Bishop Noa Home Services
Bishop Noa Home business office is prominently located near the front door of our home. The business office is open to serve you Monday through Friday 8am- 4pm. Our telephones are answered by caring and knowledgeable staff.
Sr. Rosalie Hughes, Sister of St. Paul de Chartres, coordinates Mission Development and Admissions for the Bishop Noa Home, promoting our shared identity in the Catholic Health Care Ministry and Missions of the Church. Responding to inquiries, interviewing applicants for admission and tours are offered to people of diverse faiths with quality of presence, hospitality and welcome, as well as with direction, comfort and support to individuals and families for the Bishop Noa Home Independent Apartments, Home for the Aged, and Nursing and Rehab levels of care; advocating for residents with compassion, healing and hope.
The R.N. admissions coordinator will assist families, dicharge planners, social workers, and physicians in placing potential residents into the appropriate level of care in the Bishop Noa Home. Admissions will assess and determine Medicare eligibility and verify Medicare secondary payor coverage. Please submit applications to the Bishop Noa Home.
Feel free to contact admissions at (906) 786-5810 ext. 37, Fax: (906) 789-5471 or (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any inquires or referrals.
Printable Application for Admission ( Nursing Home & Home for the Aged)
Bishop Noa Home is staffed with RNs, LPNs and Certified Nursing Assistants on a 24-hour per day basis. The nursing team is focused on meeting the individual needs of each resident while encouraging them to remain as independent as possible.
Several continuing care options are available for our resident’s changing needs.
The Senior Apartments are available to individuals whose lives can be enriched by the environment and services it has to offer.
The Home for the Aged has 24 hour nursing staff to assist with all activities of daily living. Our nursing home is Medicaid certified and features unique semi-private and private rooms offering maximum privacy.
Dietary provides attractive, nutritional meals and snacks for our residents and guests. A registered dietitian reviews special nutritional needs. Our large, elegantly decorated dining room continues to offer personal waitresses. Tray service is also available with staff to assist.
The members of our Environmental services staff ensure a clean, safe,
and orderly environment for our residents, staff and visitors. They also act as liasons between our residents, their families and our Contracted Laundry Services, ensuring linen and clothing coming into our facility are clean, labeled, serviceable and returned to a neatly maintained environment. They carry out
daily and scheduled tasks in a friendly and helpful manner.
Purchasing & IT services:
The members of Purchasing and IT staff ensure availability of the supplies, equipment and technology needed to keep the staff, resident activities and building functioning as effective and efficient as possible. With a kind and helpful attitude they are ready to assist in any way possible.
Maintenance is responsible for maintaining all physical
components of our complex. They are skilled in mechanical, plumbing and
electrical areas. This department also helps our residents make Bishop Noa Home their home with assistance hanging pictures, painting and moving furniture.
A wide variety of activities are available within and outside the facility. Our activity program offers physical, mental, social, and spiritual opportunities for residents of all levels of care. Our volunteers aid us to have an excellent 1 on 1 program for residents who may not enjoy group activities daily.
We welcome you to share your time and talents or just stop by to visit and see what is happening.
Our staff is a critical component to the care and quality of life standards experienced by our elder community. We at Bishop Noa Home Human Resources carefully select candidates for employment with attention to their ability to provide skilled, person-centered care to our resident population.
Human Resources develops and offers a great amount of training for our entire staff. Our focus is to continue to promote the education needed to care for the special needs of each resident. Detailed attention is devoted to training our staff in the areas of Cognitive Impairment, Residents' Rights, Emergency Preparedness, Communication, Confidentiality, and many others. Derpartment specific training is offered as needed or identified by Department Supervisors.
The Mission of Bishop Noa Home is an integral part of staff orientation and continuing education.
We offer highly competitive wages and benefits to our employees. Are you interested in joining the Bishop Noa Home family? Find out more about employment possibilities!
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The social service department assist in the formation of a healthy, significant and sensitive relationship between resident, family and staff. Our knowledgeable team can help alleviate the stress associated with your move. Feel free to contact admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your inquiries.
Daily religious services and ongoing pastoral care are important dimensions of care offered to the residents by the Sisters of St Paul de Chartres, priest and lay staff. Respect for each person’s privacy and dignity is apparent in the family like atmosphere that prevails throughout the home. Both Catholic Mass and Protestant Services are available to our residents. Feel free to contact the Pastoral Department: (email@example.com)
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