All Services (A to Z):

- Adult DayAway
- Advance Directives
- Anesthesia Services
- Bariatric Services
- Birth Certificate
- BirthPlace
- Bone and Joint Center
- Bone Density Testing
- Breast Center
- Cancer Services
- Cardiovascular Services
- Center for Healthy Living
- Center for Lung Disease
- Childbirth & Parent Education
- Classes
- Clinical Research
- Colorectal Services
- Day Away
- Diabetes Center
- Dialysis Center
- Donations
- Emergency Care Center
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
- Endoscopy Services
- Foundation
- Genetic Testing
- Gift Shop
- Giving & Volunteering
- Gynecologic Oncology
- Headache Treatment Program
- Health Encyclopedia
- Hispanic Outreach Program
- HNH Fitness Center
- Home Health Care Services
- Hospice and Palliative Care
- Interventional Institute
- Korean Medical Program
- Kyphoplasty Services
- Laboratory
- Limb Salvage Program
- Liver Center
- Living Wills
- Lung Center
- Mammography
- Marketing & Public Relations
- Maternal-Fetal Medicine
- Medical Records
- Mobile Intensive Care Unit
- MS Center
- Neurophysiology/EEG Department
- Nutrition Services
- Occupational Health Services
- Occupational Therapy
- Orthopedics
- Pain Management
- Parent-Baby Groups
- Pastoral Care
- Patient Advocate
- Pay Your Bill
- Pediatric Services
- Perinatology
- PET/CT
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Physical Therapy
- Podiatry Services
- Primary Stroke Center
- Prostate Cancer
- Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine
- Radiology Services
- Radiation Oncology
- Radioembolization
- Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
- Regional Cancer Center
- Respiratory Services
- Seniors Services
- Single Incision
- Simulation Learning
- Sleep Center
- Sniffles Club
- Smoking Cessation
- Speech Therapy
- Sports Medicine
- Stroke Center
- Surgical Services
- Urology Services
- Uterine Fibroids
- Varicose Veins
- Vertebroplasty Treatment
- Villa Marie Claire Hospice
- Volunteer Services
- Women's Services
- Wound Healing Treatment




RN Program General Information

Student Services

The faculty of Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing believes that positive learning environments increase persistence and retention of students and enhance the likelihood that the student will develop habits to encourage lifelong learning, a characteristic of successful nursing professionals. The School of Nursing offers health services, academic advisement, and functional/psychological support services to facilitate intellectual and personal growth of the student.

Student Advisement

The purpose of student advisement is to assist students in setting academic goals, and to provide encouragement and support as they move through their academic journey. Through timely advisement, students are assisted as they develop, identify, and fulfill their goals to complete the nursing program in a timely and judicious manner.

All faculty are available to students for academic advisement throughout the school year. Students are urged to take advantage of faculty office hours for academic assistance. At any other time, students may seek assistance from any faculty member of their choice.

Health Services

The student health program consists of annual tuberculin testing, health counseling, flu vaccination, and the treatment of minor illness. Health promotion and wellness is a thread woven throughout student services and a website has been developed to support healthful living within our school community.

Functional/Psychological Support

Functional/psychological support services at the School of Nursing create a student-friendly atmosphere conducive to learning, to promoting student self-esteem and feelings of selfworth (important elements of persistence), and to establishing a healthy co-learning environment. These goals are supported by the faculty of the School of Nursing along with the psychologists and nursing professionals who work with our students to provide assistance as needed.

Job Placement Services

Human Resources and Nursing Administration provide information and employment resources for the nursing students. Students are given the opportunity to attend nationally sponsored job fairs, and all literature from nurse recruiters is posted in the Medical Center.

Library

The Nursing and Medical libraries at Holy Name Medical Center provide students with opportunities to achieve academic success. The libraries have a wide range of materials to support the School of Nursing curriculum. An extensive collection of journals, textbooks and electronic databases are available for students. The Nursing Library has a computer lab with wireless Internet connection to support the academic progress of students. Computer programs support every nursing course, and assist students in preparing for the NCLEX examination.
In keeping with the mandate to uphold the highest standards of patient safety and to maintain quality nursing practice, the School has adopted a drug-free environment. Therefore, as a condition of admission, each candidate will be required to submit to a drug test and if requested, to have additional tests once enrolled.

Admission to the School of Nursing is contingent upon clearance following the criminal background check and results of drug screening.

The Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing Alumni Association was created in 1928 to uphold the general welfare, prestige, and scholastic, personnel and educational interests of the School of Nursing, and to provide an organization through which alumni members may remain in contact and enhance their interaction with each other. The bylaws direct that every graduate of the RN program automatically be a member of the Alumni Association. The Board of Directors and the School of Nursing Faculty and Administration maintain an open line of communication and cooperative working relationship in all matters that enrich and enhance the educational opportunities of the student body and alumni.
Students of all denominations are encouraged to develop their spiritual lives in accordance with their own religious philosophy. Holy Name Medical Center's Pastoral Care Department is available to all students on a personal basis. Students are welcome to participate in the liturgies offered throughout the year. Mass is offered daily in the Medical Center chapel.
The School of Nursing considers participation in extracurricular activities to be an important aspect of the formation of a professional nurse. Self-direction and leadership skills are promoted through membership in the Student Organization. Social functions are planned in conjunction with the Student Organization Committee and the faculty advisers.
 






School of Nursing Open House Dates:

  • 11/12/14 (Both RN and LPN)
  • 01/28/15 (Both RN and LPN)
  • 02/04/15 (LPN to RN Only)
  • 04/08/15 (Both RN and LPN)
  Time: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  Location: 690 Teaneck Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Driving Directions

No registration needed, walk-ins welcome.