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academic administrator

Sister Clarisse Ann Correia, American academic administrator. Joined Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Chairman elder task force, Archdiocese of Boston, since 1986, active Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome task force, since 1987, member pastoral council; Member American College Healthcare Executives, American Hospital Association (governing council aging and long term section), Archdiocese of Boston Synod, American Society Aging.

Background

Correia, Sister Clarisse Ann was born on January 18, 1943 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Manuel Lawrence and Clarisse (Mello) Correia.

Education

Registered Nurse, St. Luke's School Nursing, New Bedford, 1963. Bachelor of Science, St. Joseph's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland, 1968. Master of Science, University Rochester, 1976.

Career

Staff nurse St. Luke's Hospital, 1963-1964. Head nurse, in-service instructor, coordinator continuing education St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, 1969-1976. Administrator St. Louise House, Albany, New York, 1976-1982.

President St. John of God Hospital, Brighton, Massachusetts, 1982-1989, Laboure College, Boston, since 1989. Board directors Carney Hospital, Dorchester, Massachusetts, St. Vincent's Med.Ctr., Bridgeport, Connecticut, Good Samaritan Hospital, Brighton, Laboure College, Dorchester.

Achievements

  • Joined Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul.

Membership

Chairman elder task force, Archdiocese of Boston, since 1986, active Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome task force, since 1987, member pastoral council. Member American College Healthcare Executives, American Hospital Association (governing council aging and long term section), Archdiocese of Boston Synod, American Society Aging.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Musician, sewing, interior decorating, floral arranging, sketching.

Connections

father:
Manuel Lawrence Correia

mother:
Clarisse (Mello) Correia