St. Elizabeth was established by the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady, Mother of the Church. The Sisters of Charity devote themselves to caring for the sick, poor, and aging, assisting with education, and much more. The congregation’s leaders, Monsignor John Zwijsen and Mother Marie Alma Lafond, founded the Sisters of Charity as a response to the needs of God’s people.
St. Elizabeth was officially opened on April 15, 1967. The original home is now used as a convent for the Sisters of Charity of our Lady, Mother of the Church. Sister Mary Denise was the former Director of Nursing and Administrator of the Home, and an instrumental player in getting the Home where it is today. Today, our skilled nursing community continues to offer quality healthcare of a spirit of compassion, love, and service according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The home is a skilled nursing residence small enough to truly feel like family, yet large enough to offer a wide range of services. We provide personalized care for older individuals with medical needs requiring more assistance that can be given in one's own home.
St. Elizabeth has nurses and additional caregivers on staff 24 hours a day so that we can provide exceptional and immediate care at any time. Therapy services, phlebotomy, and x-rays are just a few of our many one-site medical capabilities.
St. Elizabeth strives to create a better life for the communities we serve through hospitality, compassion and love through our devotion to Christ.
Address109 S Atwood Avenue
Janesville, WI 53545
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