The Glens Falls native and former Wilton resident also has held nursing leadership roles in critical care, cardiopulmonary services and cardiovascular services. Earlier in her career, Bishop-McWain worked in the intensive care unit of Glens Falls Hospital.
Bishop-McWain was born at Glens Falls Hospital and has extended family in the region. During her 10 years at Glens Falls Hospital, she, her husband and their son and daughter lived in Wilton. The children attended school in Saratoga Springs.
Bishop-McWain began her nursing education at Adirondack Community College, went on to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from Sacred Heart University in Connecticut, and has a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from OSF Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing. She also holds Nurse Executive Advanced Certification from the ANCC, certification in critical-care nursing from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, and Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse certification from the American Association of