The 11 Best Milwaukee, WI Nursing Homes

We researched the best nursing homes in Milwaukee. We looked at what kinds of services each nursing home provides, what training and credentials staff have and what current and former residents said in reviews. Not all of the nursing homes in Milwaukee have the same services or treat every condition. It is important to check with your top picks to see if the facility can provide the appropriate care for your situation.


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Mercy Health Services

Mercy Health Services provides rehabilitation services. It accepts admissions seven days a week.
  • Wound care specialists
  • Bilingual staff
Mercy Health Services
Start My Search 2727 W. Mitchell St.
Milwaukee, WI, 53215

Sunrise Health Services

Sunrise Health Services opened in 1994. It is operated by North Shore Healthcare.
  • 24/7 admissions
  • Scheduled family programs
Sunrise Health Services
Start My Search 3540 S. 43rd St.
Milwaukee, WI, 53220

St. Ann Rest Home

St. Ann Rest Home is a nonprofit, Catholic, faith-based nursing home. It is operated by the Dominican Sisters.
  • Sacraments available
  • Walk and dine program
St. Ann Rest Home
Start My Search 2020 S. Muskego Ave.
Milwaukee, WI, 53204

Crossroads Care Center of Milwaukee

Crossroads Care Center of Milwaukee provides short- and long-term care. It can accommodate complex medical needs, including hemodialysis and tube-feeding.
  • IV therapy
  • Wound care
Crossroads Care Center of Milwaukee
Start My Search 3216 W. Highland Blvd.
Milwaukee, WI, 53208

Franciscan Villa

Franciscan Villa offers a range of care options from assisted living and memory care to skilled nursing and rehab. It encourages group meal times and has homestyle food.
  • Intergenerational programming
  • Faith-based community
Franciscan Villa
Start My Search 3601 S. Chicago Ave.
South Milwaukee, WI, 53172

Milwaukee Catholic Home

Milwaukee Catholic Home provides memory care in addition to assisted living, nursing and rehabilitation services. It employs a dementia-trained staff as well.
  • Music therapy
  • Art therapy
Milwaukee Catholic Home
Start My Search 2462 N. Prospect Ave.
Milwaukee, WI, 53211

Eastcastle Place

Eastcastle Place provides a continuum of care, from assisted living and independent living to skilled nursing and rehabilitation. It has private one- and two-bedroom apartments.
  • Respite care
  • Sunroom and fireplace on each floor
Eastcastle Place
Start My Search 2505 E. Bradford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI, 53211

St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus

St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus offers assisted living and enhanced assisted living, in addition to higher levels of senior care. As a Catholic-based program, it celebrates Mass six days a week.
  • Two full-time chaplains
  • Private dining room
St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus
Start My Search 3800 N. 92nd St.
Milwaukee, WI, 53222

BRIA of Trinity Village

BRIA of Trinity Village has a continuum of care including independent and assisted living. Rehabilitation is available seven days a week.
  • Shopping trips
  • On-site banking
BRIA of Trinity Village
Start My Search 7500 W. Dean Road
Milwaukee, WI, 53223

Saint John's On The Lake

Saint John's On The Lake offers a continuum of care that includes independent and assisted living. It has a Life Plan option to ensure access to care, even when financial situations change.
  • Located downtown
  • Newly remodeled suites
Saint John's On The Lake
Start My Search 1840 N. Prospect Ave.
Milwaukee, WI, 53202

Alexian Village

Alexian Village is a large 60-acre campus located near downtown Milwaukee. Although it is faith-based, the community accepts all residents of all beliefs.
  • Nonprofit
  • On-site day spa
Alexian Village
Start My Search 9301 N. 76th St.
Milwaukee, WI, 53223

Additional Milwaukee Nursing Home Resources

Seniors can benefit from a diverse number of care options in Milwaukee. Here are five more care options for seniors in Milwaukee:

  • Milwaukee County Department on Aging: The Milwaukee County Department on Aging advocates for seniors in the area. Call 414-289-6874 to learn more about its operations.
  • Grobschmidt Senior Center: The Grobschmidt Senior Center hosts activities and events for seniors. Call 414-768-8045 for a program schedule.
  • Milwaukee Jewish Federation: The Milwaukee Jewish Federation promotes spiritual and community development. Call 414-390-5700 for information about programs and services.
  • Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse: Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse supports people with breast cancer. Call 414-297-9152 for a listing of events.
  • Vision Forward Association: Vision Forward helps people improve eye health with specialized care. Call 414-615-0100 for more information.