one of 44 Best Places to Work

Milwaukee Business Journal - September 15, 2016

Aurora Health Care has been named one of the 44 Best Places to Work by the Milwaukee Business Journal.

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Collaboration Fuels Real Innovation: Corporate-academic partnerships are a Growing Force in our Region

BizTimes Milwaukee - September 15, 2016

Collaborations in the city of Milwaukee, like Aurora’s collaboration with Marquette University provide benefits to many.

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Healing Cancer in Grafton

WISN-TV ABC 12 - September 15, 2016

Pat Morrissey, a volunteer at the Aurora Cancer Center in Grafton, speaks about the art-therapy program she leads as a volunteer to help bring hope to those with cancer.

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Interview with a CEO: Nick Turkal, MD

Forward HR - September 15, 2016

In the publication for the Society of Human Resources Management, Dr. Turkal discusses key HR priorities for Aurora.

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Surviving Heart Disease

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - September 15, 2016

Dr. Alexander Roitstein, cardiothoracic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, was able to save patient Patrick Saladin’s life by performing a triple bypass surgery.

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Avoid the Lunch Box Bug: How to Prevent your Child’s School Lunch From Making Them Sick

FOX 6-TV WITI - September 13, 2016

Aurora registered dietician, Brooke Moersfelder, helps teach parents the safest, best ways to pack their children’s lunch boxes to minimize food borne illnesses, and to pack healthy foods that kids will want to eat when the bell rings.

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Humana launches HMO with Aurora, ProHealth and Ascension

Milwaukee Business Journal - September 13, 2016

The new Wisconsin Value Network will appeal to employer groups in Wisconsin with two to 999 employees.

Humana launches HMO with Aurora, ProHealth and Ascension

Aurora opens $38 million Germantown Health Center

BizTimes Milwaukee - September 12, 2016

Aurora’s new health center in Germantown features outpatient surgery options, as well as cancer, cardiac and orthopedic care.

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Aurora CEO Nick Turkal a health leader to know

Beckers Hospital Review - September 07, 2016

Aurora Health Care Dr. Nick Turkal was selected as one of 110 physical leaders to know nationally.

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Aurora’s Hepatitis Screenings Could Become New Preventative Care Model

BizTimes Milwaukee - September 05, 2016

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal is featured in this story about the Hepatitis C Screening Program developed at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, and rolled out across the region.

Aurora’s Hepatitis Screenings Could Become New Preventative Care Model

Holocaust Survivor Has New Lease on Life

WITI-TV Fox 6 - September 03, 2016

93-year old Rose Chrustowski, received a TAVR heart procedure at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, and received a new lease on life. She’s happy to be back in the pool every day, doing what she loves.

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

WTMJ-TV NBC - September 02, 2016

Dr. Scott Kamelle, oncologist with Aurora Health Care, discusses ovarian cancer in honor of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, including sharing information about the difficulty of detecting ovarian cancer.

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Concussions and Sports

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - August 30, 2016

Dr. Juanita Celix, neurosurgeon at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, and Danielle Lueck, an athletic trainer with Aurora Health Care, discuss the impact of concussions on student athletes, and information from a new study that shows the importance of athletes getting off the field quickly following a concussion.

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Suicide Awareness and Prevention

WLUK-TV 11, FOX - August 27, 2016

Dr. Timothy Lineberry, Chief Medical Officer of Aurora Health Care in north east Wisconsin, speaks about how suicide affects many people, as well as the warning signs of suicide.

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Ways to Reduce School Stress

WBAY-TV 2, ABC - August 26, 2016

Dr. Susan Jacquez-Dean, child psychiatrist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, shares her thoughts on a recent report about back to school anxiety for children.

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Unexpected addition to Ozaukee County family brings hope in fight against cancer

WITI-TV FOX 6 - August 22, 2016

Bill Foster and his family are a featured in this story about their cancer journey, including the arrival of daughter Hope, who was born while he was in treatment.

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Burlington hospital volunteer saves herself

Racine Journal Times - August 21, 2016

Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington volunteer, Dorothy Hakala, received stroke training to become a volunteer, and amazingly, she recognized those signs of stroke in herself and sought help quickly.

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Health Watch: Vaccinations for Adults

CBS 58 - August 18, 2016

Dr. Holly Leider, primary care physician with Aurora Health Care, was the featured guest on Health Watch to discuss the importance of proper vaccines for adults.

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Health Watch: In Vitro Fertilization

WFRV-TV, CBS Green Bay - August 17, 2016

Dr. Frank Wittmaack, fertility specialist at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses In Vitro Fertilization and the Miracle Baby Picnic Aurora BayCare hosts every year.

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One more vaccine for teens, college students

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - August 14, 2016

Dr. Gregg Tetting, a pediatrician at the Aurora Health Center in Oak Creek, discusses the importance of a newer vaccine in the fight against meningitis B that was made available last year.

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New procedure promises to restore damaged knees

WTMJ-4 NBC - August 11, 2016

Dr. Gerard Adler, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora Medical Center in Summit, shares information about Bio Uni, an innovative cartilage transplant he recently performed on patient Brian Shoemake of Oconomowoc.

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Young professionals gather for Fusion networking event

Milwaukee Business Journal - August 11, 2016

Several hundred young professionals gathered at SURG on the Water for an event that was also a fundraiser for United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County.

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Cancer patient finds Hope in unborn child

Sheboygan Press - August 08, 2016

Billy Foster of Belgium, got two pieces of shocking news on the same day – his wife is pregnant, and he has cancer. After receiving treatment at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, he is now cancer free, and ready to enjoy life with his new baby, Hope.

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Financial Change Maker: Dr. Ajay Sahajpal

http://pathtozero.eiu.com/hcv-profiles/ - August 08, 2016

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director of the abdominal transplant program at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, had an idea: What if Aurora used electronic health records to flag the files of patients who should be screened for hepatitis C to identify cases earlier? The system tried it and experience great results.

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Fridays at the Fox 11 Fieldhouse: ACL injury prevention

WLUK-TV 11 Fox - August 05, 2016

Dr. Michael Schnaubelt, orthopedic surgeon at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discusses ACL injuries and ways to prevent this serious injury.

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Overstock.com CEO treated by Bartolotta doctor through Aurora executive program

Milwaukee Business Journal - August 01, 2016

Overstock.com CEO and founder Patrick Byrne credited Aurora Health Care and Mayo Clinic with helping save his life as he dealt with complications from Stage IV Hepatitis C. Aurora Health Care’s Dr. Bijoy Khanderia is credited with helping save his life.

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Ask the Expert: The importance of breastfeeding

WTMJ-4 NBC - July 29, 2016

Dr. Stephanie Slock, pediatrician and lactation consultant for Aurora Health Care, spoke about the benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and baby on an Ask the Expert segment.

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Big heart, big goals: 8-year-old girl aspiring to become brain surgeon gives back to recovering patients

WITI-TV Fox 6 - July 28, 2016

The Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center was the site of a celebration for 8-year-old Laina Stachowicz of Slinger. She’s a self-proclaimed “future neurologist” who has collected over 1,000 items to help patients recovering from brain surgery.

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The Cancer Moonshot Summit and what it takes to cure cancer

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - July 24, 2016

Dr. James Weese, vice president of Aurora Cancer Care, recently attended the Cancer Moonshot Summit at the White House, to focus on finding a cure for cancer.

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Group aims to reduce sexual assaults at festival

http://www2.kenoshanews.com/news/group_aims_to_reduce_sex_assaults_at_festival_488930932.php - July 23, 2016

Rebecca Rodriguez, sexual assault nurse examiner from the Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha, describes Aurora’s efforts to curb sexual assaults at a popular music festival through an awareness campaign.

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With MACRA looming, doctors can't afford waiting to plumb its intricacies

Modern Healthcare - July 23, 2016

Jeff Bailet, MD, co-president of Aurora Health Care Medical Group, discusses Aurora’s perspective on pending changes to physician reimbursement through the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.

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Aurora, UnitedHealthCare partner on Medicare Advantage ACO

Milwaukee Business Journal - July 22, 2016

Aurora Health Care is launching an accountable care program with UnitedHealthCare for Milwaukee-area residents who are using United's Medicare advantage plans.

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Defying the Odds: A Police Officer’s Miraculous Recovery

WGBA-TV NBC, 26 - July 22, 2016

Dr. Gerald Eckardt of Aurora BayCare Medical Center helped provide care to a Manitowoc Police Officer injured in the line of duty.

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Jonathan Lucroy, Anthony Rizzo team up to fight cancer

USA Today - July 22, 2016

Putting aside their Milwaukee-Chicago rivalry, Jonathan Lucroy and Anthony Rizzo are joining USA Today Network-Wisconsin, Aurora Health Care and Roundy’s Supermarkets for the Cancer Knows No Borders fundraising campaign.

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Meet the Milwaukee Business Journal's C-Suite Award winners: Slideshow

Milwaukee Business Journal - July 22, 2016

Michael Kohler, Aurora’s associate general counsel, was named Top Corporate Counsel – Mentor/Coach in the publication’s first C-Suite Awards.

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Despite promising treatments, hepatitis C continues to rise

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - July 19, 2016

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal, medical director for the abdominal transplant program at Aurora St. Luke's, highlights the recently launched screening program for hepatitis C that has helped more than 600 people begin treatment for the condition they didn't know they had.

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Headaches vs. Migraines

WITI-TV FOX 6 - July 18, 2016

Neurologist Dr. Akram Dastagir appeared on Fox 6 Real Milwaukee discussing the differences between headaches and migraines, prevention and solutions.

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Families, fitness buffs take to the streets

Green Bay Press-Gazette - July 16, 2016

Aurora BayCare’s Nick Olsen gave details about Aurora BayCare Open Streets.

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Open Streets Event Tomorrow

WBAY-TV 2, ABC - July 15, 2016

Aurora BayCare’s Nick Olsen spoke about Aurora BayCare Open Streets.

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Which is a better transplant hospital?

Milwaukee Business Journal - July 15, 2016

Aurora’s Organ Transplant Program is highlighted in this comparison article about local transplant program outcomes.

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Aurora Urgent Cares offer online reservations

Oshkosh Northwestern - July 12, 2016

Aurora Health Care has expanded its online reservation for urgent care to all urgent care facilities throughout Wisconsin, allowing patients to reserve a spot in line remotely.

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Osteoporosis drug could be latest tool in fight against breast cancer

AM 620 WTMJ - July 11, 2016

Dr. Michael Mullane, an oncologist with Aurora Cancer Care, weighs in on a recent study that found that a drug used to treat osteoporosis may have some implications in the fight against breast cancer.

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Aurora expanding partnership with StartUp Health

WisBusiness.com - July 08, 2016

A year into the partnership, Aurora Health Care says its work with StartUp Health has proven fruitful. And it’s expanding that partnership by launching a new platform where startups can help Aurora better meet patient needs.

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Higher, sustained pollen counts mean misery for allergy sufferers

WISN-TV ABC 12 - July 05, 2016

Aurora Sheboygan Allergist Monica Vasudev talks about how the higher, sustained pollen counts are making life difficult for those suffering from summer allergies.

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For Your Health: Dr. Jeffrey Bahr

AM 620 WTMJ - July 03, 2016

Dr. Jeff Bahr joined Wisconsin’s Weekend Morning News discusses summer safety tips and Aurora’s new online reservation system.

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Franklin resident one of the first to use new heart monitoring device

FranklinNOW - June 30, 2016

Christina Sauld, nurse practitioner with the Advanced Heart Failures Clinic at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center is featured in this story about the CARDIOMEMs remote heart monitoring device and patient Carol Gulczynski.

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Vitamins: Choose pills wisely to avoid waste

Green Bay Press Gazette - June 30, 2016

Polly Anderson, pharmacy supervisor at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, discussed the pros and cons of different vitamins.

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1st Inaugural Dairyland Mile being held

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - June 29, 2016

The Dairyland Mile, sponsored by Aurora BayCare Sports Medicine, was held to get people up and moving.

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Aurora's Turkal talks health care quality, succession planning, politics: Slideshow

Milwaukee Business Journal - June 25, 2016

More than 500 business executives heard from Aurora CEO Dr. Nick Turkal at the Milwaukee Business Journal's Power Breakfast.

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Ask the Expert: Warmer weather allows more opportunity for injury

WTMJ-TV NBC 4 - June 24, 2016

Dr. Joe Kohli, an orthopedic surgeon at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, discusses common summer injuries that affect kids and adults.

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Obamacare flawed, but pols unlikely to fix it: Aurora CEO Turkal

http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2016/06/24/obamacare-flawed-but-pols-unlikely-to-fix-it.html - June 24, 2016

At the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Power Breakfast, Dr. Turkal said the focus shouldn’t be on the Affordable Care Act, but rather on the next step in health care reform.

Obamacare flawed, but pols unlikely to fix it: Aurora CEO Turkal

Wisconsin health system hunts for digital health startups in collaboration with StartUp Health

MedCity News - June 24, 2016

Aurora Health Care has teamed up with Start-Up Health to encourage technology companies and innovators to submit concepts that could transform the future of health care.

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Integrated medical care aims to break down wall in treating illnesses of body, mind

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - June 19, 2016

Pete Carlson, president of Aurora Behavioral Health Services, highlights Aurora’s efforts to integrate behavioral health services into primary care clinics.

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Lombardi walk to tackle cancer

WFRV-TV 5, CBS - June 19, 2016

The Lombardi Walk to Tackle Cancer was hosted at Aurora BayCare Medical Center. The monetary goal was surpassed by raising more than $32,000 for cancer research.

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June is Men's Health Awareness Month

WDJT-TV CBS, 58 - June 16, 2016

Dr. Amar Ambardekar, an internal medicine and preventive care expert with the Aurora Health Center discusses steps men can take to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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Double Kidney-Liver Transplant Patient Visits St Luke's After Recovering

WDJT-TV CBS, 58 - June 13, 2016

Dr. Ajay Sahajpal and the transplant team at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center were featured in a reunion story of a Green Bay patient with received both a liver and kidney transplant through Dr. Sahajpal’s En Bloc technique in December 2015

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Ask the Expert: Bladder Cancer Prevention

WTMJ-TV NBC, 4 - June 10, 2016

Dr. Matt Johnson, urologist with Aurora Health Care, discussed bladder cancer prevention and treatment options available at Aurora Health Care.

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Aurora expands clinic in Geneva Square

Lake Geneva Regional News - June 07, 2016

The Aurora Health Center in Lake Geneva is expanding its cardiac electrophysiology clinic to serve patients suffering from heart arrhythmia disorders.

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Heart surgery pioneered by St. Luke’s doctors showing positive results

BizTimes Milwaukee - June 07, 2016

Dr. David Kress is highlighted in this story about the results of the hybrid ablation technique at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center.

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There are medications, procedures to correct irregular heartbeats; but what if those don’t work?

WITI-TV FOX, 6 - June 05, 2016

Dr. Jasbir Sra and Dr. David Kress from Aurora St. Luke’s Heart and Vascular team highlight a new approach to treating patients with atrial fibrillation – a hybrid ablation technique.

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Aurora creates Cardio Oncology Center

Yahoo! News.com / WISN-TV ABC, 12 - June 02, 2016

Aurora Health Care has launched the new Karen Yontz Cardio-Oncology Center to help cancer patients better understand the impact of cancer treatments on heart health.

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Switching to solids: The best and worst foods for babies beginning to eat

WITI-TV FOX, 6 - June 02, 2016

Dr. Jenny Thomas, pediatrician with Aurora Health Care, discusses the best first solid foods for babies, and when it’s best to make the transition to solids

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Aurora launches new Karen Yontz Center for Cardio-Oncology

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - May 31, 2016

Aurora Health Care has launched the new Karen Yontz Cardio-Oncology Center to help cancer patients better understand the impact of cancer treatments on heart health

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For Your Health – Dr. Khaled Asi – Stroke Awareness Month

AM 620 WTMJ Radio - May 29, 2016

Dr. Khaled Asi joined Wisconsin’s Weekend Morning News to discuss signs and symptoms of a stroke.

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