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Sister Anne entered the convent in 1993, took first vows in 1996, and final vows in 2005. She has a diploma in General Nursing from St. Francis College, Kampala, Uganda. Sister Anne first began her work with physically disabled children at a rehabilitation center. Later, she worked at Butula Medical Center in Bungoma, Kenya. In 2012, she took on the nursing duties for the most elderly sisters at Christ the Healer infirmary in Mukumu, Kenya.
For 16 years, Sister Mary practiced as a registered nurse in Kenya. She took her first vows as Sister in 1996. Mary previously worked in two Level 4 hospitals in Western Kenya. Most recently, she was the supervisor of Our Lady of Peace rural hospital in Chebukaka, Kenya. Mary also served as the senior nurse for the most elderly sisters at Christ the Healer infirmary (where the Sisters of Mary retire).
Sister Sabina entered the convent in 1973 and has served in many diverse roles since then. She has specialized in working with the severely disabled as well as the extremely young and the very old. Sabina was the principal of a School for the Deaf & Blind for 15 years. She also led the entire congregation of Sisters of Mary of Kakamega from 2003-2005. She has a Master’s Degree in Special Needs from Leeds University in Great Britain.
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Jean has worked as a registered nurse within the Providence Hospital system in Oregon, both in Medford and in Portland. Married to Pat McCarthy, M.D., she is the mother of five children. Jean first met the Sisters in Bend four years ago and constantly notes their “great compassion for others.”
Our Caring Nuns caregivers have passed extensive background checks and first aid/CPR certification. Our caregivers also speak perfect English. You’ll fall in love with their beautiful accents! Please contact Caring Nuns Adult Foster Care Home in Bend, Oregon to take a tour of our facility and meet our beautiful, caring nuns.