Advocate Aurora Health gave $2.1B to community charitable care in 2018

Freeman Staff

Sept. 4, 2019

MILWAUKEE — Advocate Aurora Health contributed $2.1 billion in charitable care and services in 2018, up more than $110 million from the previous year.

The not-for-profit health system sponsored numerous programs and services, including behavioral health and school-based care, wellness screenings, workforce development initiatives, and more in 2018.

“These critical programs and services reflect our commitment to building healthy communities and our team members’ dedication to helping people live well both within and beyond our hospital walls,” said Jim Skogsbergh, CEO of Advocate Aurora Health. “By taking a collaborative, data-driven approach to addressing gaps in care with community stakeholders, together we are creating better conditions for health and well-being.”