St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus
St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus, the ‘Home With A Heart’, has a 135-year history of caring for the elderly of greater Milwaukee. It was founded in 1876 by Little Sisters of the Poor, who transferred sponsorship in 1992 to Sisters of the Divine Savior (Salvatorians). In keeping with the core values of the Salvatorian Sisters, we strive to improve quality of life, promote justice, collaborate with our partners in service, and be responsible stewards of our resources.
St. Anne’s is a fully licensed long-term care facility that welcomes residents without regard to race, religion or payment source. Our location on Milwaukee’s northwest side is convenient for families in the city and close to freeway access to outlying suburbs.
St. Anne’ Salvatorian Campus is small enough to feel like home yet large enough to offer a full spectrum of services ranging from short-term rehabilitative stays, to assisted living options, to long-term skilled nursing care. This ‘continuum of care’ ensures minimal disruption and anxiety for residents as their needs change. Our comprehensive rehabilitation program includes physical, occupational and speech therapy. Specialized memory care provides 24-hour supervision in a nurturing and homelike environment.
- Alzheimer's Care
- Assisted Living
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