Aurora Health Care is a not-for-profit Wisconsin health care provider and home to Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center. Aurora is a nationally recognized leader in efforts to improve the quality of health care to the people its serves. Aurora offers services at sites in more than 90 communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
Thanks to Aurora’s ongoing commitment to delivering world-class cardiac services—patients have access to the largest heart program in the United States.
Aurora’s world-renowned cardiac physician specialists form the core of its coordinated cardiac services program, which draws patients from almost every state and more than 20 countries.
Aurora has interventional cardiologists, electrophysiologists, heart transplant specialists and cardiothoracic surgeons who specialize in the most difficult cardiac challenges.
Aurora’s tradition of state-of-the-art heart care grew from a dedication to ongoing innovation and research, which drives its advanced heart service and treatment options today. Aurora physicians have established numerous firsts at international, national and state levels—at least 25 different landmark procedures and/or treatment methods.
Each of Aurora’s physicians is committed to providing excellent service to patients—striving to improve not only medical expertise and technology but also the basic services that can make a hospital stay or outpatient visit easier.
Aurora’s experienced cancer specialists have definitive answers when cancer enters the life of a patient. The advanced cancer services include successful treatment programs that have received national accreditation and advanced technology that is leading the charge against this devastating disease.
Aurora’s cancer service experts put patient first in the fight against this disease with a philosophy of patient-centered care. A multidisciplinary, integrated team works with patients from day one—offering treatment at cancer centers throughout the Aurora network of caregivers.
Aurora created the first Genetic Counseling Center in Wisconsin and also was the first in the state to introduce Gamma Knife and CyberKnife radiosurgery treatment therapies in the cancer services program. Patients have access more than 70 active cancer clinical trials.
Aurora’s oncology specialists also introduced the groundbreaking da Vinci® Robot for surgical treatment of prostate and gynecological cancers. Plus, Aurora’s medical oncology group offers more than 30 fellowship-trained physicians who will customize a cancer treatment plan based on set protocols—for the best possible outcome.