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School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences

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I am excited to welcome you to the website for the new School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences at Lindenwood University.  The School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences admitted our first group of students in the fall of 2013 to the RN to BSN Program.  The faculty and I had the pleasure of building the program and hope students will find it challenging and valuable to practice as well as workable with your busy lives. We are dedicated to providing our students with a high quality education that helps to improve the health outcomes of those we serve in practice. 

The Institute of Medicine report (2011) has called for nurses and other healthcare professionals to be better prepared educationally to provide high quality care in a complex health care environment. They recommend that a higher number of healthcare professionals enter the workforce with a baccalaureate degree or progress to this degree early in their careers.  It is hoped that some of you will progress to master’s and doctoral levels as well.  Our goal is to provide you with the opportunity to obtain those higher level degrees in nursing and allied health and be better able to provide quality care within the ever changing health care system.

We have an expert, dedicated faculty with many years of experience in healthcare practice and nursing education. They are active in healthcare in our local community and engaged in professional organizations to promote positive health outcomes. The faculty and I invite you to allow us to assist you in achieving your educational goals as a professional nurse or as an allied health professional.  We offer the opportunity to study and learn in a supportive environment that recognizes the unique needs of the adult learner.  Our faculty are caring and committed professionals who are concerned with the individual student’s needs and ability to learn and become leaders in their professions. Come try us and you will find there is no better choice to continue your education than Lindenwood University School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences. For further information, contact our office at (636) 627-6680.

Peggy Ellis, PhD, BC, FNP, ANP

Dr. Peggy Ellis

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