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Grateful patient gives back to help others

It is always an honor when patients give back to recognize Aurora Health Care and caregivers for their amazing work. We are proud to share we received a generous donation from Paul and Beatrice Sebastian to benefit the Cardiac Rehab department at… 120 more words

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McGMO raises $55,000 for cancer care in Racine and Walworth Counties

It was another successful golf outing for the Founders of the McGMO Golf Outing. $55,000 was raised to benefit cancer care in the community. Proceeds from the event will be directed to support a new comprehensive cancer center serving western Racine and Walworth Counties. 232 more words

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Kradwell students develop skills through gardening program

Decisions, a Kradwell High School class, hosted their first fall vegetable sale of pumpkins, squash and gourds. The sale took place at the gazebo in the beautiful Kradwell Learning Gardens on Aurora’s Behavioral Health Services campus in Wauwatosa, Wis. 142 more words

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The spirit of Aurora St. Luke's

Aurora Health Care Foundation President Cristy Garcia-Thomas recently sat down with Marie Golanowski, President of Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center to talk about how Aurora St. 542 more words

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Your gifts in 2014 are already saving lives

Aurora Health Care Foundation is proud to share our 2014 Donor Impact Report that highlights the people who are impacted by your gifts. Thoughtful donors like you helped us raise over $15.3 million in support of things like advancing research, purchasing new equipment and providing integrative therapies for our family, friends and neighbors who receive services at Aurora Health Care. 177 more words

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There's an emergency and we need YOU to respond to the call

Jennifer Branum was in the best shape of her life. She had just run a marathon in May of 2014 and it was now June. She was headed out for a simple jog near her home in Grafton, and never imagined she would end up in a hospital. 617 more words

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