Aurora Medical Center  Grafton

At Aurora Medical Center Grafton, you'll find an extraordinary team of doctors, nurses and caregivers who provide exceptional, innovative care while putting you and your family first.

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COVID-19 Tribute Open House: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 

Time: 7 – 10 p.m.
Rain Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020

Join us on for an outdoor open house to recognize loved ones and health care workers who have been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We invite you to reserve a luminary along the Aurora Medical Center Grafton pathway:

  • in honor of yourself or loved one fighting COVID-19
  • in recognition of yourself or loved one who is a survivor
  • in memory of a loved one who passed away from COVID-19
  • in honor of an Aurora Health Care front line team member

Following COVID-19 CDC guidelines for social distancing, attendees will be able to reflect while walking along the designated tribute path. Attendees should park in Aurora Grafton’s Orthopedic parking lot and follow directional signage to assist in navigation. Luminaries will be lit from 7 - 10 p.m. 

Reserve your luminary here

Make a donation to support our heroes

Read a message from Spiritual Care

Contact Erin Starck at for additional information or to place a permanent tribute in Aurora Grafton's Healing Garden.

A special thank you to our tribute donors:

  • Aurora Medical Center Grafton Medical Staff 
  • Beeler Construction, Inc.
  • Digital Edge Copy and Print Centers
  • Kujawa Enterprises, Inc.

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How your gifts make a difference

Jim Lindsay

Minimally invasive robotic surgery

See how robotic surgery helped Jim get back on his feet after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Jim's story

Women's Health 

Hannah's pregnancy was high-risk, but training and simulation helped her care team save her life.

Hannah's story


Corey is living a better life because of the care he's receiving at the Dysautonomia Center. 

Corey's story
Darrell and grandkids


Darrell is fighting cancer with spirit, creativity and compassion at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton. 

Darrell's story
Continuing education


You can support the future of care and those pioneering the latest techniques. 

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Mike and Dr. Churchill


Mike (left) is back to doing what he loves after innovative shoulder surgery at Aurora. 

Mike's story

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