Welcome to Nightingale College’s southeastern Idaho locale. The College currently provides its nursing education programs to several communities in Idaho.
- Pocatello, Idaho
- Malad City, Idaho
- Chubbuck, Idaho
- Idaho Falls, Idaho
- Preston, Idaho
- Blackfoot, Idaho
- Rexburg, Idaho
Not sure where you fit in? Contact the Admissions Department at (801) 689-2160 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reach out to the College’s local DDC faculty: Chyleen Tucker at email@example.com.
What Will Your Learning Experience Be Like?
The College’s pioneering approach to provide nursing education through online didactic instruction, local on-ground skills and simulation labs, and clinicals is constructed so that each learner’s experience is the same—no matter the location. Check out the video below to learn more.
Meet Our Partners
Our partners are instrumental in ensuring the learners’ experience and contribute greatly to helping the College achieve its mission. Nightingale College is proud to partner with the following facilities.
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Monte Vista Hills Health Care Center*
Quinn Meadows Rehabilitation & Care Center*
Gateway Transitional Care Center*
Nell J. Redfield Memorial Hospital*
*Dedicated Distance Cohorts (DDC) are full-distance delivery of prelicensure nursing education in partnership with local healthcare systems. Learners enrolled in an approved Dedicated Distance Cohort (DDC) must progress through the Program according to the original Program Plan. For each enrolled cohort, a predetermined course schedule outlining the entire Program is established at the time of the initial enrollment. The College does not guarantee the availability of courses at a specific DDC outside of the predetermined course schedule. Should circumstances arise preventing the learner from completing the Program within the original course schedule (i.e. LOA, failed courses, etc.), the learner may be required to complete the remainder of the Program Plan at another DDC or in Ogden, Utah. The College may delay a DDC semester start date if the minimum number of learners are not enrolled or the proper staffing or clinical sites have not been determined.