MISSION

We exist to demonstrate the compassion of God by providing quality care that enhances the dignity and respect of each person we serve.

WHO WE ARE

St. Luke’s campus includes St. Luke’s Home, an 88-bed long-term, skilled nursing facility and Park Avenue Villa, a 37-unit assisted living facility. St. Luke’s Home residents receive 24-hour skilled nursing care; IV therapy; wound care and post-surgical care; respite care; nutritional therapy; and peritoneal dialysis.
Park Avenue Villa promotes independent living and provides a range of daily services including meals, housekeeping services, social events, personal care and 24-hour emergency response.

 HISTORY

Conceived out of concern for older community members, a partnership of 14 southwestern North Dakota ELCA churches established St. Luke’s Home for the Aged in 1958. As needs and preferences changed, St. Luke’s grew to include a progression of care services and living options to enhance the quality of life for those we serve.

 LEADERSHIP

Board of Directors:
Cal Oraw – President
C.B. (Buck) Haas – Vice-President
Sue L. Larsen – Treasurer
Marci Murphy – Secretary
Mary Anne Marsh

Mary Nordsven
Pat Bren
Rick Thompson

Amy Graves

 

Cleo Ballweber

Amy Kreidt
CEO/Administrator

Toni Abelseth
Interim Director of Nursing Services

Aileen Paluck
Director of Social Services

Joyce Decker
Activities Director

Amy Kleinjan
Dietary Services Director

Brad Wanner
Environmental Services Director

Therapy Solutions (contracted)

Rehabilitation Services

John Cloutier
Human Resources Director

Beth Urbanec
Park Avenue Villa Director