Aurora Community Health (ACH)
Since 1993, Aurora Community Health has served the Wisconsin community with care, compassion, and professionalism.
Our passion is to help individuals achieve health and independence while living in their own homes. Through individualized consumer-directed services and integration of community resources, Aurora’s skilled registered nurses focus on the mental, physical, and environmental aspects of health, thereby promoting well-being through coordination of care. Services are available to both individuals and organizations.
Age of Tomorrow
With life expectancy for older adults on the rise, more and more families are facing decisions about caring for aging parents.
Traditional nursing home or assisted living care can be very expensive and may not provide the autonomy and lifestyle that many older adults desire. Aurora’s innovative Age of Tomorrow services is built on one simple idea - the best way to care for aging parents and to most effectively manage long-term care dollars is to care for seniors in their own homes. Providing in-home care makes the most sense financially while allowing the older adult to remain in familiar and comfortable surroundings.
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We have extensive experience serving a wide range of health needs, including those of aging adults as well as individuals with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and mental health concerns.
Our skilled nurses hold the Certified Care Managers (CMC) designation sponsored by the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers. They can provide individuals with a wide array of nursing services designed to support the health of participants and to enhance their overall well-being and quality of life.
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Aurora Community Health’s skilled nurses can provide businesses or organizations with a wide array of nursing services, including on-site nursing services, consultations, and health-related trainings and seminars.
All services are designed to support the health of participants and to provide businesses with solutions that help lower health care costs and provide quality outcomes.
Timely and professional services aimed at meeting participant and business needs.
A holistic and practical approach to care that promotes well-being, independence, and positive outcomes.
Services custom-tailored to support business and organizational efforts to reduce health care costs.
Compassionate professionals who will take the time to listen and answer questions.
Health Services are currently being provided to the following counties:
Barron, Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Marathon, Pierce, Polk, Portage, Rusk, Sawyer, St. Croix, Trempealeau, Washburn, Waupaca, and Wood.