Staff

The Living At Home Block Nurse Program of Granite Falls relies on a passionate and dedicated staff. Get to know the personnel here!

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Kelly

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Kim Kranitz-Savig, RN

Volunteer Coordinator

Born and raised in Granite Falls, I am lucky to call this home.  Through the years I have spent 42.5 years working as a registered nurse at the Granite Falls Municipal Hospital and Manor in Granite Falls and in Clarkfield—I LOVE being a nurse and caring for and meeting so many WONDERFUL people.  It is nice to be part of The Living At Home/Block Nurse Program!  If you think you might like to join the work we do supporting our wonderful seniors, give me a call!  I look forward to visiting with you and would be happy to welcome you to the team!   :) 

Kelly Van Klompenburg

Program Director

My name is Kelly Van Klompenburg.  My background is as an Occupational Therapist.  I started the Occupational Therapy program and the Granite Falls Hospital and Manor many moons ago (although I am still only 19 at heart!).  I was born and raised in Northern Wisconsin.  My passion is in helping people stay as independent and live safely in their own homes.  The mission of Living at Home Block Nurse Program fits right into this passion.  I am pleased to work with this wonderful staff and volunteers who serve an amazing group of clients.  My husband farms and we live on our farm, north of Granite Falls.  We have three grown children.  

Mark Roisen

Executive Director

I grew up on our family’s farm near Lac qui Parle lake, where I still live and farm part-time.  I have one son who is married and currently lives in the metro area.  I earned my college degree at the University of MN, moving back to the farm in, 1983.  I worked 15 years as the Executive Director for the Lac Qui Parle Health Network, a hospital services cooperative before joining the GF-LAH/BNP in, 2016.  It is a pleasure and a privilege to be working with staff, volunteers and the Board of Directors for the GF-LAH/BNP, providing essential services and programs for the seniors and disabled people living in Granite Falls and surrounding area.