St. Joseph’s Health, based in Paterson, New Jersey, has named Sister Patricia Mennor, SC, as Vice President, Mission.
“I am pleased to welcome Sister Pat Mennor as Vice President, Mission across St. Joseph’s Health. She brings a broad background of expertise and experience in Mission leadership, health care management and education to her new role at St. Joseph’s where she represents the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, our organization’s founders and sponsors,” said Kevin J. Slavin, President and Chief Executive Officer at St. Joseph’s Health.
Prior to returning to our organization, Sister Pat served as the Assistant Director of the Office of Sponsorship and Mission Services for the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, Convent Station, where she was responsible for promoting the mission and charism of the Sisters of Charity in sponsored works. A licensed social worker, Sister Pat previously served as Case Manager, Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, Convent Station, with responsibilities for case management services for sisters residing on mission needing services during times of transition and illness, providing assessments, discharge planning and implementation, and offering health related education for the Congregation. She served as a Social Worker on our Paterson campus in the 1990s, providing social services, support and discharge planning, as well as crisis intervention services to our patients and their families.
Sister Pat earned a Master of Science degree in Health Care Management from the College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, and a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University School of Social Work, New Brunswick. In addition, she holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Kean College of New Jersey, Union, and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Laboratory Technology from Middlesex County College, Edison.
Sister Pat has several years of experience serving in governance and is currently the Chairperson, Director of the Bon Secours New York Board of Trustees.
December 17, 2015