At Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, we are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of those who live in our community. Our commitment to medical excellence, innovation and safety has helped us to be named one of America’s Top 100 Hospitals for the fourth straight year by Thomson Reuters, the nation’s leading information resource for the health care industry. We have also been designated as a Primary Stroke Center, certified by the Joint Commission. As a Stroke Center of Excellence, our specialists are equipped with the proper tools to respond quickly and appropriately to patients with life-threatening stroke symptoms. Most importantly, we consider ourselves experts when it comes to caring for our patients. You can expect not only state-of-the-art treatment at Aurora Sheboygan, but also compassion and care.Aurora Health Care is an integrated, not-for-profit, and all-for-people health care provider serving communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Our approach keeps people in our minds and at the heart of everything we do. We treat each person as a person, not as a patient, an illness or an appointment.Aurora got its start in 1984 when two established Milwaukee hospitals, St. Luke's Medical Center and Good Samaritan Medical Center, came together to form Aurora Health Care. Over the years, our organization grew, allowing us to help more people and communities.Today we serve communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois, with 15 hospitals, more than 150 clinics and 70 pharmacies in 30 communities. We strive to offer services that are close to home, and help make the whole community healthier.
Our diverse and robust community health programs focus on access and removing barriers to care, as well as preventing illness, properly managing current health concerns, and addressing social and behavioral factors that influence health in our communities.
Our long-established research practice has been carried out in every community we serve to assess, identify and understand community health needs — and develop effective strategies for those needs we have the resources to address.
By focusing on identified community health needs and quality of life concerns in our communities, we can create better conditions for health and wellbeing, above and beyond healthcare services.
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