Aurora Medical Center – Sheboygan County will soon see clients in a new setting as the South Taylor Drive and Union Avenue campus nears completion.
The process of moving into the new $330 million facility has begun, preparing for the opening of the Medical Office Building next month. Inside, more than 36 specialist providers will offer orthopedics and sports health, women’s health, cardiology, pulmonology, general surgery and neonatal intensive care. And in July, the 345,000 square foot hospital will open with 118 beds, 13 operating theaters and 5 procedure rooms, including a Level 4 trauma center and emergency unit, hospital surgical services and outpatients, and a unit dedicated to the behavioral health of hospitalized adults and adolescents. services.
Jessica Bauer, chair of the Wisconsin Center Patient Service Area for Advocate Aurora Health, said a phased approach is being used to move many services now provided at other Aurora sites around Sheboygan. Aurora will expand the existing clinic on Kohler Memorial Drive to provide family and internal medicine, pediatrics, ophthalmology and urgent care services.