Sisters as nurses provide “good help to people in need” in a variety of specialties. From Medical/Surgical and Women’s Services to the O.R. and Emergency Department, Mobile Clinics, and skilled nursing units, nursing sisters are at the heart of God’s call to be a compassionate healing presence to all in their care. Sisters find God in those they care for bringing skills and gifts to the sick, the dying, and people in need.  What would it be like to be a sister and a nurse?  What would it be like to follow in the footsteps of Jesus as compassionate healer?

Staff [medical/surgical, labor and delivery, pediatrics, orthopedics, hospice, home care, skilled nursing unit, risk and case management, etc.].  Specialty [critical care, surgical, emergency and trauma, newborn nursery or PCIU, rehabilitation, infection control, psychiatry and mental health…].  Physician Office Practices [offices, clinics…].

  • Case Manager or Risk Manager or Quality Assurance Manager
  • Certified Nurse Practitioner
  • Certified Nurse Anesthetist
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Chief Nursing Officer
  • Home Care Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse or Aide
  • Hospice Registered Nurse, or Licensed Practical Nurse or Aide
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Infection Control Nurse
  • Neonatal Nurse
  • Nurse Educator
  • Nursing Supervisors and Managers
  • Physician Office Nurse
  • Staff Registered Nurse
  • Wound Care Nurse
  • And many more nursing opportunities

Nurse Practitioner and Sister: Sister Elaine Davia shares her love of nursing