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For nearly 100 years, the Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin has been providing home care with compassion, professionalism and clinical excellence. Founded in Milwaukee, the VNA now serves people of all ages throughout eastern Wisconsin.Our Mission
The VNA provides health care solutions that enable people to remain independent within their communities.
The VNA is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing care to all those who need it, regardless of ability to pay. Through the United Way and direct donations, many communities, businesses and individuals help to support our work.VNA Highlights287,000+ home care visits in 2001
31,000 patients served
252,055 meals delivered to people's homes
95,000+ flu and pneumonia vaccinations at community sites and workplaces
The VNA employs approximately 920 people, including about 200 registered nurses
Why work at Aurora Health Care?
The People of Aurora Health Care – Working together to make eastern Wisconsin a healthier place.
- Advancement & growth opportunities
- Excellent Tuition Assistance Program
- Leadership & Management training
- On site training programs for Certified Nursing Assistant, phlebotomoy, Radiologic Technology
- On-going education for clinical, computer and interpersonal skills
- Excellent Benefits !
- Variety of locations throughout the State of Wisconsin
- Competitive pay
- Ability to transfer between facilities without losing your vacation or seniority
- Flexibility in work schedules
- An organization that cares about its employees
- Ability to make a difference in peoples lives
Aurora has a vision for the future of health care. It’s a vision that recognizes the dynamic nature of our changing world . . . and the delivery of health care. It’s a vision that embraces innovation and personalized service to meet the diverse needs of patients and clients, as well as the people who serve them. It’s based on a simple idea: There is a better way to provide health care. The people of Aurora are striving to give patients, families, and communities better access, better service, and better results than they can find anywhere else.
It’s the people of Aurora who are making that vision a reality. By working together, they are setting the standard for service and quality. Aurora is committed to providing talented people working in health care with better ways to fulfill their professional careers. Aurora works with them to provide the support, tools and environment they need to achieve not only this shared vision, but their personal career goals.
Aurora invites you to realize your career potential by becoming a part of this exciting future. We offer a broad range of primary, acute, tertiary and extended care services to meet the needs of people at every stage of life. Many of our programs have earned national recognition for their innovation and responsiveness to community needs. Our network of services provides opportunities in physician offices, hospitals, pharmacies, home health and social service programs, skilled nursing facilities and ambulatory and rehabilitation centers throughout eastern Wisconsin.
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
More About Aurora Health Care
Aurora Health Care is Wisconsin's largest not-for-profit health care system and largest private employer, with more than 22,000 employees serving patients in more than 230 locations. Based in Milwaukee, and serving all of eastern Wisconsin, Aurora encompasses:
Aurora is dedicated to providing a personalized, high quality, well-coordinated and affordable continuum of care.
- 13 hospitals
- 506 physicians in Aurora Medical Group clinics and health centers and an additional 3,100 private practitioners on staff
- A comprehensive home health agency with offices in seven communities
- Several long-term care facilities
- The state’s most experienced private, non-sectarian social service agency
- 100 community pharmacies
Aurora Health Care’s Mission
Aurora Health Care is a not-for-profit health care delivery system dedicated to serving health care needs primarily in eastern Wisconsin and the surrounding region. Health care services are inherently personal in nature, and Aurora Health Care will maintain an environment sensitive to the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and economic needs of both those served and those who provide the service.
Aurora Health Care is committed above all else to the promotion of health, the prevention of illness, and the provision of state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services when needed and where most appropriately delivered, either as inpatient care, ambulatory care, extended care or home care.
Aurora Health Care is concerned with the overall welfare of the community, and recognizes that there is a limit to the individual and collective resources available. Therefore, it is committed to providing enlightened and progressive management to organizations that are structured and coordinated to deliver health services of the highest quality at fair and affordable prices.
Aurora Health Care is dedicated to the education of physicians, nurses and allied health professionals to assure that a goal of high-quality, cost effective care is maintained and that the level of health care practice remains advanced. Likewise, Aurora encourages research in clinical practice for the enhancement of quality health care.