Veterans and their families founded the Magnus Veterans Foundation, a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, for veterans and their families. The organization’s founders have 125 years of combined military service, most of which within our Special Operations Forces. Many of our founders were prior enlisted Soldiers before continuing training to serve our brothers and sisters in arms. The founders of Magnus include physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, human performance specialists, information technology specialists, community leaders, and wounded warrior advocates.
We understand the impact of war on our comrades, our families, and our communities. We have pledged to devote our professions and leadership to restore the warrior spirit and fully span the gap between our communities and our warriors.
Fully restore the Warrior Spirit by bridging the gap between those who serve and those whom they serve.
Heal and honor our veterans and their families through community fellowship and a comprehensive approach to restoring the mind, body, heart, and spirit.
Our Future Together
The Magnus Veterans Foundation will research, organize, and develop facilities and resources that specialize in veteran health and optimize veteran performance. Our facilities and partnerships will go well beyond traditional primary care services by focusing on the whole person (physical, spiritual, psychological, and social) to achieve individualized performance goals. We will close the gap between those who go to war and those who send them by creating unique veteran-community collaborative engagement opportunities.
Our first order of business was to establish the Magnus Veterans Wellness Campus (MVWC), the most comprehensive approach to Veteran and Veteran Family health and wellness to date. The MVWC opened its doors on June 1, 2021 and serves veterans and veteran families who are interested in optimizing their own personal health and performance. The MVWC is on the grounds of a serene and beautiful estate in Dayton, MN and includes a medical and psychological health clinic, human performance facility, mindfulness spaces, and multiple community engagement venues. Our professional staff provides our Five Pillar programming, while community volunteers fully connect the community and the people who have served our country.