We've been taking care of people for a very long time. St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus--the oldest Catholic elderly care facility in the Milwaukee Archdiocese--is a nonprofit 501c3 organization founded 139 years ago in the name of St. Anne, the mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus Christ, by the Little Sisters of the Poor. St. Anne's moved to its present location in 1967, and sponsorship was transferred to the Sisters of the Divine Savior in 1992.
All are welcome here, regardless of faith, culture, or payment method. We are rooted in faith, and incorporate gospel values into every aspect of life, from worship services to recreational activities, from meal time to social programs. Our approach is holistic, and addresses not only the spiritual needs of our residents but also their emotional, physical, and social needs.
We offer a full spectrum of services: assisted living (residential care apartment complex), enhanced assisted living (community based residential facility), short-term rehab, long-term skilled nursing, memory care, and respite care.
The campus sits on a multi-acre wooded site and includes a large park, terraces, porches, and patios. Every resident's apartment has a view of the outdoors. Inside, residents take advantage of the beautiful chapel, Gathering Room, lounges, libraries, spas, beauty and barber shop, dietary and catering services, and much more.
We offer the services and amenities that residents and their families have come to expect, but it is the loving and compassionate atmosphere fostered by dedicated staff, administrators, and volunteers that St. Anne's is truly known for.
2014-2015 Board of Directors
Sr. Beverly Heitke, SDS
Sr. Virginia Honish, SDS
Dr. Frank Probst
Dr. Anthony Ziebert