CHICAGO — After more than a year of waiting out the market, Wisconsin’s largest health care provider, Aurora Health Care Inc., this week will complete refunding plans put on hold amid rising rates in 2010 with the sale of nearly $400 million of fixed-and floating-rate bonds.

The system, which operates 15 acute-care hospitals, will sell $237 million of fixed-rate bonds on Thursday after completing the sale of $150 million of variable-rate securities on Wednesday, said Steve Huser, vice president of treasury.

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