Dr. McMorrow graduated from medical school in 2010 and completed pediatric residency in 2013. Following her pediatric residency, she took a special interest in the medical care of abused and neglected children for which she did additional training. Dr. McMorrow grew up in the area and is glad to help provide a much needed service for the children in our community.
Kathleen graduated from Macomb Community College with an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree and later attended Oakland University to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. She is currently attending Oakland University’s Master of Science in Nursing: Forensic Nursing program and is a member of the International Association of Forensic Nurse (IAFN).
Kathleen is a registered nurse that has experience working in the hospital and has been practicing as a forensic nurse examiner since 2011. She is qualified to perform exams for patients of all ages and was previously employed as the Director for a SANE program as they expanded from one busy county into a neighboring rural county. Kathleen believes every victim of sexual assault deserves a quality medical forensic exam and is passionate about bringing quality forensic nursing services to our area.
Robert Nixon graduated from Madonna University with his Undergraduate Degree in Social Work. Robert then earned his Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from University of North Dakota.
Robert began working in the child welfare system in 2011 and investigated concerns of potential child abuse and neglect. Robert has been involved with the trauma initiative roll out in Roscommon County providing a perspective of how trauma can impact children, families, and the community. Robert has joined the team at the CAC to help in the healing process of children that have been affected by abuse and trauma.