Please Note: The Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing will be accepting applications for the Practical Nurse Daytime Program from October 1, 2012 through May 15, 2013 and the Practical Nurse Evening Program from September 5, 2012 through May 15, 2013.
Based upon its mission and in harmony with its philosophy, the School of Practical Nursing aims to achieve the following goals, preparing Graduate Practical Nurses who will:
- function as beginning practitioners under the supervision of a registered nurse within structured acute, intermediate, long term and ambulatory health care facilities.
- be accountable for personal and professional behavior and growth.
- have respect for human rights, social justice and the dignity of all individuals, sick or well.
- contribute to the health and welfare of the community.
The curriculum of Holy Name Medical Center School of Practical Nursing is developed in accordance with the philosophy and goals of the school and provides for the education of the student as a practical nurse and as a person. The program extends over the period of one year. The curriculum design is based on a synthesis of constructs, definitions and propositions from Orem's self-care theory. The nursing courses involve classroom instruction as well as clinical experiences. The clinical experiences are supervised by the faculty of the School of Practical Nursing.
The School participates in the Stafford and PLUS Loan programs, the Pell Grant, and VA Benefits.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone (201) 833-3005.
The Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing - Practical Nursing Program is Accredited by:
New Jersey Board of Nursing
124 Halsey Street
Newark, NJ 07101
"Once you go down there you get hooked" says Dr. David Butler. Dr. Butler is a 20 year volunteer of Hôpital Sacré Coeur in Haiti, doctor of Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, NJ, and President of
The Crudem Foundation.