Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



If you're looking for a medical center that combines state-of-the-art resources with a commitment to providing personal, compassionate care, look no further than ...

Aurora Medical Ctr Oshkosh is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Winnebago County, WI.

Aurora Medical Ctr Oshkosh does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Aurora Medical Ctr Oshkosh is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 800 AM – 430 PM
Tuesday 800 AM – 430 PM
Wednesday 800 AM – 430 PM
Thursday 800 AM – 430 PM
Friday 800 AM – 430 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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TL: DR - Go ANYWHERE else. ZERO stars. Second time in a row where I was asked to do blood work as part of PREVENTATIVE medical for my insurance. And was given a blood test for Diabetes even though I NEVER asked for that. It was just done without my consent and I was billed for it. I was told only the preventative blood work was needed. Guess who's on the hook because Aurora needs more money I guess?'s me. Cause...reasons? (a month ago)

Usually, Aurora is super fast to see you. Most times it's fairly empty. Staff is great! , I am handicap And they are always super helpful wheeling me in when I need to take in Uber if I am unable to get a ride the nurses, are wonderful as well as the doctors. I have no complaints and have been to many hospitals. I lived in Florida most of my life And it would typically take an hour for just to get into a room and then sitting and waiting another 30 minutes just to get a nurse. however, is much different and a pleasure to go to especially when in pain. Even my doctors I transferred Flora whether I had status because they are even wonderful more so than any other. The only reason its not 5 ;make it off I would say would be there have been times but few, when I have had to wait when I have gone in with a major emergency. However, that does not happen often enough to really complain. (a month ago)

Best experience I have ever had. Had surgery and everyone was great. Will not go to any other hospital ever again. Thank you (a month ago)

The nurses and doctor were quick to see and assist my sick husband. They were well educated, kind, answered our questions and didn't leave us hanging. I would put my trust in them again. (3 months ago)

I had come in for the walk-in clinic and the staff, nurses, and doctors were all wonderful. I am giving my rating, however, because of what took place outside the hospital: the billing. When I had come in, I found out that there was a mix-up with my insurance, so for the time being I had to list myself as uninsured. As expected, I received a billing for that visit as uninsured. I then submitted my insurance to the hospital and they ran the bill through my insurance, which I expected. I received another bill in the mail, this time almost $50 more than the first bill. I was being charged more because I had insurance, because I was following the law! I had called and after speaking with my insurance and Aurora the final answer I got was that they "did not change the price." But there I sat with two different bills in front of me, both asking me to pay different amounts. Apparently, the uninsured discount Aurora gives is more generous than the negotiations they made with my insurance. Now why would they do that if the law requires health insurance? Why would they make a discount for the uninsured that was lower than any deal that they made with an insurance company? Aurora is rewarding those who do not pay monthly insurance fees by giving them a lower price, and punishing those who are already paying for insurance by charging them more. I am a recent graduate and definitely make things tight to afford health insurance, as the law requires. The only explanation I could think of is that Aurora assumes those who are uninsured can not afford insurance and is giving them a lower price out of an attempt at kindness. But those who struggle to make those monthly insurance payments? They are charged more for doing what is legally required of them, while those who do not are rewarded. I am completely outraged at Aurora for this behavior and will not be a patron of theirs again. I encourage you to do the same. P.S. On the side of customer service on the billing end, I was told to leave a voicemail with someone higher up and that they would call me back. It has been over two weeks and there has not even been an attempt at contacting me. (6 months ago)

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