Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

AURORA ST LUKES MEDICAL CENTER

2900 W OKLAHOMA AVE, MILWAUKEE, WI 53215
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Above the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About AURORA ST LUKES MEDICAL CENTER

2900 W OKLAHOMA AVE
MILWAUKEE, WI 53215

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee has earned the reputation as Wisconsin's leading medical center and premiere cardiac services facility.

Aurora St Lukes Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Milwaukee County, WI.

Aurora St Lukes Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Aurora St Lukes Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions

Reviews

Had to drop my sick dad off here. Apparently they fed him well, and provided him a nice room with a tv. Did a few tests but discharged him and had him do some follow up appointments. He seemed a little better than when I dropped him off. Nurses are friendly But bummed out they couldn’t diagnose a problem in two days inpatient. If they can’t do it in 48 hours what’s a 30 minute follow up with a primary dr going to do for him? Facility is nice. Kinda confusing layout and non descript maps. Hard to tell where to go without asking for directions. (a week ago)

Pretty much killed my grandpa, seriously disgusting nurses and doctors. Out of the 100 nurses he had, there was 1 good one and she could’ve been better. A nurses lied about giving my grandpa a med he needed and he never got it until we said something good thing it wasn’t a life or death med right ? DO NOT take your loved ones here , they deserve better !!!! (a month ago)

Born at St Lukes in 1959, had cervical neck surgery in 2003. The doctors here are outstanding, very gifted in their fields. I believe you will not get shut off from your health concerns you bring forth at this hospital & physician offices. We know our bodies & when something is wrong. When even an X-Ray is not ordered & you are told you are just getting old is the time to not walk but run. I have know too many with diabetes being overlooked of pain blaming the disease & old age. I believe that will not happen here. If it does reviews are here to help the public find the best healthcare. ⭐️ As far as the nursing staff by aware and very afraid because after surgery if you do not more forward with getting out of bed etc. the nurses will ignore you, move the call button out of you reach, and if you keep yelling for help they will ignore you and move you down to the end of a small corridor. They do not listen to you when you speak to them you get I will be back, the nurse will go home and another shift will come in. DO NOT LEAVE a loved one alone overnight here. The nursing staff if that bad. My husband & I we’re both here & heard from registration it was bad before we were ever admitted. They complained and failed to get change. My husband actually called 911 for help while he was a patient after back surgery. My five star review is for the doctors only. I recommend Aurora Medical Center Summit Hospital for great nursing care like it used to and should be. (2 months ago)

Brought my mom to the Er here, she waited for 3 hours in extreme pain before being told she had to wait to be taken back. So we decided to take her to saint Francis where she receive immediate help. The only time saint Luke is any help if you are ready emited to the hospital. (2 weeks ago)

My dad had bypass surgery here and even though he had multiple complications after surgery... the nurses and Doctors were attentive/responsive to his every need. The Nurses in the ICU were top notch, knowledgeable and professional. Angie and Ben were 2 of the best and we were lucky to have them. The only bad thing about St. Luke's is that the discharge planner encouraged my mom to send my dad to an acute long-term facility that we had read awful reviews about online and expressed our concerns to her. She convinced us that St. Luke's sends patients to them all the time and the Medicare reviews weren't that bad. It turned out to be our worst nightmare and was worse than we could have imagined! Please do your homework on your options for acute long-term facilities. That was not in my father's best interest, he is lucky to be alive! Nor was it a good reflection on St. Luke's. Additional note- 2/6/18 St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee, Wi. was contacted regarding concerns related to the facility that they had highly recommended and transferred my dad to. I was told that St. Luke’s did not have any interest in knowing the concerns of another facility even if they were recommending and transferring patients to them. (5 months ago)

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