January 5, 2023

5 more systems adding nursing programs

Editor's Note

Five more healthcare systems are launching or expanding nursing programs, the January 4 Becker’s Hospital Review reports.

  • Penn medicine, Philadelphia, partnered with the Howley Foundation and La Salle University to launch the ASPIRE Program at the University of Pennsylvania, which allows high school juniors to begin training to become nurses.
  • MercyOne, Des Moines, Iowa, added a program to provide financial support while nursing students finish school and pays fees for their board exam and license.
  • Wyoming-based University of Michigan Health-West and Michigan-based Grand Rapids Community College partnered to offer tuition support with paid, on-the-job experience to nursing students.
  • John Carroll University, University Heights, Ohio, is starting a BSN program in the fall.
  • California-based Monterey Adult School reopened its certified nursing assistant program.

Becker’s also listed seven more programs on December 13, six on November 30, six on November 10, four in September, and 11 in July. Becker’s will continue to add to the list as they become available.


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