Welcome to the Lasata Senior Living Campus. Our Campus is comprised of: Lasata Care Center, a recently renovated 136-bed skilled care nursing home and rehabilitation facility; Lasata Crossings, a 60-unit Residential Care Apartment Complex assisted living facility; and Lasata Heights, a 60-unit apartment building for independent seniors over age 62.
At all Lasata facilities we offer a safe and homelike environment throughout our continuum of care campus. Our dedicated staff and diverse programming ensure that we provide services with respect and dignity while maintaining individuality for each person we assist and care for at any level throughout their stay, whether for short-term rehabilitation or long-term.
We offer a full range of services for seniors whether it is support and encouragement in our independent apartments, assistance and supervision in our assisted living facility, long- term total care or short-term rehabilitation.
Lasata Senior Living Campus is owned and operated by Ozaukee County and we are governed by the Ozaukee County Board of Supervisor's-Health and Human Services Committee. Because we are publicly owned we understand our responsibility and duty to be responsive and accountable to the general public as well as those residents, tenants and families we so proudly serve. At the Care Center we are extremely proud of our history of exceptional annual surveys by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
At Lasata Heights we have started the process of renovating and upgrading the apartments to bring them up to today's independent senior living standards. At the Crossings we just celebrated our 7th anniversary of operation for our newest campus tenants. This facility has proven to be a vital part of our campus offering service options we could not offer in the past allowing our tenants to age-in-place properly and safely.
In collaboration with civic clubs and volunteer groups we have been able to enhance our property the past few years by adding walking trails and numerous flower gardens as well as working vegetable gardens where our residents and tenants keep their thumbs green.
With our new handicapped accessible mini-bus we are be able to take our residents and tenants on a variety of outings and trips off campus so they can enjoy our community in safety and comfort.
Ralph G Luedtke
--Ralph G. Luedtke, Campus Administrator
Our Mission: The Lasata Senior Living Campus is committed to serving our residents and tenants by supporting their personal, social, spiritual and medical choices, while preserving their dignity, individuality and independence.