Our Mission Statement
The Bishop Noa Home for Senior Citizens was established by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres to provide quality individual nursing care for its senior residents. This
care is planned and provided according to individual physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of each resident in order to provide the resident with an
opportunity to function and live at his/her maximal potential, despite advanced age or illness. The spirit and example of Jesus Christ lead and guide the ministry of the
Our Operational Philosophy
We believe in the dignity of each person as being created in the image and likeness of a loving God.
Because each person is special, justice and charity, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin,
financial status or human condition are our guiding principles.
We believe that caring for the aging and dying is an integral part of the Church’s mission and that our
care is an extension of Christ’s love and mercy as exemplified throughout the Gospel.
We believe that each person has the right to die with dignity in a Christian atmosphere of genuine
respect, support and compassion.
We believe that through the lived ideals of service, sharing and caring, we always strive to be a model of
care for the elderly and ill.
We believe that a working Christian atmosphere that exemplifies fairness to employees will stimulate an
attitude of service, growth and concern for the well-being of all.
Based on the above philosophy, the Bishop Noa Home is guided by gospel values and is dedicated to
bring the healing and loving care of Jesus to all.