Aurora to open Grafton hospital on Nov. 1

Aurora Health Care announced that it will open its new Grafton hospital on Nov. 1.
The 520,000-square-foot building is under construction northwest of I-43 and Highway 60. It will have 107 beds. About 600 people will work at the hospital.
Milwaukee-based Aurora says the Grafton hospital will provide integrated care for residents throughout the greater Ozaukee County area.
“More than half of the residents of Grafton and the many surrounding communities are already choosing Aurora for their health care,” said Len Wilk, chief administrative officer of Aurora Medical Center in Grafton.
“Hundreds of Aurora Health Care and Aurora Advanced Healthcare doctors are now caring for the community’s outpatient needs and soon our patients will have the benefit of coordinated inpatient care,” said Bill Ebinger, an internal medicine physician in Grafton and member of the Advanced Healthcare Board of Directors.

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