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About Madonna Living Community
Madonna Living Community
Caring for Others Our rich history and mission of caring for others began in 1967. Many changes and expansions later, Madonna Living Community; Madonna Towers and Madonna Meadows of Rochester and Madonna Summit of Byron continues the mission to serve Rochester and Byron seniors, as well as others that move to the area to be near family and excellent medical care, or transitioning thru our community for extended therapy treatments after a medical discharge before returning home. We are a continuum care campus with senior living services. Delivering compassionate care that’s rooted in our Catholic values, we’re affiliated with the non-profit Benedictine Health System. We are committed to serving everyone of all denominations in a friendly environment with a true sense of community. Our System Our corporate office is located in Duluth, Minnesota. The Benedictine Health System is sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery. As one of the largest Catholic senior care organizations in the United States, we have approximately 40 senior in Minnesota, North Dakota, Missouri, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Illinois. Our Mission and Values Based on the Gospel and Chapter 36 of the Rule of St. Benedict, our Mission and Values direct our compassionate care. Hospitality, Stewardship, Respect and Justice, our Benedictine Core Values, guide us every day as we deliver senior housing and senior care. Mission Statement:
Madonna Living Community, a
member of the Benedictine Health System, is a Catholic faith-based organization
entrusted with advancing the life-enhancing senior care ministry of the
Benedictine sisters of Duluth, Minnesota. We witness to God’s love by creating
compassionate communities providing support to those we serve to live fully and
live well with special concern for the underserved and those in need.
Vision Statement: We Create Benedictine Living Communities where health, wellness, and choice come to Life. Board Members Justin Anderson, Mayo Clinic CCaTS, Operations Coordinator Chris Boldt, V.P. Benedictine Health System Rocklon Chapin, CEO Benedictine Health System Diane Eustice, retired Byron School District Sr. Lisa Maurer, Director of Mission Integration, Benedictine Sister Fr. James D. Russell, retired DOW Pastor Timothy Geisler, CHAIR; Retired Mayo Community Relations Director Christine Bakke, CEO Administrator, MLC Michael O’Brien, Mayo Administrator Bill Ryan, Dunlap & Seeger Law Firm Larry Koshire, retired Rochester Public Utilities General Manager Diane Schwinghammer, retired Superintendent of Catholic Schools System Betsy Singer, KAAL ABC 6 News Bruce Snyder, former Rochester City Councilman Tom Wente, Principal- Smith Schafer & Associates Michael Willard, retired IBM Human Resources Director Sue Klenner; Olmsted Medical Center
Expertise, Experience and Compassion We serve the spirit, mind and body. Through strong personal relationships that we develop with our residents and their families, we can offer genuine care. Our personalized plans truly meet the needs of each resident. We believe in bringing health, independence and choice to life for older adults. We offer a complete continuum of senior living services, including: