School of Nursing
The Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing traces its beginning to the foundation of the Medical Center itself in 1925 - when it opened with a class comprised of just 13 women. Exceptional nursing care was the trademark of the school during its inception and has continued throughout its strong 90 year history.
Registered Nurse Program
Please Note: The Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing will be accepting applications for the Registered Nurse (RN) and LPN to RN Pathway Program until May 31, 2017. Classes will start August 21, 2017
Today, with its affiliation with St. Peter's College in Jersey City, NJ, the School of Nursing - Registered Nurse Program has evolved into one of the leading coeducational and highly competitive nurse diploma programs in New Jersey. The program is also accredited by the New Jersey Board of Nursing and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. An optional A.A.S. degree in health sciences is also available through a collaborative agreement.
Practical Nurse Program
Please Note: The Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing will be accepting applications for the Practical Nurse Evening Program until April 07, 2017 classes will start May 1, 2017.
And for the Practical Nurse Daytime Program until July 31, 2017. Classes will start September 5, 2017.
Since 1972, Holy Name Medical Center has also sponsored a School of Nursing - Practical Nurse Program, a 12-month practical nurse diploma program accredited by the New Jersey Board of Nursing.
Our philosophy is simple, but enduring in its scope. We believe that the goal of education within the School of Nursing is to promote the growth of our students toward their full personal and professional potential. Additionally, we fully understand that professional nursing requires the utmost dedication to fostering the integrity and worth of all individuals who require health care.
A large percentage of our graduates hold positions throughout the healthcare industry - including Holy Name Medical Center itself - and continue to make significant contributions to the nursing practice.