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A new generation of nurses

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Healthcare is on an unsustainable course. It’s all too often impersonal, emergency-driven, and full of surprises. Nightingale College wants to change that.

Our programs give you the knowledge and skills to improve outcomes while never losing sight of client-centered care, evidence-based practice, and teamwork and collaboration.

Are you ready to help?

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69 %

Ethnically diverse student population

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94 %

Learners enrolled in 94% of the country

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80 %

Program completion rate

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Why become a nurse?

Part calling, part career path, nursing is one of the most rewarding and effective ways to help others. And with four times as many nurses in the United States as physicians, it’s not a stretch to say nurses are the backbone of the healthcare industry, with a growing need for them each year.

Nurses are poised to make the biggest difference in healthcare and the quality of life for each individual, family and community they serve.

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From Spark to Flame

Founded in 2010, we saw a shortage of qualified and compassionate nurses in the healthcare industry and set out to fill it. Since then, we have helped thousands of learners leverage their unwavering dedication, personal sacrifice, and all-encompassing empathy into rewarding careers in nursing and nursing education.

Today, we continue to elevate education, health, and employment systems through academic achievement, personal growth and professional development.

Launch a career in nursing with Nightingale College.

In a recent segment on Today in Oklahoma, Assistant Vice President of Learner Experience, Raye Mahlberg joined the show to discuss our nation’s growing nursing shortage. During the show, Raye discusses the ways that Nightingale College is working to combat this challenge head on by providing accessible nursing education through online classroom instruction, supervised clinical experiences, virtual simulations, in-home learner kits, and wrap around learner support services. 


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