Our team is comprised of experienced, licensed professionals and staff who want to serve for the care and rehabilitation of our local communities.
Jason Phillips has served as the Administrator of both Rosary Care Center and Our Lady of Grace Hall since 2013. Prior to 2013, Jason operated in different capacities as an Administrator, overseeing operations on both interim and long term assignments. In addition to oversight of healthcare facilities, Jason actively participated in teaching engagements with both the Ohio Health Care Association and the Board of Executives of Long-Term Services and Supports.
Director of Nursing
Hilary Nunnari is the Director of Nursing at Rosary Care Center and Our Lady of Grace Hall. Hilary has worked at Rosary Care Center since 2005 in multiple capacities. Since starting as a floor nurse, Hilary has served as Marketing Coordinator and Assistant Director of Nursing, before returning to school to pursue her RN degree. Hilary has served in her current role since 2014. In addition to her department oversight, Hilary also consults for various organizations.
Sister Nancy Ferguson, OSF
Director of Mission Integration
As Mission Integration Director at Rosary Care Center, Sister Nancy Ferguson, OSF, works to bring all who engage in the ministry of health care to a common commitment of reverence to the dignity of the residents they serve. Her own father resided at Rosary Care and she remembers how vital each employee was to his comfort and well-being.
Her advocacy for the marginalized dates back to her experiences at St. Anthony villa in Toledo and El Ranchito in New Mexico. As a CASA volunteer in Toledo, she works for juvenile court judges and advocates on behalf of abused and neglected area children, seeking their best interests in the court, child welfare and social service systems.
About the Sisters
The Sisters of St. Francis, Sylvania, Ohio, respond to God’s call to live the Gospel in joyful servanthood among all people through lives and ministries that reverence human dignity, embrace the poor and marginalized, and respect the gift of all creation.
Placing our individual gifts and talents in service to the needs of God’s people, we minister in ten dioceses in seven states. We are engaged in such diverse ministries as education, health care, social services, religious education and parish ministry, media, law, art, retreat ministries, and spiritual direction.