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Magnet Designation: Excellence in nursing

Earning and maintaining Magnet designation is often referred to as a journey – which is exactly what it is. The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program® distinguishes health care organizations that meet rigorous standards for nursing excellence. Magnet is the highest honor for professional nursing practice that engages, involves and benefits the entire organization and the patients it serves. Advocate Aurora currently has 10 Magnet recognized hospitals with several others on the journey to designation.

Advocate Aurora Locations

Advocate Children's Hospital

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Advocate Christ Medical Center

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Advocate Condell Medical Center

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Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital

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Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital

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Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

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Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

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Advocate Sherman Hospital

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Advocate South Suburban Hospital

 

Advocate Trinity Hospital

 

Aurora BayCare Medical Center

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Aurora Lakeland Medical Center

 

Aurora Medical Center - Bay Area

 

Aurora Medical Center - Burlington

 

Aurora Medical Center - Grafton

 

Aurora Medical Center - Kenosha

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Aurora Medical Center - Manitowoc County

 

Aurora Medical Center - Oshkosh

 

Aurora Medical Center - Summit

 

Aurora Medical Center - Washington County

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Aurora Psychiatric Hospital

 

Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center

 

Aurora Sinai Medical Center

 

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center

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Aurora St. Luke's South Shore

 

Aurora West Allis Medical Center