The Society of Jesus is a Roman Catholic religious order of priests and brothers popularly known as "The Jesuits." It was founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1540 when Pope Paul III officially established the Jesuit Order. St. Ignatius was a Basque nobleman and soldier who found God in all things. Today the Jesuits, the largest religious order in the world, continue to serve the church through its diverse ministries.
Campion is a Jesuit Community which contains a health center. Campion Health Center is a seventy bed religious skilled nursing and rest home facility managed by Covenant Health Systems.
Our qualified staff is committed to providing residents with an individualized plan of care designed to meet each individual’s physical, social, spiritual and emotional needs. It is our Interdisciplinary Team approach to quality care that allows us to assess and create a care plan tailored to meet the individual goals of our resident.
A new resident entering Campion is welcomed into a warm and caring environment. We understand that the transition to Campion may be difficult. With compassion, professional expertise and true concern for individual needs, we are prepared to handle this dynamic in the most sensitive and dignified manner possible.