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
- Laboratory
- 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
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Physical Therapy
- Podiatry Services
- Primary Stroke Center
- 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
- Uterine Fibroids
- Varicose Veins
- Villa Marie Claire Hospice
- Volunteer Services
- Women's Services

RN Program Curriculum

  The curriculum of Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing is developed in accordance with the philosophy and goals of the School and provides for the education of the student as a professional nurse and as a person. The curriculum design is based on a synthesis of constructs, definitions and propositions from Orem's self-care theory. The program extends over two academic years with two 16-week semesters and a six-week spring semester each year. The nursing courses include classroom instruction as well as clinical experiences. The clinical experiences are supervised by the faculty of the School of Nursing.

Curriculum Objectives
  1. Use the nursing process to give direct care to individuals and groups of patients with any type of well-defined health-deviation self-care requisite.
  2. Develop and implement a short range teaching plan forindividuals and groups of patients using the teachinglearning process.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of nursing care in meeting the therapeutic self-care requisites of patients across the lifespan.
  4. Coordinate the care of individuals and groups of patients with health deviation or self-care requisites, and meet their therapeutic self-care demands
  5. Maintain effective communication with patients, families and the healthcare team.
  6. Make legal and ethical decisions in caring for individuals and groups of patients of any age.
  7. Act as liaison for individuals and groups of patients within structured healthcare settings.
  8. Use the established organizational hierarchy to problemsolve within the structured healthcare setting.
  9. Actively participate in maintaining and remaining accountable for personal and professional conduct and growth.
  10. Abide by the code of ethics, which has been clarified and interpreted by a comprehensive self-governing organization of practitioners.