Picture Yourself In Ministry


Compassionately ministering in the healing mission of Jesus is at the heart of a sister serving in Healthcare today. There are a vast array of ministries in hospitals, clinical services, home healthcare, hospice, nursing homes and senior services, assisted living facilities and community based outreach. Imagine yourself as a sister called to serve as a Nurse, Administrator, IT Specialist, Social Worker or in numerous other ways – answering God’s call to be the healing, compassionate heart and hands of Jesus. Can you imagine using your gifts to touch the lives of others? What’s your heart say? Explore the possibilities!

Administrative Services

Imagine a sister making a difference with her technical knowledge, as a part of a team dedicated to developing, implementing and supporting the technologies that allow life-saving work to take place. Technology and media are part of God’s creation that allows his creativity, love and healing to touch the lives of his people in need. From electronic medical records to information or media systems sisters find God and know themselves as co-creators in his world.  Some examples are:

  • Accountant
  • Administrative and Executive Assistant
  • Child Care Specialist
  • Corporate Responsibility Specialist or Vice-President
  • Ethicist
  • Financial Adviser and Analyst
  • Grant Writer
  • Marketing Representative
  • Recruiter
  • Registrar
  • Strategic Planning Analyst
  • Telephone Operator
  • Trainer or Educator or Facilitator
  • Unit Clerk
  • Videographer

Clinical Services

Imagine a sister with an active and visible ministry improving the delivery of healthcare within an environment of collaboration and leading edge technology. From Radiology to Pastoral Care, sisters see daily how they are making a difference.  Using your gifts as a sister allows God to work through you to improve the lives of people – it’s a sacred gift!  Here are just some of the ways to serve through clinical services.

  • Autoclave Technician
  • Behavioral Health Counselor or Therapist
  • Bio-Engineer
  • Cardiology Technician
  • Chaplain
  • Dietician, Clinical
  • Mammography Technologist
  • Medical Lab Technician
  • Medical Records Technician and Transcriptionist
  • Medical Technologist
  • Medication Technician
  • Pharmacist, Clinical and Retail, Technicians, Assistants
  • Radiology and Ultrasound Technologist
  • Social Worker
  • Therapist: Physical, Occupational, Recreation, Speech

Information Technology

Can a sister really serve as an IT specialist?  Why not?  God has given each of us unique gifts to make our world a better place.  If God is nudging you to be a sister and your gifts are in IT, and that’s how you’d like to serve, know that you will make a difference in the lives of others.  Even Pope Francis says IT has an important role in the Church.  Imagine making a difference with your technical knowledge, as a part of a team dedicated to developing, implementing and supporting the technologies that allow life-saving work to take place.

  • Application Analyst
  • Application Coordinator
  • Application Trainer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Desktop Analyst
  • Director Information Systems
  • Document Manager
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Information Systems Architect
  • Network Administrator
  • Security Analyst
  • System Analyst
  • Systems Engineer
  • Technical Analyst


Sisters serve as leaders and partner with our colleagues in ministry to work towards a common goal of serving people and creating healthy communities at the highest level. Sisters serving in leadership is about liberating the potential of people and assuring that our mission of being God’s good help to people is at the center of all we do. Imagine your self as a sister and a Mission Director or Patient Advocate or Chief Executive Officer or one of many other possibilities.

  • Administrative Director, Operations
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Medical Officer
  • Director or V.P. of Finance / Treasury or Chief Financial Officer
  • Director or V.P. Clinical Services
  • Director or V.P/ Communications and Marketing
  • Director , Community Initiatives
  • Director or V.P. Human Resources
  • Director, Imaging
  • Director or V.P. Information systems
  • Director, Laboratory Services
  • Director of Materials Management
  • Director or V.P. Mission or Sponsorship
  • Director of Patient Advocacy
  • Director or V.P. of Philanthropy
  • Director or V.P. Strategic Planning
  • Nurse Manager, Supervisor or Chief Nursing Officer
  • Nursing Supervisor
  • Director, Nursing
  • Director, Laboratory Services
  • Director, Imaging

Listen as Sister Anne Marie Mack speaks about the leadership and mission of Bon Secours Sisters ministering in healthcare.


Imagine yourself a sister and the moments of being “good help to people in need” as a Physician or Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant or Medical Assistant. Then imagine being Gods hands on earth bringing your healing skills and love of God to those in need through the services of a competent, trustworthy team of physicians and clinicians.   What wold this mean to you as a sister? 

  • Physician
  • Dentist
  • Certified Nurse Practitioner
  • Medical Assistant
  • Physician Assistant

Experience the life of Hospice Physician, Sister Vicky Segura, M.D.


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

Senior Services

Imagine yourself a sister who provides holistic care in our skilled nursing homes, assisted living facilities, independent housing and home care in a way that celebrates the uniqueness of each individual she cares for. Building relationships with those we care for, and their families, in the place they call home is part of her calling. Can you see yourself ministering as a Nurse or Social Worker or Chaplain? See how you can use gifts and skills in answer to God’s call to serve.  Here are a few examples to explore:

  • Accounting and Finance Support staff
  • Administrative support
  • Administrator and Manager
  • Aides in dietary, recreation, housekeeping
  • Building and Grounds staff
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Chaplain
  • Department Directors
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Marketing Director
  • Residential Support Staff
  • Social Worker and Case Manager
  • Staff Registered Nurses and Supervisors
  • Therapist

Support Services

Imagine yourself as a sister who supports patient and resident care or helps create an environment that is safe and clean. Sisters meaningfully serve in ministry from Clinical Dieticians and Teachers to Materials Management and Child Care Specialists. God can use your special skills to make a difference in the life of another. Learn how your skills and gifts can be used in mission.  Here are a few examples….

  • Building and Grounds Support Staff [carpenter, electrician, painter, groundskeeper, supervisor, scheduler, construction manager, engineer…]
  • Child Care Specialist
  • Cook/Chef and Food Prep Assistant
  • Dietary Aide and Food Server
  • Environmental Service Specialist and Supervisor
  • Materials Management Purchasing Agent, Purveyor, Inventory Clerk, Technician
  • Quality Assurance Specialist and Manager