St. Mark’s Living Offering New Transitional Care to Austin Community
Whether it’s recovering from surgery or recuperating from a fall, the care received following a hospital stay but before heading home is an important part of the recovery process. Austin residents will soon have a new transitional care resource from a trusted member of the Austin community.
St. Mark’s Living has been serving the Austin area since 1963 through independent living, assisted living, memory care, and long-term care services. In May of 2023, St. Mark’s will be offering a new short-term rehabilitation/transitional care unit (TCU) for those needing a quiet and comfortable outpatient therapy suite.
With a new leadership team, the St. Mark’s community is excited to bring its expertise to welcome those who need transitional care.
“Our whole community is working incredibly hard to provide the best care for those we serve now, and for those we will welcome through our TCU,” said Justin Boldt, executive director of St. Mark’s Living. “With multiple team members who have been here for more than 30 years, our team is committed to providing compassionate health care and innovative services.”
As an Ecumen-managed community, St. Mark’s is part of a nonprofit organization that brings over 160 years of experience of senior living to Austin.
Ecumen is a nonprofit provider, developer and operator of award-winning living spaces and innovative services for older adults. Mission-driven since its founding in 1862, Ecumen’s legacy of service is a reflection of a commitment to honoring those it serves. Ecumen is based in Shoreview, Minn., and operates properties and services in multiple states, and provides new development, management and consulting services. Housing options include independent living, assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care communities. Its diverse in-home and community-based services include home care, hospice, physical and occupational therapy, adult day services,and an online durable goods medical store. For more information, visit www.ecumen.org.