Who We Are

Your trusted home health care professionals. We were recognized among the most successful agencies nationwide as part of the ABILITY Network’s 2019 Home Care Elite®. Based on publicly available data, this evaluation measured 5 areas of performance – quality care, quality improvement, best practices implementation, patient experience  and financial performance.

Aurora Health at Home Combines Passion with Purpose

Our home health professionals recognize that providing you with home health care is more than just a job. They thrive on the relationships that develop as they help you live as well and as independently as possible.

Our History

Continuing the Legacy of the Visiting Nurse Association

Since 1907, Wisconsin residents have benefited from the philosophy and services of the Visiting Nurse Association of Milwaukee (VNA).

The honor of providing compassionate, home-based care passed to Aurora Health Care in 1988, when the VNA became Aurora Visiting Nurse Association. In 2015, the association was renamed Aurora at Home, and in 2019 it became Aurora Health at Home.

Today, Aurora Health at Home brings medical care and therapy to the homes of more than 10,000 people. As part of the largest health system in Wisconsin, we provide expert care in the comfort of your home.

Our Team

Home Health Care Providers for Every Need

When your doctor orders needed services through Aurora Health at Home, they have access to a wide range of home health care professionals. Each member of our team is trained to deliver specialized and personalized home care.

Our home health team includes:

  • Nurses: Registered nurses and licensed practical nurses provide care during in-person visits. Some of our nurses have additional, specialized training in:
  • Therapists: Trained therapists work with you in your home to help improve your strength and independence. Our therapists include:
  • Home Infusion Pharmacists: Our home infusion pharmacists coordinate with your doctor and home health nurse to manage your medication if you need infusion therapy.
  • Dietitians: Our dietitians address the nutritional needs of people receiving cardiac, hospice and infusion care.
  • Counselors: Certified professionals offer bereavement support and counseling for families involved in the hospice program.
  • Social workers: Our social workers connect you with community and financial resources.
  • Chaplains: Chaplains provide counseling and coordinate spiritual support for people in hospice care.
  • Home health aides: Certified aides provide assistance with personal care, such as bathing and dressing, in your home when you qualify for other services.

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2019 Home Care Elite®

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