Tami Rakos and Jim Heymans of Ecumen Hospice approached the field at different times in life, but they agree that the profession is both demanding and extremely rewarding. And it’s all about honor.
Amber Hernandez is a people person – someone who genuinely wants to get to know everyone she works with and make them feel appreciated.
Pastor Ron Gerl of Ecumen Parmly LifePointes is a living example of everything Ecumen aspires to be.
We always know when Jana Odegaard comes into the building at Ecumen Evergreens of Fargo. “It’s Jana!” the residents exclaim.
Emily Dummer is a caring and fun-loving nurse who can connect with anyone. She works in Memory Care at Ecumen Prairie Hill, where she has a very special rapport with residents.
Service to others defines Teresa Nelson. She is always out on the floor at St. Mark’s Living, doing something to help out.
Parmly Lakeview Apartments has taken 1st place in HUD Customer Satisfaction Surveys twice – in a large part because of Todd Peterson’s service, dedication, and commitment to our residents.
Abiitan Mill City, Ecumen's luxury senior living community in Downtown Minneapolis, is now offering a respite program for those who need short-term assisted living or memory care services.
Most people want to keep living in their home as they age, but the home becomes the enemy. A Northfield couple worked with renowned architect Michael Graves to build a house specifically designed to accommodate aging.
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