Mary Moses-Eromosele, a dedicated and experienced nursing professional, is deeply committed to providing care for individuals, whether they are ill or well. Her expertise includes certifications in midwifery, public health, and geriatric nursing.
Originally hailing from Akwa-Ibom state, Mary was born in Lagos State, where she received her early education in nursery school. In 1992, her family relocated to Benin, where she completed her primary and secondary education between 1992 and 2003.
To pursue a successful nursing career, Mary embarked on a three-year nursing course from 2005 to 2008 at the School of Nursing in Itgidi, Cross River State. Throughout her training, she held various leadership roles.
In her quest for continuous learning, Mary also earned a certificate in midwifery and later pursued a degree in nursing science at a university.
Mary commenced her clinical nursing career at Zuma Medical Center and later secured a position at Faith Mediplex after a brief tenure.
In August 2011, shortly after receiving her midwifery certification, Mary and her fellow midwifery graduates were appointed to practice at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH). She initially worked in the medical-surgical ward for approximately eight years before being redeployed to the Elders’ ward following intensive geriatrics training.
Mary is happily married and blessed with the joys of matrimony.