Aurora nurses honored with Magnet certification for 2nd time
Nurses at Aurora Health Care have twice received Magnet Designation, the highest honor for nursing care awarded by the American Nursing Credentialing Center. Aurora's hospitals in Milwaukee and Washington counties were first designated as Magnet sites in 2001.
Being named a Magnet organization for a 2nd time means that we continually offer patients the highest quality care leading to better patient outcomes, lower nurse turnover and higher patient satisfaction rates. Less than 3% of all hospitals nationwide have qualified as Magnet sites.
"This certification demonstrates Aurora's commitment to providing every patient with nursing care excellence," says Marie Golanowski, Aurora's Metro Region vice president and chief nurse executive. "It also defines the caliber of nursing staff who choose to pursue their careers at Aurora's Hospitals."
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