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​​​About St. Margaret School of Nursing

Founded in 1910,  St. Margaret School of Nursing has been preparing nurses to serve in northeastern Allegheny county for over a century.

As a community-based teaching hospital, we:

  • Teach new nurses to see the whole person — as part of a larger society — rather than as a disease process.
  • Provide care for more than 50 municipalities in areas surrounding St. Margaret's.
  • Practice evidence-based, quality care for patients throughout the community.
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Unparalleled Clinical Nursing Experience at UPMC St. Margaret

With clinical experiences at St. Margaret, as well as other quality hospitals in the Pittsburgh area, you can be sure that you're learning to care for patients from the very best.

As a Magnet® facility, the driving forces behind UPMC St. Margaret are:

  • Nurse professionalism.
  • Quality patient care.
  • Evidence-based practice.

It's an ideal environment to foster exceptional nurses from the very beginning of their career.

University Level Courses at St. Margaret School of Nursing

St. Margaret School of Nursing and Chatham University partner to offer the knowledge that will fuel your nursing career.

This partnership also opens the door for graduates to continue their education at Chatham by earning an RN-BSN degree.

» Learn more about the RN-BSN program at Chatham.

A Nursing Program Designed With You in Mind

St. Margaret's 16-month nursing course will put your nursing career on the fast track.

Our diverse clinical experiences will provide you the hands-on learning that you will need to care for patients with confidence. And, they will expose you to a wide variety of hospital and patient care environments.

» See the semester calendar at St. Margaret School of Nursing.

Contact St. Margaret School of Nursing to learn more or schedule a campus tour.​

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