Aurora in the News

  • Aurora targets $3.4 million in grants to stop violence

    Aurora targets $3.4 million in grants to stop violence

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 31, 2015

    Aurora Health Care announced $3.4 million in grants from its Better Together Fund to develop and expand prevention and treatment programs for sexual assault and domestic violence.

  • See how surgeons can mend a broken heart using 3D body scans

    See how surgeons can mend a broken heart using 3D body scans

    Time Magazine, July 14, 2015

    Dr Bijoy Khandheria, cardiologist with Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, is highlighted in this story about the 4D heart technology being used at Aurora St Luke’s to help physicians better analyze heart issues.

  • Back to school immunizations

    Back to school immunizations

    WDJT-TV 58, CBS 58, August 4, 2015

    Dr. Nadine Haddad, family medicine physician, appeared live on WDJT-TV 58, CBS to speak about back-to-school immunizations.

  • How to deal with urinary incontinence

    How to deal with urinary incontinence

    WTMJ-TV 4, NBC, August 14, 2014

    Dr. Tracy Capes, urogynecologist with Aurora Health Care, appeared live on WTMJ-TV 4, NBC to speak about the symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary incontinence.