The Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority on Monday signed off on Aurora Health Care’s sale of $160 million of new-money and current refunding bonds set for this week.

Fitch Ratings earlier this month affirmed Aurora’s A rating on $1.15 billion of debt sold through WHEFA. Moody’s Investors Service affirmed its A3 rating. Aurora is the state’s largest health care system, with 12 hospitals, 2,900 beds, and 1,200 physicians that serve 95 communities throughout eastern Wisconsin.

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