St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus
has a history of caring for the elderly of greater Milwaukee
for more than 135 years. It was founded by
Little Sisters of the Poor in 1876, and in 1992, sponsorship was transferred
to Sisters of the Divine Savior.
St. Anne’s moved to its present location on Milwaukee’s
northwest side in 1967 and our reputation for compassionate
care with a mission-driven spirit has transcended time and
change. St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus sits on a multi-acre wooded site that is landscaped to give every resident’s
apartment or room a view of nature. The campus features
a large park with a walking path, pond and gathering
We offer a continuum of care ranging from assisted living
apartments, skilled nursing care, respite care, memory care and a full
rehabilitation program. Residents are welcome without regard
to race, religion or payment source.
"I want to thank you and your staff for providing excellent care to my mother and the other patients. I can't speak highly enough about St. Anne's. I hope your facility is here to stay for a very long, long time." - Carol