St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus has a history of caring for older adults in greater Milwaukee for 138 years. St. Anne’s was founded by the Little Sisters of the Poor in 1876, and in 1992, sponsorship was transferred to the Sisters of the Divine Savior.
St. Anne’s moved to its present location on Milwaukee’s northwest side in 1967, and 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 and pond; terraces, porches, and patios; beautiful chapel; gathering room; beauty and barber shop; White Elephant Store; dietary and catering services; and much more.
As the oldest Catholic facility for the care of elderly in the Milwaukee Archdiocese, St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus incorporates gospel values into every aspect of life, from worship services to recreational activities, from meal time to social programs. Assisted living, long-term skilled nursing, short-term rehab, memory care and respite care are provided in a loving atmosphere fostered by dedicated administrators, staff and volunteers.
2014-2015 Board of Directors
Sr. Beverly Heitke, SDS
Sr. Virginia Honish, SDS
Dr. Frank Probst
Dr. Anthony Ziebert