The new 345,000-square foot, 113-bed hospital will soon open its doors to the community.
Sheboygan, WI – With careful coordination, the move into the new Aurora Medical Center – Sheboygan County facility will be complete in just under five weeks.
But before that, the public is invited to tour the facility. On Wednesday, June 29 from 4-7 pm, the new hospital and medical office building will be open to the public for viewing. Enjoy health and wellness activities, light refreshments and the chance to connect as a community.
The new state-of-the-art hospital, located at 3400 Union Avenue near the northwest corner of South Taylor Drive and Union Avenue, will offer inpatient care, an expanded Level 4 emergency department and trauma center, spine services, women’s health, neonatal intensive care, general surgery, robotics, gastroenterology, cancer care and a comprehensive center of excellence for cardiology and orthopedics. The 345,000-square foot space features 113 beds, including 11 critical care, 13 operating rooms and five procedure rooms.
The 56-acre site will also include a medical office building, which will house more than 36 specialty providers, including specialists in orthopedics and sports health, women’s health, cardiology, pulmonology, general surgery and neonatal intensive care unit. The campus will also feature inpatient and outpatient surgical services, and a dedicated unit for inpatient adult and adolescent behavioral health services.
“We are thrilled to grow our services and offerings to better accommodate the needs of our greater Sheboygan community,” says Aric Kinney, President, Aurora Medical Center – Sheboygan County. “The new facility will further expand access to care for those we are so privileged to serve.”
The Kohler Memorial Drive location will remain open to provide enhanced services including family and internal medicine, pediatrics, ophthalmology and urgent care.
For more information, visit aurora.org/sheboygan-county-medical-center.