Aurora to build new hospital in Wis.

April 18, 2017

Milwaukee-based Aurora Health Care plans to build a new, $324 million hospital to replace the Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, according to an article on the Biz Times website.

Aurora plans to build a hospital, outpatient surgery center and medical office building on the site. It plans to open the facility in 2021.

Aurora has been planning to replace the Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center in Sheboygan for years, but the project has evolved, gotten bigger and been relocated.

The Kohler project is just the latest of several new healthcare facility projects planned by Aurora. Aurora is planning a $130 million medical office building and an outpatient care center in Kenosha and recently announced that it will build a $55.5 million ambulatory surgery center and medical office building in Greenfield, Wis.

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