‘We’re going to change lives’

As director of Aurora Sports Health at Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, Adam Brill has helped plenty of people get back on their feet. And he’s thrilled to have the chance to expand services to more people in the community.

“What we’re trying to create with the Health Lives Here campaign is a destination facility that will be a one-stop shop for injury prevention, formal therapy and sports performance,” he explained.

It will also be a more modern, inviting space.

“Current patient demand and expansion of programs has made our present space quite full,” said Adam. “The new space will be an open concept that’s much larger than what we have now and will give us the ability to offer even more comprehensive services for our community.”


It will be a facility that he believes is long overdue in the area.

“The closest place for performance training right now is Milwaukee. Cost and distance are barriers, and that means many families lose the opportunity to help their athletes reach the next level.”

More space means a greater capacity for training.

“A new enhancement will be the opportunity to bring whole teams in to train at the same time. A group atmosphere is really motivating and can create stronger bonds between teammates,” Adam explained.

Aurora team members will also be able to take advantage.

“This will be a game changer for people who work at our hospital and clinic sites in terms of wellness,” said Adam. “This new space will help our own team members live out the healthy lifestyles we continually promote to our patients.”

Your help is needed

You can help expand rehabilitation and sports programs in Sheboygan County by supporting the Health Lives Here campaign.

“This is going to be really special; we’re going to change lives,” said Adam.

To learn more, visit You can also contact Sara Alger at or 262-235-9506.