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Bishop Noa Home

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres

(906) 786-5810
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A Brief History

The Catholic Diocese of Marquette established the Bishop Noa Home, owned and operated by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres, in 1963. The former Bishop, Thomas Noa, invited the Sisters to the Upper Peninsula to establish a religious order of Sisters that would have their headquarters in the Upper Peninsula. Bishop Noa envisioned a health care facility that would minister to the aging priests. The Sisters began their nursing ministry in the United States by converting the former Delta Hotel on Ludington Street in downtown Escanaba into a facility encompassing a Nursing Home and Home for the Aged. The Bishop Noa Home operated on Ludington Street until 1992 when it relocated to its beautiful new facility at 2900 3rd Avenue South. Daily religious services and ongoing pastoral care are important dimensions of the program offered to the residents by the Sisters and lay staff. Residents can move through 3 levels of care should their needs change: 1) Senior Apartments, 2) Home for the Aged, and 3) Nursing Home. Respect for each person’s privacy and dignity is apparent in the family-like atmosphere that prevails throughout the facility.
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A Brief History

The Catholic Diocese of Marquette established the Bishop Noa Home, owned and operated by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres, in 1963. The former Bishop, Thomas Noa, invited the Sisters to the Upper Peninsula to establish a religious order of Sisters that would have their headquarters in the Upper Peninsula. Bishop Noa envisioned a health care facility that would minister to the aging priests. The Sisters began their nursing ministry in the United States by converting the former Delta Hotel on Ludington Street in downtown Escanaba into a facility encompassing a Nursing Home and Home for the Aged. The Bishop Noa Home operated on Ludington Street until 1992 when it relocated to its beautiful new facility at 2900 3rd Avenue South. Daily religious services and ongoing pastoral care are important dimensions of the program offered to the residents by the Sisters and lay staff. Residents can move through 3 levels of care should their needs change: 1) Senior Apartments, 2) Home for the Aged, and 3) Nursing Home. Respect for each person’s privacy and dignity is apparent in the family-like atmosphere that prevails throughout the facility.

Bishop Noa Home

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres

(906) 786-5810
Our Mission Statement Our Mission Statement Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres
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