Mercy Hospital School Of Practical Nursing

Overview of Mercy Hospital School Of Practical Nursing

Mercy Hospital School of Practical Nursing is in a large city, in Miami, FL. The school has a Roman Catholic religious affiliation. Mercy Hospital School of Practical Nursing is classified as a private, not-for-profit college. Students at the school earn degrees up to the Certificate.

Areas of Study

The most common major fields study at Mercy Hospital School of Practical Nursing include nursing and emergency medicine.

Mercy Hospital School of Practical Nursing Selectivity

The school does not admit all applicants.

Student Body

Mercy Hospital School of Practical Nursing, in 2007-2008, had 88 students (117 full-time equivalent). A larger than average share of the students at the school are minorities. Adults changing careers are relatively common at Mercy Hospital School of Practical Nursing.

The school reports its educational mission is:
"In witness of Jesus'healing mission, Mercy Hospital strives to improve the well being of those served through a health care delivery system designed to promote wellness and cure illness. As a ministry of the Roman Catholic Church and a member of Catholic Health East, we are committed to being a transforming, healing presence within our community.Adopting the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph in working to acheieve unity of neighbor with neighbor and neighbor with God we attest to the value of human life in all its cycles. This is done through respect for the unborn and recognition of the transcendent meaning of suffering and death by combining professional excellence with compassionate concern for the whole person.We seek to understand and respond to the needs of our community through collaboration with others that share a common mission and vision. With attention to fiscal responsibility, quality services are made available and accessible to those who need them."

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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