Jameson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing
Since its founding in 1895, the Jameson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in New Castle, Pa. has trained more than 2,500 nurses with a focus on improving the health and wellness of their communities. In 2016, the school became a part of the UPMC Schools of Nursing.
Jameson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing offers a two-year nursing diploma program, which prepares graduates to meet the ever-changing health care needs of individuals, families, and communities throughout all stages of life. Program graduates sit for the NCLEX-RN exam to earn a Registered Nurse (RN) licensure.
If you are interested in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), beginning in fall 2017, Westminster College will offer a pathway to a four-year BSN degree as part of a new partnership with the Jameson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. This program combines a liberal arts education with Jameson’s quality nursing education, and includes studying for taking the RN licensure exam.
For details about both the nursing diploma and RN to BSN degree, please visit the Jameson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and Westminster College websites.